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The Deliberative Democracy Handbook

Strategies for Effective Civic Engagement in the Twenty–First Century

The Deliberative Democracy Handbook - ISBN: 9780787976613
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Bindwijze: Boek, Gebonden (25-10-2005)
Genre: Economie en bedrijf
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The Deliberative Democracy Handbook Is A Terrific Resource For Democratic Practitioners And Theorists Alike. It Combines Rich Case Material From Many Cities And Types Of Institutional Settings With Careful Reflection On Core Principles. It Generates Hope For A Renewed Democracy, Tempered With Critical Scholarship And Political Realism.


Titel: The Deliberative Democracy Handbook
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 336
Uitgever: Wiley & Sons
Plaats van publicatie: 01
Publicatiedatum: 2005-10-25
NUR: Economie en bedrijf
Afmetingen: 245 x 187 x 27.71
Gewicht: 731 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 078797661X
ISBN/ISBN13: 9780787976613
Intern nummer: 2225104

Biografie (woord)

John Gastil is associate professor of communication at the University of Washington. He has collaborated with members of the Deliberative Democracy Consortium (DDC), the National Coalition of Dialogue and Deliberation (NCDD), AmericaSpeaks, and the Kettering Foundation′s National Issues Forums. He is the author of Democracy in Small Groups and By Popular Demand.

Peter Levine is deputy director of the Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement (CIRCLE) and a research scholar at the Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, both housed in the University of Maryland′s School of Public Affairs. He is a cofounder of the Deliberative Democracy Consortium and author of The New Progressive Era: Toward a Fair and Deliberative Democracy.


Tables and Figures.

Preface (John Gastil, Peter Levine).

About the Editors.

About the Contributors.


1. A Nation That (Sometimes) Likes to Talk: A Brief History of Public Deliberation in the United States (John Gastil, William M. Keith).

2. What Can We Learn from the Practice of Deliberative Democracy? (Mark Button, David Michael Ryfe).


3. National Issues Forums: A Network of Communities Promoting Public Deliberation (Keith Melville, Taylor L. Willingham, John R. Dedrick).

4. Electoral Deliberation and Public Journalism (Michelle Charles, Harris Sokoloff, Chris Satullo).

5. Deliberative Polling∗: From Experiment to Community Resource (James Fishkin, Cynthia Farrar).

6. Consensus Conferences and Planning Cells: Lay Citizen Deliberations (Carolyn M. Hendriks).

7. Citizens Juries: Creating a Trustworthy Voice of the People (Ned Crosby, Doug Nethercut).

8. Adapting and Combining Deliberative Designs: Juries, Polls, and Forums (Lyn Carson, Janette Hartz–Karp).


9. Bringing the Public and the Government Together Through On–Line Dialogues (Patricia A. Bonner, Robert Carlitz, Rosemary Gunn, Laurie E. Maak, Charles A. Ratliff).

10. A Town Meeting for the Twenty–First Century (Carolyn J. Lukensmeyer, Joe Goldman, Steven Brigham).

11. Collaborative Learning and the Public’s Stewardship of Its Forests (Antony S. Cheng, Janet D. Fiero).

12. Participation and Public Policies in Brazil (Vera Schattan P. Coelho, Barbara Pozzoni, Mariana Cifuentes Montoya).

13. Deliberative City Planning on the Philadelphia Waterfront (Harris Sokoloff, Harris M. Steinberg, Steven N. Pyser).


14. Study Circles: Local Deliberation as the Cornerstone of Deliberative Democracy (Patrick L. Scully, Martha L. McCoy).

15. e– Large–Scale, Ongoing Deliberation (G. Michael Weiksner).

16. Learning Democracy Centers: Where the Public Works (Carole J. Schwinn, John T. Kesler, David R. Schwinn).

17. Disagreement and Consensus: The Importance of Dynamic Updating in Public Deliberation (Christopher F. Karpowitz, Jane Mansbridge).

18. Growing Governance Deliberatively: Lessons and Inspiration from Hampton, Virginia (William R. Potapchuk, Cindy Carlson, Joan Kennedy).


19. Future Directions for Public Deliberation (Peter Levine, Archon Fung, John Gastil).

Recommended Reading.



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