The foundations of deliberative democracy : empirical research and normative implications /
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The foundations of deliberative democracy : empirical research and normative implications /

"Deliberative democracy is now an influential approach to the study of democracy and political behaviour. Its key proposition is that, in politics, it is not only power that counts, but good discussions and arguments too. This book examines the interplay between the normative and empirical aspe...

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Main Author: Steiner, Jürg
Corporate Author: PALCI EBSCO books
Format: Online Book
Language:English
Published: Cambridge, UK : Cambridge University Press, 2012, ©2012.
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • 1. Citizen participation in deliberation
  • 2. Rationality and stories in deliberative justification
  • 3. Common good and self-interest in deliberative justification
  • 4. Respect in deliberation
  • 5. Public openness of deliberation
  • 6. Force of better argument in deliberation
  • 7. Truthfulness in deliberation
  • 8. Deliberation in the media and the Internet
  • 9. Favorable conditions for deliberation
  • 10. Favorable consequences of deliberation
  • 11. The praxis of deliberation
  • Appendix: newest version of Discourse Quality Index (DQI).