Deliberative democracy provides us with a stronger model of democracy itself and a tonic for the tone of contemporary political discourse. Approaching Deliberative Democracy, edited by Carnegie Mellon Professor Robert Cavalier, demonstrates how this model can be grounded in empirically-based theory and theory-based practice. It is recommended for practitioners and scholars as well as those in the general public who wish to gain a deeper understanding of this important political movement.
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Approaching Deliberative Democracy: Theory and PracticeAbout the Author:
ROBERT CAVALIER is editor of The Impact of the Internet on Our Moral Lives (SUNY, 2005) and author of Democracy for Beginners (For Beginners LLC, 2009). He is a member of Carnegie Mellon's Center for the Advancement of Applied Ethics and Political Philosophy and, with Gregory Crowley, Co-Director of the Program for Deliberative Democracy, which won a 2008 Good Government Award from the Pittsburgh League of Women Voters.
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