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Deliberative protests? Persuading politicians not to close schools in Swedish municipalities

Katrin Uba
2016 Revista Internacional de Sociología  
As a result of the content analysis, it was possible to calculate an additional index of deliberative quality for every examined letter.  ...  She found empirical evidence for an argument that a movement's frames that (1) show the problem as a serious one and having broad social consequences, (2) are well articulated and include a "because" clause  ...  The coding scheme was developed and tested by the author and the assistant, although the coding of letters was carried out by the assistant only and therefore no tests for intercoder reliablity have been  ... 
doi:10.3989/ris.2016.74.4.046 fatcat:l2xrzkz7n5ed5mb7qpe5k6vhfe

Reciprocity as Deliberative Capacity: Lessons from a Citizen's Deliberation on Carbon Pricing Mechanisms in Australia

Alex Y Lo, Kim S Alexander, Wendy Proctor, Anthony Ryan
2013 Environment and Planning. C, Government and Policy  
Public deliberative forums that are conducive to reciprocal communication are able to provide a mechanism for joint problem-solving processes that are less adversarial and more responsive to the range  ...  While the forum did not eliminate disagreement in preferences in the choice of carbon pricing mechanisms, participants reached consensus on fundamental principles such as the need for trusted sources of  ...  Nick Abel's comments on an earlier draft of this paper are appreciated. The research project is funded by a CSIRO postgraduate scholarship.  ... 
doi:10.1068/c11192 fatcat:yjg7h2zb2jbz5ktslcezop3fzy

Emotional Aspects for Productive Dialogues in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning: A Systematic Literature Review

Uyara Ferreira Silva, Deller James Ferreira
2021 Journal of universal computer science (Online)  
This paper presents a systematic literature review of the literature on productive dialogues and emotional aspects in Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL) and also presents emotional aspects  ...  Empathy is seen as an alternative to conflict resolution in different contexts, in addition to collaborative learning, but it is rarely addressed in CSCL.  ...  Code schemes for analysing the quality of the dialogue There are several code schemes in the literature to analyse students' discourse.  ... 
doi:10.3897/jucs.66389 fatcat:n2u5ylx3q5fg7k2uezmx36wy3i

The Consensus Paradox: Does Deliberative Agreement Impede Rational Discourse?

Henrik Friberg-Fernros, Johan Karlsson Schaffer
2014 Political Studies  
Our paper thus serves three purposes: To elaborate the consensus paradox in deliberative democratic theory, to open up a research agenda for examining the paradox empirically, and to assess the theoretical  ...  participants cease to develop new arguments, they tend to forget existing arguments, and their fear of deviating from the social norm promotes conformism.  ...  by running through a set of critical questions for each type of scheme. 5 An argument which fails these three tests could reasonably be classified as inadequately supported by reasons.  ... 
doi:10.1111/1467-9248.12103 fatcat:ezrkgbp52rhmdonjs7xknwvpxm

Douglas Walton's Contributions in Education

Chrysi Rapanta
2022 Informal Logic  
paths for future research.  ...  His contributions in the field of educational research, in particular in the field of argumentation and education, are less known.  ...  children and the dawn of moral intuition: Values and reasons in rationality and reasonability), and PTDC/FER-FIL/28278/2017 (Project METACARE: Evidence-based metaphors for diabetes care).  ... 
doi:10.22329/il.v42i1.7222 fatcat:77qq3o67infxzmslyoujuw3lfa

Conditional Deliberation: The Case of Joint Parliamentary Committees in the EU

Saime Ozcurumez, Julinda Hoxha
2014 Journal of Common Market Studies  
This study provides new evidence on deliberative politics at the EU level.  ...  Deliberation, as a mode of interaction based on the logic of reason-giving argumentation, is a core feature of the European Union institutions.  ...  Correspondence: Saime Ozcurumez Department of Political Science and Public Administration Bilkent University Ankara 06800 Turkey email: saime@bilkent.edu.tr  ... 
doi:10.1111/jcms.12218 fatcat:lwbodw374rbxvgtbfujocchqni

ChoiceDialogues and deliberative polls: Two approaches to deliberative democracy

James S. Fishkin, Steven A. Rosell, Denise Shepherd, Terry Amsler
2004 National Civic Review  
Rosell: The ChoiceDialogue is a new research technique based on the work of Daniel Yankelovich and myself on how people make up their minds when confronted with difficult issues, moving from top-of-the-mind  ...  Conventional theories of public opinion hold that information is the key to helping the public reach thoughtful and stable public In methodological terms, both approaches recognize the limitations of polls  ...  We have done follow-up studies on some of the dialogues up to a year after the event.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ncr.71 fatcat:7e4b3ivimfbxbe52qf5myych4e

