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The Role of the Citizen in Democratic Innovations

Citizenship
Political Engagement
Demoicracy
S413
Emyr Williams
Cardiff University
Catherine Forde
University College Cork

Friday 09:00 - 10:40 (06/09/2019)

Building: (Building C) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: 2nd floor Room: Amf B

Abstract

What is and what should be citizen's role in democracy? What do citizens think of democracy and what should they think? This panel includes a range of empirical and theoretical contributions to these questions. The papers all challenge existing theories or methods, moving our understandings of citizen's role in building and sustaining democracy in new directions.

Title Details
Enclave Deliberations in the Public — Doublespeak and Dog Whistles in the Digital Age View Paper Details
Changing Inclusiveness of Local Democracy through Participatory Budgeting in a French Town: A Longitudinal and Grounded Analysis View Paper Details
Are Citizens Mere Spectators? Reflecting on the Effects of Democratic Innovations View Paper Details
Who Deliberates? Obstacles to Inclusion in a Mini-Public View Paper Details