The Process of Politicization: How Much Politics Does a Society Need? now available from Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce the publication of The Process of Politicization: How Much Politics Does a Society Need?, edited by Wiesław Wacławczyk and Adam Jarosz.
The problem signalled in the title of this volume is of utmost importance today. While envisioning a completely depoliticised society requires a big leap of imagination, there can still be doubts as to the degree to which modern societies may or should be politicised in different dimensions. This book gives a range of answers to this question using selected examples from modern history and the present time, and it outlines the process of politicising the society, together with the tools and means used for that. It does not attempt an exhaustive coverage of the topic of politicisation but serves as a reference for persons interested in the discussed issues, including students of political and social sciences.
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About the Editors
Wiesław Wacławczyk is Associate Professor of Political Science at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland. He also lectures at the Lazarski University in Warsaw, Poland, where he has conducted courses validated by two British universities, namely the University of Wales and Coventry University.
Adam Jarosz is Assistant Professor at the University of Zielona Góra, Poland, as well as the Scientific Secretary of the Copernicus Graduate School, Poland. His scientific interests concentrate on local governments with a focus on cities, governance, and social participation at the local level. He also studies border regions, German history and current issues, German-Polish relations, and systemic transformation after 1989, as well as the position of the president in the Polish political system.