Publications (2012-2016)

2016

Journal Articles

  • Dryzek, J.S. (2016), The Forum, the System, and the Polity: Three Varieties of Democratic Theory, Political Theory. [Read Here]
  • Dryzek, J. (2016), "Symposium commentary: Reflections on the theory of deliberative systems", Critical Policy Studies, 10, 2, pp. 209-215

  • Curato, N., Dryzek, J., Ercan, S.A., Hendriks, C.M. and Niemeyer, S. (2016), Twelve key findings in deliberative democracy research, Daedalus. [Read Here]
  • Curato, N. (2016), "Politics of anxiety, politics of hope: Penal populism and duterte’s rise to power", Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs, 35, 3, pp. 91-109.

  • Kuyper, J., & Dryzek, J.S. (2016), Real not Nominal Global Democracy: A Response to Keohane, International Journal of Constitutional Law, 14(4), 930-7. [Read Here]
  • Ercan, S.A, and Dzur, A.W. (2016), Interview: Participatory democracy in unlikely places: What democratic theorists can learn from democratic professionals, Democratic Theory, 3(2), 94-113. [Read Here]
  • Crosbie, T. and Sass, J. (2016) Scandal as Governance? Eradicating Sexual Abuse in the U.S. Military. Politics, 37(2), 117-133.
  • Elstub, S., Ercan, S. A., and Mendonca, R. (2016). Special Symposium Issue: Deliberative Systems: Prospects and Problems. Critical Policy Studies. 
  • Ercan, S., Hendriks, C., & Boswell, J. (2016), "Studying public deliberation after the systemic turn: The crucial role for interpretive research", Policy and Politics, 45, 2, pp. 195-212.

  • Curato, N. (2016) We haven’t even buried the dead yet. Ethics of Discursive Contestation in a Crisis Situation. Current Sociology. [Read Here]
  • Tanasoca, A. (2016). Investor citizenship: neomedieval not just neoliberal?. European Journal of Sociology. Archives Européennes de Sociologie, 57(1), 169-195. [Read Here]
  • Tanasoca, A. (2016), "Citizenship for sale: neomedieval, not just neoliberal?", European Journal of Sociology, Cambridge University Press, 57, 1, pp. 169-195. 

  • Dryzek, J.S. (2016). Reflections on the Theory of Deliberative Systems, Critical Policy Studies,10(2), 209-215.
  • Elstub, S., Ercan, S.A. and Mendonca, R. (2016), The fourth generation of deliberative democracy, Critical Policy Studies, 10(2), 139-151. [Read Here]
  • Boswell, J., Ercan, S. A., and Hendriks, C. (2016). Message received? Examining transmission in deliberative systems. Critical Policy Studies, 1-28. [Read Here]
  • Dryzek, J.S. (2016) Can there be a Human Right to an Essentially Contested Concept? The Case of Democracy, Journal of Politics 78(2), 357-67
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2016) Institutions for the Anthropocene: Governance in a Changing Earth System. British Journal of Political Science 46(4), 937-56
  • Felicetti, A., Niemeyer, S. and Curato, N. (2016), “Improving Deliberative Participation: Connecting Mini-Publics to Deliberative Systems,” European Political Science Review, 8, 3, pp. 427-448

  • Hendriks, C.M, Duus, S. and Ercan, S.A. (2016) Performing Politics on Social Media: the Dramaturgy of an Environmental Controversy in Facebook. Environmental Politics, 25, 6, pp. 1102-1125. (accepted for publication on 3 May 2016)
  • Curato, N. and Boeker, M. (2016) Linking Mini-Publics to the Deliberative System: A Research Agenda. Policy Sciences, 49(2), 173-190
  • Ercan, S. A. (2016). From polarisation to pluralisation. A deliberative democratic approach to illiberal cultures, International Political Science Review (Online version). [Read Here]
  • Schirmer, J. and Dare, L., and Ercan, S. A. (2016). Deliberative democracy and the Tasmanian Forest Peace Process. Australian Journal of Political Science, 1-20. [Read Here]

