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Sydney 2011 Research Proposals

Each article under this category describes a research proposal presented to the Deliberative Democracy Workshop for consideration in February 2011 at Sydney. Each will be subject to comment, deliberation and prioritisation.
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1 An online deliberative process that delivers legitimacy Allison Wier, Lars Kl├╝ver, Rudy Lewanski 4471
2 Australia Board of Technology Princess Mary / Clover Moore / newdemocracy 4066
3 Bringing deliberation into existing policy forums i.e. citizens advisory committees & expert panels Carolyn Hendricks (res), Chad Foulkes (prac), Kath Fisher (both) 5723
4 Combining stakeholder and citizen processes for impact David Kahane, Pip Collin, Michael Cuthill, Phil Harbutt, Max Hardy, Jade Herriman 4226
5 Comparative analysis of hybrid (online + F2F) deliberation Ron Lubensky, Matt Leighninger 4005
6 Deliberating in School Dallas Rogers / Dare Kavanagh 4099
7 Deliberation at its best - learning from different cultural contexts Karen Cronin 3516
8 Disaster response and deliberation - building climate change resilience Mara Bun, Maryella Hatfield, Nicole Hunter 5023
9 Embedding D&D practices in organizations, government and the community Kimbra White 3916
10 How do young people (under 25) respond to current ideas for a post-partisan politics L. Carson / L. Belgiorno-Nettis 5248
11 In what ways could deliberative democracy help elected representatives do their job better? alannah MacTiernan / Jennifer Lees-Marshment 4031
12 Understanding the Pathways towards Collaborative Governance Janette Hartz-Karp / Jan Elliot 4051
13 West Australia was the most 'deliberative' jurisdiction on the planet? Simon Wright 3217
14 What is the legacy of a deliberative process? Chad Foulkes + partner org. 3397

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