Mark E. Warren

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Mark E. Warren

Mark E. Warren er professor i politisk teori ved University of British Columbia i Canada, og han kan blandt mange andre bedrifter tilskrives initiativet til etableringen af Participedia, sammen med Archon Fung. Warrens interesseområder omfatter deliberativt demokrati, forholdet mellem nye former for demokratisk borgerdeltagelse og repræsentation, og politisk korruption.[1][2]


Referencer
1. Mark E. Warrens profil på University of British Columbia: http://politics.ubc.ca/persons/mark-warren/
2. Mark E. Warrens profil på Participedia: http://participedia.net/people/mwarren



Bibliografi

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Artikler

When is Deliberation Democratic?

Af David RH Moscrop og Mark E. Warren, JoPD 12.2, 2016:



Bøger

Deliberative Mini-Publics: Involving Citizens in the Democratic Process

Redigeret af Kimmo Grönlund, André Bächtiger, Maija Setälä. Udgivet af ECPR Press, 2014.

Om bogen

Forfattere: Claudia Landwehr, Didier Caluwaerts, Aubin Calvert, James S. Fishkin, Marlène Gerber, Kaisa Herne, Dimokritos Kavadias, Michael Morrell, Simon John Niemeyer, Ian O'Flynn, Matt Ryan, Graham Smith, Gaurav Sood, Kim Strandberg, Mark E. Warren.

Forlaget skriver om bogen

"The first comprehensive account of the booming phenomenon of deliberative mini-publics, this book offers a systematic review of their variety, discusses their weaknesses, and recommends ways to make them a viable component of democracy. The book takes stock of the diverse practices of deliberative mini-publics and, more concretely, looks at preconditions, processes, and outcomes. It provides a critical assessment of the experience with mini-publics; in particular their lack of policy impact. Bringing together leading scholars in the field, notably James S. Fishkin and Mark E. Warren, Deliberative Mini-Publics will speak to anyone with an interest in democracy and democratic innovations."

Andre om bogen

Archon Fung: "Deliberative Mini-Publics offers a multifaceted exploration — at once normative, empirical and practical — of a growing family of institutional innovations that aim to deepen democracy by fostering citizen participation and deliberation that is fair, wise, and inclusive. This volume comes at an urgent moment when many peoples are losing faith in the central institutions that constitute representative democracy — from elections to political parties to the state itself. It offers a science and philosophy to begin to rebuild that faith by reinventing the institutions of democratic engagement."
Simone Chambers: "Mini-publics are an important and exciting innovation in our democratic repertoire. Bächtiger, Grönlund and Setälä have brought together some of the very best scholars working on this subject and produced an outstanding volume that showcases the most up-to-date thinking and the latest research ‒ both empirical and theoretical ‒ on mini-publics. A must-read book for anyone interested in deliberative democracy and citizen participation"
Albert Weale: "Those committed to a deliberative conception of democracy are notable for seeking to see how deliberative theory can be implemented through mini-publics. This strength of deliberative theoretical work can make it hard for the interested reader to follow developments, since there is a wealth of invention and innovation. This invaluable volume provides just what is needed. The contributions bring the reader up to date with developments in theory and practice, and open up new lines of theoretical and empirical enquiry, particularly in relation to the ways mini-publics fall short of requirements of political equality, the understanding of mini-publics in terms of experimental design, and the role of facilitation in deliberative events."
Brigitte Geissel: "This edition on deliberative mini-publics combines in a very innovative way conceptual and empirical research. It takes into account that the question is no longer ‘whether deliberative mini-publics work’, but examines the outcomes and impacts of different concepts, designs and processes. Consequently it is a great starting point for answering the question whether and how deliberative mini-publics can enhance the quality of democracy. It pools all important players in the field, providing a comprehensive overview of the current state of the art and is indispensable for anybody interested in developments towards more deliberative forms of democracy."


Deliberative Systems: Deliberative Democracy at Large Scale

Redigeret af John Parkinson og Jane Mansbridge, forfattere ud over redaktørene; James Bohman, Simone Chambers, Thomas Christiano, Archon Fung, Dennis F. Thompson, Mark E. Warren, Michael K. MacKenzie og Yannis Papadopoulos, Cambridge University Press, 2012:


Designing Deliberative Democracy: The British Columbia Citizens' Assembly

Redigeret af Mark E. Warren og Hilary Pearse, Cambridge University Press, 2008:

Anmeldelse af J. H. Snider, JoPD 4.1, 13.05.2008:



Audio

If you could chance one thing about democracy what would it be

Vært Nivek K. Thompson, Real Democracy Now!. 4 podcast, gæsterne giver deres bud på den vigtigste ting at ændre i demokratiet, 18.04.2017 - 07.08.2017.


Season 2: Reprensentative Democracy

Vært Nivek K. Thompson, Real Democracy Now!, 15 podcast om det repræsentative demokrati, 20.03.2017 - 17.06.2017.


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