Book Chapters

  • Dryzek, J.S. (2016) Deliberative Policy Analysis, in Gerry Stoker and Mark Evans, eds., Evidence-Based Policy Making in the Social Sciences: Methods that Matter. Bristol: Policy Press, pp. 229-241.
  • Parry, L.J. (2016) Deliberative democracy and animals: not-so-strange bedfellows in Garner, R. & O’Sullivan, S. (2016) Eds. The Political Turn in Animal Ethics, London: Rowman & Littlefield International, pp. 137-154. [Read Here]
  • Ercan, S. A. and Marsh, D. (2016). Qualitative methods in Political Science. In Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Political Science, Edgar Elgar Publishing, pp. 309-322. [Read Here]
  • Curato, N., Ong, J., and Longboan, L. (2016) Protest as Interruption of the Disaster Imaginary Overcoming Voice-Denying Rationalities in Post-Haiyan Philippines in Rovisco M. and Ong, J. (eds) Taking the Square: Mediated Dissent and Occupations of Public Space. London: Rowman and Littlefield International, pp. 77-96. 
  • Pickering, J. (2016) Moral Language in Climate Politics. In: Roser, D. & Heyward, C. (eds.) Climate Justice in a Non-Ideal World. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 255-276. [Read Here]
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2016). Global Environmental Governance. The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory, eds. Teena Gabrielson, Cheryl Hall, John M. Meyer, and David Schlosberg, 533-544. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Nishiyama, K. (2016). Questions about School & Society: Who/What Can Judge between Right/Wrong? (and other 8 essays). In Yohsuke Tsuchiya. ed. Kokoro no Nazotoki Vol.1-3 (Eng: Quest for the Sense of Wonder). Tokyo: Seibido: 26-29. [written in Japanese]
  • Niemeyer, S. J., & Jennstal, J. (2016), "The Deliberative Democratic Inclusion of Future Generations: Institutions for Future Generations". In Gosseries, A. and González Ricoy, I. (Eds.), Institutions for Future Generations [15], Oxford: Oxford University Press.

  • Dryzek, J. S. (2016), 'Networks and democratic ideals: Equality, freedom, and communication'. In Sorensen, E. and Torfing, J. eds, Theories of Democratic Network Governance, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 262-273.

Conference Presentations

  • Alver, J. (2016) Innovation and Design Ideas to Capture Community Voice and Vision, ACT Council of Social Services (ACTCOSS) Conference on ‘Citizen Voice, Community Vision’ 4-5 August 2016, Canberra (invited speaker).  

2015

Journal Articles

  • Pickering, J., Skovgaard, J., Kim, S., Roberts, J.T., Rossati, D., Stadelmann, M. and Reich, H. (2015), “Acting on Climate Finance Pledges: Inter-Agency Dynamics and Relationships with Aid in Contributor States”, World Development, 68, 1, pp. 149-162

  • Pickering, J, F Jotzo and PJ Wood (2015), Sharing the global climate finance effort fairly with limited coordination. Global Environmental Politics, 15(4), 39-62. [Read Here]
  • Ercan, S. A., Hendriks, C. and Boswell, J. (2015). Studying public deliberation after the systemic turn: The crucial role for interpretive research, Policy and Politics (Online version). [Read Here]
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2015). Democratic Agents of Justice, Journal of Political Philosophy 23(4) (2015), 361-84.
  • Nishiyama, K. (2015). Philosophy Which Expands to Others: On Private and Public Aspect of “Philosophizing”. The Annuals of Graduate School of Education at Rikkyo University, 13, 41-59.
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2015). Deliberative Engagement: the Forum in the System. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 5(4), 750-4.
  • Curato, N. (2015). Deliberative Democratization: A Framework for Systemic Analysis. Policy Studies 36(3), 298-313 (with Ian O'Flynn).
  • Ercan, S. A. and Dryzek, J. (2015).  The Special Issue: The Sites of Deliberative Democracy, Policy Studies 36, 3. [Read Here]
  • Ercan, S. A. (2015). Creating and Sustaining Evidence for "Failed Multiculturalism": The Case of ‘Honour Killing’ in Germany, American Behavioral Scientist, 59(6), 658-678. [Read Here]
  • Ercan, S. A. and Mendonca, R. (2015). Protest and Deliberation: Strange Bedfellows? Revealing the Deliberative Potential of 2013 Protests in Turkey and Brazil. Policy Studies. [Read Here]
  • Felicetti, A., Niemeyer, S. and Curato, N. (2015) Improving Deliberative Participation: Connecting Mini-Publics to Deliberative Systems. European Political Science Review, 8, 3, pp. 427-448
  • Curato, N. (2015). Deliberative Capacity as Indicator of Democratic Quality: The Case of the Philippines. International Political Science Review, 36(1), 99-116.
  • Curato, N. (2015). Inclusion as Deliberative Agency: The Selective Representation of Poor Women in Debates and Documentaries about Reproductive Health. Television and New Media, 16(6):576-594 (with Corpus Ong, J.).
  • Ercan, S. A. and Dryzek, J. S. (2015). The reach of deliberative democracy. Policy Studies 36(3), 241-48. [Read Here]
  • Ercan, S. A.  and Dryzek, J. (2015). Conclusion: The reach of deliberative democracy. Policy Studies 36(3), 359-61. [Read Here]
  • Ercan, S. A. (2015). Creating and Sustaining Evidence for "Failed Multiculturalism": The Case of ‘Honour Killing in Germany. American Behavioural Scientist. 
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2015). Reason and Rhetoric in Climate Communication. Environmental Politics, 24, 1-16. (with and Lo, A. Y.).
  • Curato, N. (2015). Disasters can lift veils: Five Issues for Sociological Disaster Studies. Philippine Sociological Review 63(S1),1-26.

