Journal Articles

  • Veri, Francesco (2019). Explaining the extension of political rights to foreigners in the context of direct democracy: a fuzzy set QCA of Swiss cantonal referendums. Politics and Governance 17(2):410-426.

  • Veri, Francesco (2019). Aggregation bias and ambivalent cases: a new parameter of consistency in fsQCA. Comparative Sociology 18(2):229-255.

  • Barrowman, Hannah M., and Kumar, Mahendra (2018). Conceptions of vulnerability in adaptation projects: a critical examination of the role of development aid agencies in Timor-Leste. Regional Environmental Change 18:2355-2367.
  • Curato, Nicole and Calamba, Septrin (2018). Surviving disasters by suppressing political storms: Participation as knowledge-transfer in community-based disaster governance. Critical Sociology.

  • Curato, Nicole and Parry, Lucy J. (2018). Deliberation in democracy’s dark times. Journal of Public Deliberation.

  • Curato, Nicole (2018). From authoritarian enclaves to deliberative utopia? Governance logics in post-disaster reconstruction. Disasters.
  • Gagnon, Jean-Paul, Beausoleil, Emily, Son, Kyong-Min, Arguelles, Cleve, Chalaye, Pierrick, and Johnston, Callum N. (2018). What is populism? Who is the populist?. Democratic Theory 5(2):vi-xxvi.  
  • Hendriks, Carolyn M., Ercan, Selen A., and Duus, Sonya (2018). Listening in polarised controversies: A study of listening practices in the public sphere. Policy Sciences.
  • Nishiyama, Kei (2018). Enabling children's deliberation in deliberative systems: Schools as a mediating space. Journal of Youth Studies.
  • Nishiyama, Kei (2018). The dialogue-based education in the multicultural society. International Education (Kokusai Kyoiku). [in Japanese]
  • Nishiyama, Kei (2018). Using the community of inquiry for interviewing children: Theory and practice. International Journal of Social Research Methodology.
  • Pickering, Jonathan, McGee, Jeffrey S., Karlsson-Vinkhuyzen, Sylvia I., and Wenta, Joseph (2018). Global climate governance between hard and soft law: can the Paris agreement’s ‘crème brûlée’ approach enhance ecological Reflexivity? Journal of Environmental Law.
  • Pickering, Jonathan (2018). Ecological reflexivity: characterising an elusive virtue for governance in the Anthropocene. Environmental Politics.
  • Ransan-Cooper, Hedda, Ercan, Selen A., and Duus, Sonya (2018). When anger meets joy: How emotions mobilise and sustain the anti-coal seam gas movement in regional Australia. Social Movement Studies
  • Sass, Jensen (2018). The cryptonormative swamp: a response to Abbott's ‘varieties of normative inquiry. The American Sociologist 49(3):448-455.
  • Sass, Jensen (2018). Deliberative ideals across diverse cultures. In Dryek, J., Chambers, S., Mansbridge, J., and Warren, M. (eds.) The oxford Handbook of Deliberative Democracy. Oxford University Press, Oxford.
  • Crosbie, Thomas., and Sass, Jensen (2017). Governance by scandal? Eradicating sexual assault in the U.S. military. Politics 37(2):117-133.
  • Curato, Nicole (2017). Flirting with authoritarian fantasies? Rodrigo Duterte and the new terms of Philippine populism. Journal of Contemporary Asia 47(1):142-153.
  • Curato, Nicole (2017). We haven’t even buried the dead yet: The ethics of discursive contestation in a crisis situation. Current Sociology 65(7):1010-1030.
  • Curato, Nicole, Dryzek, John S., Ercan, Selen A., Hendriks, Carolyn M., and Niemeyer, Simon J. (2017). Twelve key findings in deliberative democracy research. Daedalus 146(3):28-38.
  • Dryzek, John S. and Pickering, Jonathan (2017). Deliberation as a catalyst for reflexive environmental governance. Ecological Economics 131:353-360.
  • Dryzek, John (2017). The meanings of life for non-state actors in climate politics. Environmental Politics 26(4):789-799. 
  • Dryzek, John (2017). The Forum, the system and the polity: Three varieties of democratic theory. Political Theory 45(5):610-636. 
  • Ercan, Selen A. (2017). Engaging with extremism in a multicultural society: A deliberative democratic approach. Journal of Peacebuilding and Development 12(2):9-21. 
  • Ercan, Selen A. (2017). From polarisation to pluralisation. A deliberative democratic approach to ‘illiberal’ cultures. International Political Science Review 38(1):114-127. 
  • Ercan, Selen A., Hendriks, Carolyn M., and Boswell, John (2017). Studying public deliberation after the systemic turn: The crucial role for interpretive research. Policy and Politics 45(2):195-212.  

