DEMOCRACY, COMPETITIVE MARKET ECONOMY AND SOCIAL MEDIA

David P

Abstract


Politics like economics has become more and more crudely competitive and value free. There are different schools of thought on whether crude competition in the economic realm has brought about universal human advancement but on the political front this principle of win what may have ruptured democracies teared social fabrics and polarised human generations.


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References


Articles

Hannah Arendt “Truth and Politics” 1967

Books

Nanjala Nyabola “Digital Democracy, Analogue Politics: How the Internet Era is Transforming Politics in Kenya (African Arguments)” 2018

Daniel Ziblatt and Steven Levitsky “How democracies die” 2018

C.B McPherson “The real world of democracy” 1992


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