Books

  • Pickering, J. (2015). Making Development Co-operation Fit for Future: A Survey of Partner Countries. Paris: OECD Publishing. (with Davies, R.).

Books Chapters

  • Pickering, J. (2015). Top-down Proposals for Sharing the Global Climate Policy Effort Fairly: Lost in Translation in a Bottom-up World?  In Breakey, H., Popovski, V. and Maguireeds, R., eds, Ethical Values and the Integrity of the Climate Change Regime, Aldershot, Ashgate, pp. 89-104.
  • Mendonca, R. and Ercan, S. A. (2015). Deliberation and Protest: Revealing the deliberative potential of protest movements in Turkey and Brazil.  In Fischer, F. et al (eds.), Handbook of Critical Policy Studies, Edward Elgar Publishing. 
  • Mendonca, R. and Ercan, S. A. (2015), Chapter 11: Deliberation and protest: revealing the deliberative potential of protest movements in Turkey and Brazil. In Fischer. F., Torgerson, D., Durnova, A. and Orsini, M. eds, Handbook of Critical Policy Studies, UK, Edawrd Elgar, pp. 205-221
  • Ercan, S. A. (2015). Democratizing identity politics: A Deliberative Approach to the Politics of Recognition In: Gozdecka D. and Kmak, M. (eds.) Europe at the Edge of Pluralism, Benelux: Intersentia, pp.11-26.
  • Gozdecka, D. and Ercan, S. A. (2015). What is Post-multiculturalism? In: Gozdecka D. and M. Kmak (eds.) Europe at the Edge of Pluralism, Benelux: Intersentia, pp. 27-41. 
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2015). Global Environmental Governance, 533-44 in Teena Gabrielson, Cheryl Hall, John M. Meyer, and David Schlosberg, eds., The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 

Conference Papers

  • Curato, N. (2015). Voice of Care and Voice of Justice: Public Deliberation in a State of Exception, Paper presentation at Democracy: A Citizens’ Perspective at the Abo Akademi, 26-27 May.
  • Curato, N. (2015). Final Report: Humanitarian Technologies Project, End of grant presentation at Goldsmiths-University of London, 24 June.
  • Curato, N. (2015). Building Back Better: Participatory Governance in a Post-Haiyan World. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, 3-6 September.
  • Curato, N. (2015). Deliberative Democratic Assessment: What contributes to deliberative democratisation?.Australian Political Studies Association (APSA) Annual Conference, Canberra, 27-30 September (with Niemeyer, S.).
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2015). Deliberative World, plenary lecture. Political Studies Association (UK). 30 March.
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2015). Do People Get the Government They Deserve? The 2015 Don Aitkin Lecture. 22 September.
  • Ercan, S. A. (2015). Beyond Expression: Realising Public Deliberation in an Era of Communicative Plenty. Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, San Francisco, 3-6 September (with Hendriks, C. and Dryzek J.).
  • Ercan, S. A. (2015). Performing Environmental Politics Online: The Dramaturgy of a Coal Seam Gas Controversy. Australian Political Studies Association (APSA) Annual Conference, Canberra, 27-30 September (with Hendriks, C. and Duus, S.).
  • Nishiyama, K. (2015). Children in the Deliberative System presented at The Annual Conference of the Australian Political Studies Association, University of Canberra, 27-30 September.
  • Pickering, J. (2015). How should aid agencies evolve? Perspectives from developing countries. Australasian Aid Conference, ANU (with Davies, R.).
  • Pickering, J. (2015). Moral language in climate politics and Contesting the framing of the Warsaw International Mechanism for Loss and Damage. International Studies Association (ISA) Convention, New Orleans.
  • Pickering, J. (2015). Socialism masquerading as environmentalism? The contested politics of international climate change finance in Australia. Australian Political Studies Association conference, University of Canberra. (with Mitchell, P.).
  • Tanasoca, A. (2015). Sharing the benefits, as well as the costs, of climate change. ECPR General Conference, Montreal, University of Montreal, 26–29 August.