(Recipient of 2017 Ken Young Best Paper Prize)

  • Ercan, Selen A. (2017). Review of ‘solidarity across divides: Promoting the moral point of view’, by Vasilev, G., Edinburgh University Press, 2015, Political Studies Review 15(2):271-2. 
  • Nishiyama, Kei (2017a). Deliberators, not future citizens: Children in democracy. Journal of Public deliberation 13(1).
  • Nishiyama, Kei (2017b). Child-activism and deliberative systems: Toward a new understanding of children’s ‘participation.’ Annual Journal of Materialism in Japan 22:200-215. [in Japanese].
  • Parry, Lucy J. (2017). Don’t put all your speech-acts in one basket: situating animal activism in the deliberative system. Environmental Values 26(4):437-455. 
  • Pickering, Jonathan, Davies, Robin (2017). How should development Co-operation evolve? Views from developing countries. Development Policy Review 35(1):10-28. 
  • Pickering, Jonathan, Betzold, Carola, and Skovgaard, Jakob (2017). Special issue: managing fragmentation and complexity in the emerging system of international climate finance. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 17(1):1-16. 
  • Pickering, Jonathan, and Mitchell, Paul (2017). What drives national support for multilateral climate finance? International and domestic influences on Australia's shifting stance. International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics 17(1):107-125.
  • Schlosberg, David, Collins, Lisette B., and Niemeyer, Simon (2017). Adaptation policy and community discourse: risk, vulnerability, and just transformation. Environmental Politics 26(3):413-437. 
  • Boswell, John, Ercan, Selen A., and Hendriks, Carolyn M. (2016). Message received? Examining transmission in deliberative systems. Critical Policy Studies 263-283.
  • Curato, Nicole, and Boeker, Marit (2016). Linking mini-publics to the deliberative system: A research agenda. Policy Sciences 49(2):173-190.
  • Curato, Nicole (2016). Politics of anxiety, politics of hope: Penal populism and duterte’s rise to power. Journal of Current Southeast Asian Affairs 35(3)91-109.
  • Dryzek, John S. (2016). The forum, the system, and the polity: Three varieties of democratic theory. Political Theory
  • Dryzek, John S. (2016). Reflections on the theory of deliberative systems, Critical Policy Studies 10(2):209-215.
  • Dryzek, John S. (2016). Can there be a human right to an essentially contested concept? The case of democracy. Journal of Politics 78(2):357-367.
  • Dryzek, John S. (2016). Institutions for the Anthropocene: Governance in a changing earth system. British Journal of Political Science 46(4):937-956.
  • Elstub, Stephen, Ercan, Selen A., and Mendonca, Ricardo (2016). The fourth generation of deliberative democracy. Critical Policy Studies 10(2): 139-151. 
  • Elstub, Stephen, Ercan, Selen A., and Mendonca, Ricardo (2016). Special Symposium Issue: Deliberative systems: Prospects and problems.Critical Policy Studies
  • Ercan, Selen A. (2016). From polarisation to pluralisation. A deliberative democratic approach to illiberal cultures. International Political Science Review (Online version).
  • Ercan, Selen A., and Dzur, Albert W. (2016). Interview: Participatory democracy in unlikely places: What democratic theorists can learn from democratic professionals. Democratic Theory 3(2):94-113. 
  • Ercan, Selen A., Hendriks, Carolyn M., and Boswell, John (2016). Studying public deliberation after the systemic turn: The crucial role for interpretive research. Policy and Politics 45(2):195-212.
  • Felicetti, Andreas, Niemeyer, Simon and Curato, Nicole (2016). Improving deliberative participation: Connecting mini-publics to deliberative systems. European political science Review 8(3):427-448.
  • Hendriks, Carolyn M., Duus, Sonya and Ercan, Selen A. (2016). Performing politics on social media: The dramaturgy of an environmental controversy in Facebook. Environmental Politics 25(6):1102-1125.
  • Kuyper, Jonathan, and Dryzek, John S. (2016). Real, not nominal, global democracy: A reply to Robert Keohane. International Journal of Constitutional Law 14(4):930-937. 
