By Michael Saward
Nice reevaluation of the basic idea of "political representation". actually, very shrewdly, Saward takes the semiotical idea of "representation" and develops insights for its political counterpart. The ebook deals strong operationalizations for various varieties of representations and permits great methodological advancements with discourse research instruments (something Saward does not appear to had in brain - his pursuits have been fairly approximately political theory). i suppose the ebook is a primary one for political thought, however. (Brief evaluate of the uploader)
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The Representative Claim by Michael Saward