Contribution

  • Tanasoca, A. (2015). Distributing some, but not all, rights of citizenship according to ius sanguinis, in C. Dumbrava and R. Bauböck (eds), Bloodlines and Belonging. Time to Abandon Jus Sanguinis? RSCAS 2015/80 (San Domenico di Fiesole: European University Institute), pp. 39-42.

2014

Books

  • Dryzek, J. S. (2014). Democratizing Global Climate Governance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (with Stevenson, H.).

Journal Articles

  • Tanasoca, A. (2014). Double Voting. Australasian Journal of Philosophy, 92(4), 743-758. (with Goodin, R. E.).
  • Tanasoca, A. (2014). Double Taxation, Multiple Citizenship, and Global Inequality. Moral Philosophy and Politics, 1(1), 147-169.
  • Curato, N. (2014). Participation without deliberation: The crisis of Venezuelan democracy. Journal of Democratic Theory, 1(2), 113-121
  • Sass, J. and Dryzek, J. S. (2014). Deliberative Cultures. Political Theory 42, 3-25.
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2014). Muslims and the Mainstream in Australia: Polarization or Engagement?. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 40, 1236-53. (with and Kanra, B.).
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2014). Australian Muslims’ Orientations to Secular Society: Empirical Exploration of Theoretical Classifications, Journal of Sociology 50, 182-98. (with Kanra, B.)
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2014). The Continuing Search for Deliberation and Participation in China. Journal of Chinese Political Science 19, 109-114. (with Tang, B.).
  • Nishiyama, K. (2014). Some Models of Deliberation in Deliberative System: Public Reason, Difference Communications, and Democratic Iterations. The Annuals of Graduate School of Education at Rikkyo University, 10, 29-41.
  • Pickering, J. (2014). Acting on climate finance pledges: Inter-agency dynamics and relationships with aid in contributor states. World Development, 68, 149-162. (with J Skovgaard, S Kim, J Timmons Roberts, D Rossati, M Stadelmann and H Reich)
  • Ercan, S. A.  and Gagnon, J-P. (2014). Special Symposium Issue: Crisis of Democracy: Which Crisis? Which Democracy?. Democratic Theory, 1, (2), 1-10. 
  • Gozdecka, D.,Ercan, S. A. and Kmak, M. (2014). From Multiculturalism to Post-multicuturalism: Trends and Paradoxes. Journal of Sociology (50), 51-64. [Read Here]
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2014). Introduction: The Continuing Search for Deliberation and Participation in China. Journal of Chinese Political Science: 1-6. 
  • Niemeyer, S. J. (2014). A Defence of (Deliberative) Democracy in the Anthropocene. Ethical Perspectives 21(1), 15–45.
  • Ercan, S.A. (2014). Deliberative Democracy. In Phillips, D., ed., Encyclopedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy, Los Angeles, SAGE, 214-218
  • Ercan, S.A. (2014). Same Problem, Different Solutions: The Case of ‘Honour Killing’ in Germany and Britain. In Gill, A., Roberts, K. and Strange, C. (eds.) ‘Honour’ Killing and Violence. Theory, Policy and Practice. London, Palgrave Macmillan,199-217. [Read Here]

Book Chapters

  • Niemeyer, S.J. (2014), “Scaling up Deliberation to Mass Publics: Harnessing Minipublics in a Deliberative System”. In Grönlund, K., Bächtiger, A. and Setälä, M., eds, Deliberative Mini-Publics: Practices, Promises, Pitfalls, Essex, ECPR Press, pp. 177–201