  • Schirmer, Jacki, and Dare, Melanie, and Ercan, Selen A. (2016). Deliberative democracy and the Tasmanian forest peace process. Australian Journal of Political Science 288-307. 
  • Tanasoca, Ana (2016). Citizenship for sale: Neomedieval, not just neoliberal? European Journal of Sociology Cambridge University Press 57(1):169–195. 
  • Curato, Nicole, and O’Flynn, Ian (2015). Deliberative democratization: A framework for systemic analysis. Policy Studies 36(3):298-313.
  • Curato, Nicole (2015). Deliberative capacity as indicator of democratic quality: The case of the Philippines. International Political Science Review 36(1):99-116.
  • Curato, Nicole and Corpus Ong, Jonathan (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
  • Curato, Nicole (2015). Disasters can lift veils: Five issues for sociological disaster studies. Philippine Sociological Review 63(S1);1-26.
  • Dryzek, John S. (2015). Democratic agents of justice. Journal of Political Philosophy 23(4):361-84.
  • Dryzek, John S. (2015). Reason and rhetoric in climate communication. Environmental Politics 24:1-16. (with and Lo, A. Y.).
  • Dryzek, John S. (2015). Deliberative engagement: The Forum in the system. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 5(4):750-754.
  • Ercan, Selen A., and Dryzek, John (2015).  The Special Issue: The sites of deliberative democracy. Policy Studies 36:3.
  • Ercan, Selen A., Hendriks, Carolyn M., and Boswell, John (2015). Studying public deliberation after the systemic turn: The crucial role for interpretive research. Policy and Politics (Online version). 
  • Ercan, Selen A., and Dryzek, John S. (2015). The reach of deliberative democracy. Policy Studies 36(3):241-248. 
  • Ercan, Selen. A., and Dryzek, John S. (2015). Conclusion: The reach of deliberative democracy. Policy Studies 36(3):359-361.
  • Ercan, Selen A. (2015). Creating and sustaining evidence for "failed multiculturalism": The case of ‘honour killing’ in Germany. American Behavioral Scientist 59(6):658-678. 
  • Ercan, Selen A., and Mendonca, Ricardo (2015). Protest and deliberation: strange bedfellows? Revealing the deliberative potential of 2013 protests in Turkey and Brazil. Policy Studies
  • Pickering, Jonathan, Skovgaard, Jakob, Kim, Soyeun, Roberts, J.Timmons, Rossati, David, Stadelmann, Martin, and Reich, Hendrikje (2015). Acting on climate finance pledges: Inter-Agency dynamics and relationships with aid in contributor states. World Development 68(1):149-162.
  • Pickering, Jonathan, Jotzo, Frank, and Wood, Peter J. (2015). Sharing the global climate finance effort fairly with limited coordination. Global Environmental Politics 15(4):39-62. 
  • Curato, Nicole (2014). Participation without deliberation: The crisis of Venezuelan democracy. Journal of Democratic Theory 1(2):113-121.
  • Dryzek, John S., and Kanra, Bora (2014). Muslims and the mainstream in Australia: Polarization or engagement?. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 40:1236-1253.
  • Dryzek, John S., and Kanra, Bora (2014). Australian muslims’ orientations to secular society: Empirical exploration of theoretical classifications. Journal of Sociology 50:182-198.
  • Dryzek, John S., and Tang, Beibei (2014). The continuing search for deliberation and participation in China. Journal of Chinese Political Science 19:109-114.
  • Dryzek, John S. (2014). Introduction: The continuing search for deliberation and participation in China. Journal of Chinese Political Science 1-6. 
  • Ercan, Selen A., and Gagnon, Jean-Paul (2014). Special Symposium Issue: Crisis of democracy: Which drisis? Which democracy?. Democratic Theory 1(2):1-10. 
  • Ercan, Selen A. (2014). Deliberative democracy. In Phillips, D., ed., Encyclopedia of Educational Theory and Philosophy, Los Angeles, SAGE 214-218. 
  • Gozdecka, Dorota A., Ercan, Selen A., and Kmak, Magdalena (2014). From multiculturalism to post-multiculturalism: Trends and paradoxes. Journal of Sociology (50):51-64. 
  • Niemeyer, Simon J. (2014). A defence of (deliberative) democracy in the Anthropocene. Ethical Perspectives 21(1):15–45.
  • Nishiyama, Kei (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, Jonathan (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)
