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I’ve been reading about various models of democracy lately, and started to wonder about alternatives to the threefold distinction between the ideal types of liberal individualist, republican and deliberative models. This typology seems to have gained quite a bit of … Continue reading
Measuring the deliberative qualities of online instances of discussion is good – but the framework of measurement could be expanded, so that “instead of discarding non-deliberative posts as conceptual detritus, the framework would allow them to be contextualized alongside deliberative … Continue reading
I’ve been, for some time, working on conceptualizing and operationalizing “deliberation” – after all, this is what I’ll look for in analysing the discussions on social news websites. Janssen and Kies (2005) offer a comprehensive rundown on previous attempts at … Continue reading
…so is the title of an essay by Lynn M. Sanders, originally published in 1997 in Political Theory. (No link this time.) What is this about? Well, deliberation, says Sanders, is perhaps too often regarded as some kind of panacea … Continue reading
What follows below is some reflections on Dimitra L. Milioni‘s recent article “Probing the online counterpublic sphere: the case of Indymedia Athens”, published in Media, Culture & Society. It’s long(ish). You’ve been warned.
– or in fact just an exchange of e-mails with my supervisor Tarmo Malmberg. Once again, this is as much of a reminder for myself as it is anything else. “Dear András, […] On the basis of your presentation on … Continue reading