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AR; coding deliberation, again

In the review of relevant literature, I’ve again come across two articles that try to tackle the thorny issue of measuring the qualities of deliberation. Of course the thorniness (thank you, thank you) of the issue lies in the fact … Continue reading

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AR; Political discussion in online chat?

Is political discussion possible in online chatrooms? It absolutely is, argues Jennifer Stromer-Galley in a recent article. She and Anna M. Martinson analysed chatroom conversations to see whether or not the particularities of this online form of communication hinder meaningful, … Continue reading

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