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Title The Australian Citizens' Parliament and the future of deliberative democracy / edited by Lyn Carson ... [et al.].

Published University Park, Pa. : Pennsylvania State University Press, c2013.

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 UniM Bail  323.0420994 AUS    AVAILABLE
Physical description xvi, 314 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Series Rhetoric and democratic deliberation
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: pt. I DELIBERATIVE DESIGN AND INNOVATION -- 1.Origins of the First Citizens' Parliament / Luca Belgiorno-Nettis -- 2.Putting Citizens in Charge: Comparing the Australian Citizens' Parliament and the Australia 2020 Summit / Lyn Carson -- 3.Choose Me: The Challenges of National Random Selection / Lyn Carson -- 4.Grafting an Online Parliament onto a Face-to-Face Process / Janette Hartz-Karp -- pt. II EXPLORING DELIBERATION -- 5.Listening Carefully to the Citizens' Parliament: A Narrative Account / Ron Lubensky -- 6.Deliberative Design and Storytelling in the Australian Citizens' Parliament / Ron Lubensky -- 7.What Counts as Deliberation? Comparing Participant and Observer Ratings / John Gastil -- 8.Hearing All Sides? Soliciting and Managing Different Viewpoints in Deliberation / John Gastil -- 9.Sit Down and Speak Up: Stability and Change in Group Participation / Jennifer Ervin -- pt. III THE FLOW OF BELIEFS AND IDEAS --
Contents note continued: 10.Changing Orientations Toward Australian Democracy / John S. Dryzek -- 11.Staying Focused: Tracing the Flow of Ideas from the Online Parliament to Canberra / John Wilkerson -- 12.Evidence of Peer Influence in the Citizens' Parliament / John Gastil -- pt. IV FACILITATION AND ORGANIZER EFFECTS -- 13.The Unsung Heroes of a Deliberative Process: Reflections on the Role of Facilitators at the Citizens' Parliament / Janette Hartz-Karp -- 14.Are They Doing What They Are Supposed to Do? Assessing the Facilitating Process of the Australian Citizens' Parliament / Janette Hartz-Karp -- 15.Supporting the Citizen Parliamentarians: Mobilizing Perspectives and Informing Discussion / Lyn Carson -- 16.Investigation of (and Introspection on) Organizer Bias / Lyn Carson -- pt. V IMPACTS AND REFLECTIONS -- 17.Participant Accounts of Political Transformation / John Gastil -- 18.Becoming Australian: Forging a National Identity Through Deliberation / Andrea Felicetti --
Contents note continued: 19.Mediated Meta-deliberation: Making Sense of the Australian Citizens' Parliament / Lyn Carson -- 20.How Not to Introduce Deliberative Democracy: The 2010 Citizens' Assembly on Climate Change Proposal / Lyn Carson.
Summary "A collection of essays examining the Australian Citizens' Parliament, a project in deliberative democracy held in 2009. Explores its organization, the deliberation, the flow of beliefs and ideas, facilitator and organizer effects, and its impacts from a variety of theoretical, empirical, and practice perspectives"--Provided by publisher.
Other author Carson, Lyn, 1949-
Subject Australian Citizens' Parliament (2009 : Canberra, A.C.T)
Political participation -- Australia.
Deliberative democracy -- Australia.
Australian
ISBN 9780271060125 (cloth : alk. paper)
Standard Number 40022757146