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The People's Assembly: Testing the Collaborative (e)-Democracy

Ülle Toode
2020 Online Journal of Communication and Media Technologies  
Additionally, some people were invited for a traditional off-line debate.  ...  During the project, citizens could participate in decisionmaking and make proposals for laws and policies on a dedicated web-platform.  ...  People, in Dahlgren's view, need to see themselves as empowered actors, to involve themselves in political life (Dahlgren, 2013) .  ... 
doi:10.29333/ojcmt/7836 fatcat:juenwsu27ffohmshjzba6bxauy

Page 51 of The Review of Reviews Vol. 4, Issue 19 [page]

1891 The Review of Reviews  
The tendencies of the Arena are Radical, not to say Socialist. It is an open arena for the diseussion of subjects tabooed by the Forum and the North American.  ...  The Arena is not yet two years old, but it has already established a ition for itself in the first line. Mr.  ... 

Page 499 of Political Studies Vol. 54, Issue 3 [page]

2006 Political Studies  
As the citizens’ conference discussed above demonstrated, the macro discursive context can be very influential on the workings of a micro deliberative forum.  ...  But it is plausible for an entire deliberative system to lose sight of these goals, for instance when public discourse and everyday talk consistently undermine efforts to create formal deliberative arenas  ... 

Societal problem solver or deficient discipline? The debate about social science in the online public sphere

Brigitte Huber, Irmgard Wetzstein, Ingrid Aichberger
2019 JCOM: Journal of Science Communication  
Results from a discourse analysis of 937 user comments in online forums of two Austrian daily newspapers show that the social sciences are often referred to as a "special case".  ...  This study uses the online discourse surrounding an Austrian publicly-funded study about "Islamic kindergartens" as a case study to approach communication about the social sciences in the online public  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to thank the Faculty of Social Science at the University of Vienna for funding the proofreading of the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.22323/2.18020204 fatcat:7hwbsvovijh2rozwebvznyyt6i

Divergent framing: The public debate on migration in the Dutch parliament and media, 1995–2004

Conny Roggeband, Rens Vliegenthart
2007 West European Politics  
Acknowledgements We would like to thank Dave Snow, Peter Mair and the anonymous reviewers for their valuable comments on earlier drafts of this article.  ...  Data on which this article's analyses are based are available at Rens Vliegenthart's website: http://www.rensvliegenthart.com.  ...  The second hypothesis predicted more diversity in the media framing compared with the political arena, because, as a civic forum, it provides space for other actors with diverging views on the issue.  ... 
doi:10.1080/01402380701276352 fatcat:u456hcl4unaexdgmqcwep67mnq

PUP volume 9 issue 4 Cover and Back matter

1989 Journal of Public Policy  
- ognized as one of the major forums in Australia for social and cultural comment.  ...  Foreign Policy Arena 179 NEHEMIA FRIEDLAND: Fighting Political Terrorism by Refusing Published in conjunction with the Overseas Development Institute, Development Policy Review provides a forum for the  ...  Submission of an article or other item implies that it has not been published or accepted for publication elsewhere.  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0143814x00008229 fatcat:rucvu3l7zzeg7du63wfuok4n5y

Hybridism as a national policy style: paths and dilemmas of the majoritarian and consensus approaches in Brazil

Eduardo José Grin, Fernando Luiz Abrucio
2021 Revista Brasileira de Ciência Política  
Abstract: This study reviews the literature on politics and public policies in Brazil arguing that the dominant national policy style may be characterized as hybrid, since it combines majoritarian and  ...  Congress, albeit also marked by broad negotiation with this branch and greater federative cooperation led by the Union, alongside with subnational entities, and the implementation of social participation arenas  ...  Health and Social Assistance are areas where this model operates in line with this institutional framework, and therefore will serve as our basis for discussion.  ... 
doi:10.1590/0103-3352.2021.35.234516 fatcat:wys3m7v6mjgdfonc2uqtq5ersq

Between neo-corporatists and deliberationists: an interpretation on the paradigms for analysis of participatory forums in Brazil

