Civil society and violence: A critique of John Keane

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 2000 Number 16

Civil society and violence: A critique of John Keane
Robert Fine, pages -

Abstract

Robert Fine takes issue with ‘neat’ ideas of civil society. In particular he criticises John Keane’s work for avoiding any conceptualisation of the intrinsic relationships that exist between civil society and voilence.

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