  • Pickering, J. and Rübbelke, D. (2014), “International Cooperation on Adaptation to Climate Change”. In Markandya, A., Galarraga, I. and Sainz de Murieta, E., eds, Routledge Handbook of the Economics of Climate Change Adaptation, Abingdon, Routledge, pp. 56-75
  • Ercan, S. A. (2014). Same Problem, Different Solutions: The Case of ‘Honour Killing’ in Germany and Britain, in: A. Gill, C. Strange and K. Roberts (eds.) ‘Honour’ Killing and Violence: Theory, Policy and Practice, London: Palgrave Macmillan: 199-217.
  • Ercan, S. A. (2014). Deliberative democracy in: Encyclopedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy, Denis Phillips (ed.) Los Angeles: Sage, 214-217.
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2014). Deliberative Democracy and Environmental Governance, 285-96 in Morgan C.T. Huang and Richard R.-C. Hwang, eds, Green Thoughts and Environmental Politics. Taipei: L&B Asiaworld, 2014.
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2014). Twists of Democratic Governance, 101-116 in Jean-Paul Gagnon, Democratic Theorists in Conversation: Turns in Contemporary Thought. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014 (interview).
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2014). Global Deliberative Democracy, 76-79 in Jean-Frédéric Morin and Amandine Orsini, eds., Essential Concepts of Global Environmental Governance. Abingdon: Earthscan/Routledge, 2014.

Conference Papers

  • Sanchez, E. (2014). Bangsamoro, Ancestral Domain, and the Politics of Scale. Student paper presented at the Workshop-Masterclass on Constructing and Confronting the ‘Environmental Crisis’ in the 21st Century, Melbourne University, Parkville, VIC Australia.
  • Ercan, S. A. (2014). Counterpublics as ‘Interconnectors’ of a Deliberative System to be presented at ECPR General Conference, Glasgow, 3-6 September.
  • Ercan, S. A. (2014). Deliberation and Protest- Still Strange Bedfellows? Revealing the Deliberative Potential of Recent Protests in Brazil and Turkey (with Mendonca, R.), to be presented at the American Political Science Association Conference, Washington, DC, 28-31 August.
  • Ercan, S. A. (2014). Communicating Community: The Enactment of Political Solidarity online during the 2013 Turkish Protests (with Jensen, M.). Public Policy Network Conference, University of Canberra, 30-31 January.
  • Felicetti, A. (2014). Radicals without Rebellion?. Paper delivered at ‘64th Annual International Conference Political Studies Association’, Manchester (UK), 14-16 April.
  • Felicetti, A., Niemeyer, S. J. and Curato, N. (2014). Enhancing Deliberative Participation. Paper delivered at ‘ECPR Joint Workshops Session’, Salamanca (Spain), 10-14 April.
  • Sanchez, E. (2014). The peace process in Muslim Mindanao: contested relational histories, identities, and nationalism. Presented at the International Philippine Studies Conference on Exchange and Change: The Philippines and Filipinos in the World, Australian National University, Canberra, ACT Australia.
  • Sanchez, E. (2014). Power, Small Wars, and a Smaller Minority. Presented at the Institute of Australian Geographers and the New Zealand Geographical Society Joint Conference, Melbourne University, Parkville, VIC Australia.

Encyclopedia Entries

  • Ercan, S. A. (2014). Deliberative Democracy in: Denis Phillips (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy, Los Angles: Sage (in press).

2013

Books

  • Dryzek, J. S. (2013). Climate-Challenged Society. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (with Norgaard, R. B., and Schlosberg, D.)

Book Chapter

  • Dryzek, J. S. (2013). Democratizing the Global Climate Regime, 232-47 in Chris Methmann, Delf Rothe, and Benjamin Stephan, eds., Interpretive Approaches to Global Climate Governance: (De) Constructing the Greenhouse. London: Routledge (with Stevenson, H.)
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2013). Changing Orientations to Australian Democracy, 132-45 in Lyn Carson, John Gastil, Janette Hartz-Karp, and Ron Lubensky, Eds., The Australian Citizens’ Parliament and the Future of Deliberative Democracy. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press. (with Niemeyer, S. and Batalha, L.)

