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Alison Kadlec and Will Friedman’s article is a response to a set of critical arguments against deliberation, distilled from works of Iris Young and Lynn Sanders. Young, Sanders (and other, activist-minded critics) claim that formally and procedurally correct deliberation will … 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.