Inclusion and Democracy

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Inclusion and Democracy
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Author Iris Marion Young
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Subject Political philosophy, Feminist philosophy
Genre Nonfiction
Publisher Oxford University Press
Publication date
2000
Media type Print
Pages 320
ISBN 978-0-19-829755-0
Preceded by Intersecting Voices: Dilemmas of Gender, Political Philosophy, and Policy
Followed by On Female Body Experience: 'Throwing Like a Girl' and Other Essays

Inclusion and Democracy is a 2001 book by Iris Marion Young, published by Oxford University Press.

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Young considers democracy in a multicultural society, and recommends paths to a more inclusive engagement in democratic politics. Given the ideals of inclusion and exclusion, individuals and groups are often marginalized by the processes of debate and decision. Since some forms of expression are the victims of bias. For Young, the functions of political protest appeal, as a narrative that broadens our understanding of democratic communication.

The members of pluralist forms of communication in large scale societies may then enact concepts such as the public sphere and civil society. According to her arguments global institutions could extend the scope of social and economic interactions to include class, race, and gender bias in the democratic process.

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