Journal Articles

  • Boswell, J., Niemeyer, S.J. and Hendricks, C.M. (2013) ‘Julia Gillard's Citizens' Assembly Proposal for Australia: A Deliberative Democratic Analysis’, Australian Journal of Political Science 48 (2), 164–178.

  • Curato, N. (2013). Classical Reading of Classical Sociological Theory.  Philippine Sociological Review 61(S1), 265-288.
  • Curato, N. (2013) ‘Deliberative capacity as indicator of democratic quality: The case of the Philippines’, International Political Science Review. [Online first]

  • Dryzek, J.S. and Kanra, B. (2013) ‘Australian Muslims’ Orientations to Secular Society: Empirical Exploration of Theoretical Classifications’, Journal of Sociology.

  • Duus, S. (2013). Coal contestations: Learning from a long, broad view. Rural Society, 22(2), 96-110.

  • Nishiyama, K. (2013). What is the ‘Pushing for Depth’ in the Dialogue of ‘Philosophy for Children’?.  The Annuals of Graduate School of Education at Rikkyo University, 9, 19-33.
  • Dyzek, J. S. (2013). The Deliberative Democrat’s Idea of Justice. European Journal of Political Theory 12, 329-46.
  • Ercan, S. A. and Hendriks, C. M. (2013). The Democratic Challenges and Potential of Localism. Insights from Deliberative Democracy. Policy Studies 34(4), 422-40. [Read Here]
  • Curato, N., Niemeyer, S. and Dyzek, J. S. (2013). Appreciative and Contestatory Inquiry in Deliberative Forums: Can Group Hugs be Dangerous?. Critical Policy Studies 7, 1-17.
  • Niemeyer, S. J. (2013). On the Use of Imagery for Climate Change Engagement. Global Environmental Change 23(2), 413–421. (with O'Neil, S., Boykoff, M. T., and Day, S. A.).
  • Niemeyer, S. J., L. Batalha and Dryzek, J.S. (2013) ‘Changing dispositions to Australian democracy in the course of the Citizens’ Parliament’, in: The Australian Citizens' Parliament and the Future of Deliberative Democracy. L. Carson and J. Gastil. University Park, Penn., Pennsylvania State University Press.

  • Niemeyer, S. J., Ercan, S. A. and HartzKarp, J. (2013). Understanding Deliberative Citizens: The Application of Q Methodology to Deliberation on Policy Issues. Operant Subjectivity, 36(2), 114-34. [Read Here]
  • Niemeyer, S. J. (2013). Democracy and Climate Change: What Can Deliberative Democracy Contribute?. Australian Journal of Politics and History 59(3), 430-449.
  • Niemeyer, S. J. (2013). What Do Climate Sceptics Believe? Discourses of Scepticism and their Response to Deliberation. Public Understanding of Science 22(4), 396-412 (with Hobson, K. P.).
  • Curato, N. and Niemeyer, S. J. (2013). Reaching out to Overcome Political Apathy: Building Participatory Capacity through Deliberative Engagement. Politics & Policy 41(3),  355–383.
  • Niemeyer, S. J. (2013). Julia Gillard's Citizens' Assembly Proposal for Australia: A Deliberative Democratic Analysis. Australian Journal of Political Science 48(2),  164–178 (with Boswell, J., and Hendricks, C. M.).
  • Felicetti, A. (2013). Localism and the Transition Movement. Policy Studies, 34(5-6), 559–574.
  • Gozdecka, D, Ercan, S.A. and Kmak, M. (2013) ‘From multiculturalism to post-multiculturalism Hobson, K. P. and S. J. Niemeyer (2013) ‘What do climate sceptics believe? Discourses of scepticism and their response to deliberation’, Public Understanding of Science, 22 (4), 396-412.

Book Chapters

  • Felicetti, A. (2013). Speaking Together: Giving Voice to Collective Identities. In The Australian Citizens’ Parliament and the Future of Deliberative Democracy, edited by L. Carson, Gastil, J., Hartz-Karp, J., & Lubensky, R. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press. (with Gastil, J., Hartz-Karp, J. and Carson, L.).
  • Felicetti, A. (2013). Becoming Australian: Forging a National Identity.  In The Australian Citizens’ Parliament and the Future of Deliberative Democracy, edited by L. Carson, Gastil, J., Hartz-Karp, J., & Lubensky, R. University Park, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press (with Hartz-Karp, J., Anderson, P., Gastil, J.).

