DEMOCRACY BEYOND ELECTIONS: GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE MEDIA AGE

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Milka Dimitrovska

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The high quality of the book is ensured by the author’s holistic analytical argumentation and sound methodological approach, considering the abundant database of cases of the accusation of incumbents, careful selection of representative countries, and broad systematically gathered literature under which these cases are subsumed. A few general and several specific theories applied to the analyzed cases and the respective acquired primary data conclude the impression of the book. Summarily, the novelty and added value of the scientific approach lies in the particular sample of countries with certain democratic types, the book’s specific juxtaposition of accountability, democracy and media, the vast database that has been analyzed as well as some newly-coined terms and systematization of notions due the generalization and synthetic method, thus comprehensively encircling a highly beneficial piece of political science work.

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Dimitrovska, M. (2020). DEMOCRACY BEYOND ELECTIONS: GOVERNMENT ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE MEDIA AGE. Journal of Liberty and International Affairs, 6(1), 152-153. Retrieved from http://www.e-jlia.com/index.php/jlia/article/view/181
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Milka Dimitrovska, Institute of Sociological, Political and Juridical Research, “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” University in Skopje, North Macedonia

Milka Dimitrovska is born in Skopje, in 1985 where she graduated at the Faculty of Law Iustinian I, 'University St. Cyril and Methodius' - Skopje, concentrated on legal studies, with the fourth-year specificity of political science and constitutional law majors. Then, she obtained her LLM degree at the Faculty of Law, 'University of Belgrade', on the TEMPUS course of European Integration, defending the thesis "European Union's Motives, Capacities and Obstacles Concerning Western Balkans Integration Process". Dimitrovska is a PhD Candidate of International law and politics at the Faculty of Law, 'University St. Clement of Ohrid' - Bitola, Republic of North Macedonia where she was a Research and Teaching Assistant for several years, teaching the subjects: EU Legal and Political System, Political System, Constitutional Law and Local Government. Currently, she is a Research Assistant for the areas EU Law and Human rights at the Institute for Sociological, Political and Juridical Research, 'University St. Cyril and Methodius' - Skopje, Republic of North Macedonia. This scholar has a 12-year research career in the field of human rights, democracy, good governance and EU policies and has participated in every stage of research projects - from their conceptual phase to their realization, including developing methodology, field work, empirical activities, reports, analytical work etc. She is constantly engaged in the civil processes by working for NGOs and frequently participates in public and expert debate events, as well as professional conferences and forums.

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