  • Sass, Jensen, and Dryzek, John S. (2014). Deliberative cultures. Political Theory 42:3-25.
  • Tanasoca, Ana, and Goodin, Robert E. (2014). Double voting. Australasian Journal of Philosophy 92(4):743-758.
  • Tanasoca, Ana (2014). Double taxation, multiple citizenship, and global inequality. Moral Philosophy and Politics 1(1):147-169.
  • Boswell, John, Niemeyer, Simon J., and Hendricks, Carolyn M. (2013). Julia Gillard's citizens' assembly proposal for Australia: A deliberative democratic analysis. Australian Journal of Political Science 48 (2):164–178.
  • Curato, Nicole (2013). Classical reading of classical sociological theory.  Philippine Sociological Review 61(S1):265-288.
  • Curato, Nicole (2013). Deliberative capacity as indicator of democratic quality: The case of the Philippines. International Political Science Review. [Online first]
  • Curato, Nicole, Niemeyer, Simon J., and Dyzek, John S. (2013). Appreciative and contestatory inquiry in deliberative forums: Can group hugs be dangerous?. Critical Policy Studies 7:1-17.
  • Curato, Nicole, and Niemeyer, Simon J. (2013). Reaching out to overcome political apathy: Building participatory capacity through deliberative engagement. Politics & Policy 41(3):355–383.
  • Duus, Sonya (2013). Coal contestations: Learning from a long, broad view. Rural Society 22(2):96-110.
  • Dyzek, John S. (2013). The deliberative democrat’s idea of justice. European Journal of Political Theory 12:329-346.
  • Ercan, Selen A., and Hendriks, Carolyn M. (2013). The democratic challenges and potential of localism: Insights from deliberative democracy. Policy Studies 34(4);422-440. 
  • Felicetti, Andreas (2013). Localism and the transition movement. Policy Studies 34(5-6):559–574.
  • Hobson, Kersty P., and Niemeyer, Simon J. (2013). What do climate sceptics believe? Discourses of scepticism and their response to deliberation. Public Understanding of Science 22(4):396-412.
  • Niemeyer, Simon 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, Simon J., Batalha, Luisa, and Dryzek, John 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, Simon J., Ercan, Selen A., and HartzKarp, Janett (2013). Understanding deliberative citizens: The application of Q methodology to deliberation on policy issues. Operant Subjectivity 36(2):114-134.
  • Niemeyer, Simon J. (2013). Democracy and climate change: What can deliberative democracy contribute?. Australian Journal of Politics and History 59(3):430-449.
  • Nishiyama, Kei (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.
  • Sass, Jensen and Crosbie, Thomas (2013). Democracy and scandal: A research agenda. Comparative Sociology (12):851-862.
  • Curato, Nicole (2012). A sequential analysis of democratic deliberation. Acta Politica 47(4):423-442.
  • Curato, Nicole (2012). Respondents as interlocutors: Translating deliberative democratic principles to qualitative interviewing ethics. Qualitative Inquiry 18(7):571- 582.
  • Dryzek, John S. (2012). Global civil society: The progress of post-Westphalian politics. Annual Review of Political Science 15:101-119.
  • Dryzek, John S. (2012). The legitimacy of multilateral climate governance: A deliberative democratic approach. Critical Policy Studies 6:1-18.
  • Dryzek, John S., and Stevenson, Hayley (2012). The discursive democratization of global climate governance. Environmental Politics 21:189-210
  • Dryzek, John S. (2012). Vers un système délibératif mondial? Entretien avec John Dryzek (Charles Girard, Julien Talpin, and Sezin Topçu). Participations 2:167-180.
  • Felicetti, Andreas (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.).
  • Kanra, Bora, and Ercan, Selen 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.
  • Pickering, Jonathan (2012). On the concept of climate debt: Its moral and political value. Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 15(5): 667-685. (with Barry, C.).
  • Pickering, Jonathan (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.).
  • Sass, Jensen (2012). Zygmunt Bauman: Culture in a Liquid Modern World. Theory and Society 41(6):635-640