Conference Papers

  • Felicetti, A. (2013). Community Groups from a Deliberative Democratic Perspective. A Comparative Analysis of Two Italian Transitions. Paper delivered at ‘ECPR General Conference’, Bordeaux (France), 4 – 7 September.
  • Niemeyer, S. J. (2013). Provisional Report - Analysis of the Citizens’ Initiative Review. Working Paper. The Australian National University, Canberra. (with Felicetti, A. and Di Ruggero, O.).
  • Schirmer, J., Dare, L., and Ercan, S. A. (2013). The Tasmanian Forest Agreement: A Critique from a Deliberative Democracy. Lens Australian Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Perth, 30 September- 2 October.
  • Ercan, S. A. (2013). A Deliberative Systems Approach to Conflicts of Culture. American Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, 29 August- 1 September.
  • Ercan, S. A. (2013). Understanding Deliberative Systems in Practice: The Crucial Role for Interpretive Research. American Political Science Association Conference, Chicago, 29 August- 1 September (with C. Hendriks and J. Boswell).
  • Ercan, S. A. (2013). Old Wine in a New Bottle? A Critical Assessment of Post-multiculturalist Tendencies ‘Migration and Multiculturalism: Policy Lessons from Europe and Australia. Australian National University, Canberra, 8 March.

Translations

  • Peter Harteloh. (2013). Philosophical Walks. Annual Report of the Department of Education. (Translated by Nishiyama, K. and Watanabe, A.). Vol.57. pp107-14.

2012

Book Chapter

  • Dryzek, J. S. (2012). Fostering Deliberation in the Forum and Beyond. 31-57 in Frank Fischer and Herbert Gottweis, eds., The Argumentative Turn Revisited: Public Policy as Communicative Practice. Durham, NC: Duke University Press (with Hendriks, C. M.).

Journal Articles

  • Dryzek, J. S. (2012). Global Civil Society: The Progress of Post-Westphalian Politics. Annual Review of Political Science 15, 101-19.
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2012). The Legitimacy of Multilateral Climate Governance: A Deliberative Democratic Approach. Critical Policy Studies 6, 1-18.
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2012). The Discursive Democratization of Global Climate Governance. Environmental Politics 21, 189-210 (with Stevenson, H.).
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2012). Vers un système délibératif mondial? Entretien avec John Dryzek (Charles Girard, Julien Talpin, and Sezin Topçu). Participations 2, 167-80.
  • Pickering, J. (2012). On the concept of climate debt: Its moral and political value. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy, vol. 15(5), 667-685. (with Barry, C.).
  • Pickering, J. (2012). If equity’s in, we're out: Scope for fairness in the next global climate agreement. Ethics and International Affairs, 26(4), 423-443 (with Vanderheiden, S. and Miller, S.).
  • Kanra, B., and Ercan, S. A. (2012). Negotiating Difference in a Muslim society: A Longitudinal Study of Islamic and Secular Discourses in the Turkish Public Sphere. Digest of Middle East Studies, 21(1), 69-88. [Read Here]
  • Felicetti, A. (2012). Collective Identity and Voice at the Australian Citizens' Parliament. Journal of Public Deliberation 8(1), 5. (Gastil, J., Hartz-Karp, J. and Carson, L.).
  • Curato, N. (2012). A Sequential Analysis of Democratic Deliberation. Acta Politica, 47(4), 423-442.
  • Curato, N. (2012). Respondents as Interlocutors: Translating Deliberative Democratic Principles to Qualitative Interviewing Ethics. Qualitative Inquiry, 18(7), 7 571- 582.

Conference Papers

  • Felicetti, A. (2012). Deliberative Capacity in Context, paper delivered at ‘Deliberative Democracy in Action: Theory, Practice, and Evidence’ Conference, the Social Science Research Institute at Åbo Accademi, Turku (Finland). 5 – 7 June. 
  • Ercan, S. A. (2012). From Polarisation to Pluralisation: A Deliberative Democratic Approach to ‘Illiberal’ Cultural Practices. IPSA World Congress of Political Science, Madrid, 8-12 July.

Contribution

  • Nishiyama, K. (2012). Doing Philosophy in The Library: Philo-Café at Iwaki-city (Fukushima). St. Paul’s Librarian. Vol.27. pp.95-6.