Analogical Arguments in Persuasive and Deliberative Contexts

Douglas Walton, Curtis Hyra
2018 Informal Logic  
The evidence drawn from these examples is taken to support a pragmatic approach to studying argument from analogy, meaning that identifying the logical form of the argument by building an argument diagram  ...  , features of the context of dialogue need to be taken into account.  ...  In particular, this gument differs in form between two schemes, we have a good basis for considering dialogue type as an important consideration for evaluation of an analogical argument in terms of its  ... 
doi:10.22329/il.v38i2.4805 fatcat:lep7eklnhjfdba4knj6527cmh4

Citizen Involvement in Public Policy-making: Does it Improve Democratic Legitimacy and Accountability? The Case of pTA

Gabriele ABELS
2007 Interdisciplinary Information Sciences  
I argue that these claims are based on a reductionism of what 'true' democracy is, i.e. deliberative democracy, whereas empirical research on the impacts of participatory procedures displays a more differentiated  ...  up opportunities for conflict resolution and achieving the common good, and (5) improve the level of acceptance and legitimacy of political decisions.  ...  empirical studies on pTA especially regarding its performance.  ... 
doi:10.4036/iis.2007.103 fatcat:st7zvhjw3zak5dzqt556b24zeq

Analyzing online political discussion using three models of democratic communication

Deen G. Freelon
2010 New Media & Society  
For each model, a set of definitional variables drawn from the broader online forum literature is documented and discussed.  ...  Research examining online political forums has until now been overwhelmingly guided by two broad perspectives: (1) a deliberative conception of democratic communication and (2) a diverse collection of  ...  expense of dialogue.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461444809357927 fatcat:qfpojjdhnfajpephtlo53dhx5q

A Typology of Reasoning in Deliberative Processes: A Study of the 2010 Oregon Citizens' Initiative Review

Ken Fischer, Justin Reedy, Cameron Piercy, Rashmi Thapaliya
2022 Journal of Deliberative Democracy  
We conclude by exploring the implications of this analysis for deliberation scholarship and practice, and suggesting future areas of research that could further explore reasoning and disagreement in deliberative  ...  To more closely examine these two areas, we conducted a qualitative thematic analysis of transcripts from a notable deliberative forum, the Citizens' Initiative Review (CIR), with a focus on the 2010 Oregon  ...  The comprehensive coding scheme of types of reasoning and disagreement-processes provide a useful start for understanding not only how participants reason in deliberative contexts, but of the types of  ... 
doi:10.16997/jdd.951 fatcat:o3f2akl7nfgmtdbt6cud3x4fv4

Let's Bargain! Setting Standards for Sustainable Biofuels

Philip Schleifer
2014 Social Science Research Network  
With a focus on private multi-stakeholder initiatives, it conducts an in-depth analysis of business-civil society interaction in the Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels, a scheme created to define an internationally  ...  For more information: Abstract This paper studies the contested nature of new modes of governance two decades after the "participatory paradigm" was announced at the Rio Earth Summit in 1992.  ...  Possible observable outcome The outcome of a deliberative process is an argumentative consensus.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2539529 fatcat:o7qwgvs6azc6bpdgc22uge77vi

Family Disputes: Diversity in Defining and Measuring Deliberation

Michael A. Neblo
2007 Swiss Political Science Review  
Interdisciplinary deliberative research has grown tremendously over the last decade. Theorists are attending more carefully to the findings of empirical research.  ...  I survey the main sources of theoretical diversity among normative theories of deliberation, along with the diversity of basic strategies for measuring deliberation that follow from them.  ...  Most coding schemes for deliberative quality attempt to measure relatively formal aspects of justification.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.1662-6370.2007.tb00088.x fatcat:j4mzj5sjrjarpnhvaihpfrezia

Online Newspapers' Readers' Comments - Democratic Conversation Platforms or Virtual Soapboxes?

Kim Strandberg, Janne Berg
2013 Revista Comunicação e Sociedade  
Online discussions between citizens have been subject to scholarly debate and several empirical studies for a substantial period of time.  ...  The quality of discussion is often not up to the standards of truly deliberative discussions.  ...  In finding an appropriate coding scheme for our study, we conducted a pilot test in which existing code schemes were tested on a small portion of our data.  ... 
doi:10.17231/comsoc.23(2013).1618 fatcat:o674vsy5x5cmrn6y2kdejjkxsi

Beyond institutions and the system: network approach to deliberative democracy

Marcin Zgiep, Alexandros Kioupkiolis
2019 Cogent Social Sciences  
The goal of this article is to advance a novel framework for studying deliberative democracy in real-world contexts.  ...  On the other hand, different systemic accounts of deliberative democracy tend to subject deliberation to the surrounding context.  ...  The remainder of this article is structured as follows. The first section starts with an argument for the necessity of an institutional approach to deliberative democracy.  ... 
doi:10.1080/23311886.2019.1639876 fatcat:hfxgboc7m5dg3onhz7itrucm3q
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