Michael Neblo
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Disentangling Diversity in Deliberative Democracy: Competing Theories, Their Blind Spots and Complementarities*
A Bächtiger, S Niemeyer, M Neblo, MR Steenbergen, J Steiner
Journal of Political Philosophy 18 (1), 32-63, 2010
4292010
Who wants to deliberate—and why?
MA Neblo, KM Esterling, RP Kennedy, DMJ Lazer, AE Sokhey
American Political Science Review 104 (3), 566-583, 2010
3752010
Thinking through democracy: Between the theory and practice of deliberative politics
M Neblo
Acta politica 40 (2), 169-181, 2005
1822005
The coevolution of networks and political attitudes
D Lazer, B Rubineau, C Chetkovich, N Katz, M Neblo
Political Communication 27 (3), 248-274, 2010
1772010
Patients, privacy and trust: Patients’ willingness to allow researchers to access their medical records
LJ Damschroder, JL Pritts, MA Neblo, RJ Kalarickal, JW Creswell, ...
Social science & medicine 64 (1), 223-235, 2007
1572007
Family disputes: Diversity in defining and measuring deliberation
MA Neblo
Swiss Political Science Review 13 (4), 527-557, 2007
1002007
Means, motive, and opportunity in becoming informed about politics: A deliberative field experiment with members of Congress and their constituents
KM Esterling, MA Neblo, DMJ Lazer
Public opinion quarterly 75 (3), 483-503, 2011
95*2011
Deliberative democracy between theory and practice
MA Neblo
Cambridge University Press, 2015
86*2015
Connecting democracy: Online consultation and the flow of political communication
V Price, A Chadwick, J Åström, Å Grönlund, SJ Balla, S Hwang, S Wright, ...
MIT Press, 2011
842011
Symposium: toward more realistic models of deliberative democracy disentangling diversity in deliberative democracy: competing theories, their blind spots and complementarities
A Bächtiger, S Niemeyer, M Neblo, MR Steenbergen, J Steiner
The Journal of Political Philosophy 18 (1), 32-63, 2010
582010
Politics with the people: Building a directly representative democracy
MA Neblo, KM Esterling, DMJ Lazer
Cambridge University Press, 2018
462018
Field experiment evidence of substantive, attributional, and behavioral persuasion by members of Congress in online town halls
W Minozzi, MA Neblo, KM Esterling, DMJ Lazer
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (13), 3937-3942, 2015
432015
Three-fifths a racist: A typology for analyzing public opinion about race
MA Neblo
Political Behavior 31 (1), 31-51, 2009
352009
Home (page) style: Determinates of the quality of House members' web sites
K Esterling, DMJ Lazer, MA Neblo
International Journal of Electronic Government Research (IJEGR) 1 (2), 50-63, 2005
34*2005
Online Town Hall Meetings–Exploring Democracy in the 21st Century
D Lazer, M Neblo, K Esterling, K Goldschmidt
Congressional Management Foundation, Washington, DC, 2009
332009
Change for the better? Linking the mechanisms of deliberative opinion change to normative theory
MA Neblo
[Master's Thesis: University of Chicago], 2000
33*2000
The crisis of democracy and the science of deliberation
JS Dryzek, A Bächtiger, S Chambers, J Cohen, JN Druckman, A Felicetti, ...
Science 363 (6432), 1144-1146, 2019
322019
Impassioned democracy: the role of emotion in deliberative theory
MA Neblo
Democracy Collaborative Affiliates Conference, 2003
312003
Expanding the Conversation: Multiplier Effects From a Deliberative Field Experiment
D Lazer, AE Sokhey, MA Neblo, KM Esterling
Political Communication 32 (4), 552-573, 2015
30*2015
Thinking through democracy: Deliberative politics in theory and practice.
MA Neblo
[Dissertation: University of Chicago], 2001
30*2001
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