Deliberative experiments are ad-hoc settings designed to create proper contexts for citizen deliberation. They are typically composed of randomly selected citizens with the task of reflecting upon a problem and develop propositions usually addressed at decision-makers and/or the public at large. Whereas deliberative experiments have long been understood as the main way to promote deliberative democracy, there is growing recognition of the many ways in which social movements affect the prospect of deliberative democracy. These include the interaction between social movements and deliberative experiments whose synergies and tensions are now starting to receive due attention.

Deliberative experiments and social movements

Andrea Felicetti
2022

Abstract

Deliberative experiments are ad-hoc settings designed to create proper contexts for citizen deliberation. They are typically composed of randomly selected citizens with the task of reflecting upon a problem and develop propositions usually addressed at decision-makers and/or the public at large. Whereas deliberative experiments have long been understood as the main way to promote deliberative democracy, there is growing recognition of the many ways in which social movements affect the prospect of deliberative democracy. These include the interaction between social movements and deliberative experiments whose synergies and tensions are now starting to receive due attention.
Settore SPS/04 - Scienza Politica
Settore SPS/07 - Sociologia Generale
The Wiley‐Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements
deliberation; deliberative democracy; democracy; democratic innovations; mini-publics
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