Soraya Vargas Cortes, Alfredo Gugliano
2010 Sociologias  
Based on the analysis of these characteristics, the authors discuss on the capability of two paradigms, neo-corporatism and deliberation, to provide a consistent model for the analysis of dissimilar participatory  ...  This paper introduces a debate on the main paradigms that usually base the studies concerning proposals for expanding the channels for citizen participation in public policies administration - analyses  ...  The foundation for the debate on the deliberationist approach is Habermas' work and his defense of the public sphere as an arena of discussions and negotiation involving the State and the civil society  ... 
doaj:cc6807f318d84f81a636e946ba7db4d1 fatcat:ywe4p2di6vb73or4dcdo7syj5i

Weber's Dilemma and a Dualist Model of Deliberative and Associational Democracy

Stephen Elstub
2008 Contemporary Political Theory  
However, there has been a lack of precise and detailed discussion about how such a system could link macro deliberations in public spheres with micro and formal decision-making arenas.  ...  One of the most popular methods for institutionalising deliberative democracy, that has been suggested, is citizen associations in civil society.  ...  A new role for government and political parties New roles for secondary associations and quangos in organizing and forming legislation inevitably mean changes for current legislative arenas.  ... 
doi:10.1057/palgrave.cpt.2007.21 fatcat:jaowo2qdqrcsvffdl6mospau3q

Page 636 of Political Studies Vol. 38, Issue 4 [page]

1990 Political Studies  
Public and police interests have an identical concern in seeing policing issues discussed in an authoritative forum.  ...  as an alternative interpreter of the ‘public interest’.  ... 

Exponential Growth and New Agendas – a Comprehensive Review of the Arctic Conference Sphere

Beate Steinveg
2021 Arctic Review on Law and Politics  
The Arctic region has attracted the interest of Arctic and non-Arctic states, as well as non-state actors, for decades.  ...  As such, this article builds the argument for conferences as a central element within the Arctic governance architecture, creating linkages among units in the regime complex.  ...  The emphasis on facilitating interdisciplinary forums is more noticeable, as are the stated purposes of involving and interacting with industry, engaging the political realm, and having an impact on political  ... 
doi:10.23865/arctic.v12.3049 fatcat:niy6l7lbdbdppeb4jijzqraq2q

PUP volume 10 issue 1 Cover and Back matter

1990 Journal of Public Policy  
arena Arena, published since 1963 , is recognized as one of the major forums in Australia for social and cultural comment.  ...  What claim Australia has to have developed independent social and political theory rests on Arena's achievements" Tunes on Sunday arena publishes lively, well-researched articles by thoughtful writers  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0143814x00004645 fatcat:vyyqnzqbsvhbjdyul6fhqeyf2y

Page 381 of Current Opinion Vol. 16, Issue 4 [page]

1894 Current Opinion  
Political Discussion Anarchist Utopia: G. Boglietta........... Chautauquan. Astrological Forecast of Administrat’n of Cleveland. Arena. A Review of Chicago Strike of ’94: Walter B. Harte. Arena.  ...  Arena. Natural History Sketches An Ethical Basis for Humanity to Animals........ Arena. Barberries: Uses and Origins: F. Le R. Sargent. P. S. Mo. ‘Bee Hunting: Emeline Cooper................. Outing.  ... 

Deliberation and global civil society: agency, arena, affect

JAMES BRASSETT, WILLIAM SMITH
2010 Review of International Studies  
It critiques a common view that global civil society can/should act as an agent for democratising global governance and seeks to explore the importance of global civil society as an arena of deliberation  ...  Ultimately, this then yields an image of the deliberative politics of global civil society that is more reflective of the differences, ambiguities and contests that pervade its discourses about global  ...  Neither is it sufficient, as Bohman sometimes appears to suggest, for civil society groups to establish accessible forums, on-line or otherwise, where such discussion and debate could take place. 46  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0260210510000082 fatcat:znxigc3gznbnvf2ck4r6ji2sde

Mapping the social geographies of autism – online and off-line narratives of neuro-shared and separate spaces

Hanna Bertilsdotter Rosqvist, Charlotte Brownlow, Lindsay O'Dell
2013 Disability & Society  
Key issues discussed in the paper include a focus on autistic political platforms and the carving out of both social and political spaces for people with autism.  ...  that has spanned both on-and off-line spaces.  ...  However at times there was a tension between different uses of the spaces as an arena to develop an empowered political voice and as a place to interact with friends.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09687599.2012.714257 fatcat:kd5qibninnajhirtkjtd5rvgxu
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