Second of the two special issues: empirical approaches to deliberative democracy
CONOVER, Pamela Johnston; SEARING, Donald D.; FISHKIN, James S.; LUSKIN, Robert C.; KRIESI, Hanspeter; JANSSEN, Davy; KIES, Raphaël; DELLA PORTA, Donatella; ULBERT, Cornelia; RISSE, Thomas; NANZ, Patrizia; STEFFEK, Jens; HABERMAS, Jürgen
Title: Second of the two special issues: empirical approaches to deliberative democracy
Author: CONOVER, Pamela Johnston; SEARING, Donald D.; FISHKIN, James S.; LUSKIN, Robert C.; KRIESI, Hanspeter; JANSSEN, Davy; KIES, Raphaël; DELLA PORTA, Donatella; ULBERT, Cornelia; RISSE, Thomas; NANZ, Patrizia; STEFFEK, Jens; HABERMAS, Jürgen
Citation: Acta politica, 2005, 40, 3, 269-394
Subject: Discourse; Citizenship; Deliberative democracy; Industrial democracy; Citizens; Regression analysis; Political philosophy; Civic education; Democratic theory; Equality; Idealism; Polls; Criticism; Political opinions; Direct democracy; Electoral campaigning; Political elites; Opinion formation; Social psychology; Internet; Western civilization; Information society; Empirical research; Methodology; Public sphere; Democratization; Political development; International society; Globalization; Focus groups; Bargaining; Social environment; Political theory; Case studies; Communication research; International governance; Political activity; Political science research; Nation state; Transnationalism; Self-government; Decision making
Files in this item
There are no files associated with this item.
Showing items related by title, author, creator and subject.
Title:Internet politics beyond the digital divide : a comparative perspective on political parties online across political systems Author(s):CALDERARO, AndreaDate:2014Citation:Bogdan PATRUT and Monica PATRUT (eds), Social media in politics : case studies on the political power of social media, New York, Springer International Publishing, 2014, Public Administration and Information Technology, Vol. 13, pp. 3–17Type:Contribution to bookAbstract:The Digital Divide has been considered key to understanding the relation between Internet and politics. However, today the use of the Internet is following a normalization trend and new country contextual factors must be ...
Title:Rating Politics: The political economy of increased rating scrutiny over domestic politics and policy-making in developed economies since the economic and financial crisis Author(s):BARTA, ZsofiaDate:2012Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:EUI MWP; 2012/08Abstract:Rating agencies have played a prominent role in the sovereign debt crisis currently besetting Europe. Sovereign rating downgrades contributed to the fall of the first domino, Greece, and have since continued to fuel anxiety ...