مكتبة وأرشيف د. عدلي الهواري
- غلف كتب عدلي الهواري
أرشيف عدلي الهواري موقع يهدف إلى المساهمة في التراكم المعرفي وتعزيز التفكير النقدي. يحوي الموقع وثائق وكتبا من تأليف مؤسس الموقع. يمنع منعا باتا إعادة نشر ما هو منشور في الأرشيف في مواقع أخرى.
Jordan: A Democratic AuditThis is the fourth and final major category in the democratic audit. It examines the external influences on democracy in Jordan as well as Jordan’s influence abroad in support...
Jordan: A Democratic AuditThis chapter widens the scope of the assessment by examining more of the data collected in the long questionnaire, which has ninety questions. I propose to cover two questions...
Jordan: A Democratic AuditThis part of the long questionnaire consists of six subcategories: free and fair elections (2.1); the democratic role of political parties (2.2); effective and responsive...
Jordan: A Democratic AuditThis part of the long questionnaire consists of three subcategories: the media in a democratic society (3.1); political participation (3.2); decentralization (3.3). 3.1:...
Jordan: A Democratic AuditThis part of the long questionnaire consists of two subcategories: external influences on the country’s democracy (4.1); and the country’s democratic impact abroad (4.2). 4.1:...
Jordan: A Democratic AuditUpdated Appraisal: 2011-2019 In the following pages, I shall re-ask the fifteen overarching questions, and restate the marks given by the twenty four assessors and six...
Jordan: A Democratic AuditIn this concluding chapter, I examine why democracy has failed to take root in Jordan to date. I will outline several reasons often cited to explain the failure, and...
Jordan: A Democratic AuditIn the conclusions of the original democratic audit, I offered several possible explanations as to why democracy did not take root in Jordan. Did anything happen since then to...
Jordan: A Democratic AuditAbu Azzam, S. 2016. Taqyeem Nizam al-Nazah al-Watani fi al-Urdun [A Review of the National Integrity System in Jordan]. Amman: Rashid-Transparency International. Abu Khalil,...
Controlled Democratisation: Democracy and Islam in JordanControlled Democratisation: Democracy and Islam in Jordan, 1989-2019 A Critical Reexamination of the Incompatibility Paradigm Adli Hawwari 2020 First published in the...
Controlled Democratisation: Democracy and Islam in JordanThe initial stage of change was promising. It produced an assertive House of Deputies (HoD). Thirty years later, the governments in Jordan are still formed and dismissed at...
Controlled Democratisation: Democracy and Islam in JordanAlthough there was a promising start in 1989, it did not lead to further democratization in the country. Thirty years after the ‘resumption of our democratic life’, Jordan...
Controlled Democratisation: Democracy and Islam in JordanGlossary Ᾱya = Qur’anic verse; plural: āyāt Ba‛th = Revival; renewal; renaissance Bay‛a = Endorsement; mandate; pledge of allegiance Fatwa = Reasoned opinion or judgment...
Controlled Democratisation: Democracy and Islam in JordanThis chapter outlines various democratic theories to outline the debates about the definitions of democracy and to identify the theories that inform this book. ‘A theory,’ as...
Controlled Democratisation: Democracy and Islam in JordanThis chapter focuses on the claims of incompatibility between democracy and Islam. The religious justifications of the claims made by Muslims are examined. It is of particular...
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- شرح دروس اللغة الإنجليزية: السلسلة 2
- شرح دروس اللغة الإنجليزية: السلسلة 3
- فيديوهات: تصميم الكتب
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- فيديوهات: قضايا فكرية وسياسية وعامة
- Packaging Translated Arabic Novels
- Table of Contents
- Acronyms and List of Interviews
- Assessment: 1989-2010, Citizenship, Law and Rights
- Representative and Accountable Government
- Civil Society and Popular Participation
- Democracy Beyond the State
- Detailed Assessment: 1989-2010
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