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
4952010
Who wants to deliberate—and why?
MA Neblo, KM Esterling, RP Kennedy, DMJ Lazer, AE Sokhey
American Political Science Review, 566-583, 2010
4462010
The coevolution of networks and political attitudes
D Lazer, B Rubineau, C Chetkovich, N Katz, M Neblo
Political Communication 27 (3), 248-274, 2010
2172010
Thinking through democracy: Between the theory and practice of deliberative politics
M Neblo
Acta politica 40 (2), 169-181, 2005
1962005
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
1912007
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
1482019
Deliberative democracy between theory and practice
MA Neblo
Cambridge University Press, 2015
1272015
Family disputes: Diversity in defining and measuring deliberation
MA Neblo
Swiss Political Science Review 13 (4), 527-557, 2007
1182007
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
100*2011
Politics with the people: Building a directly representative democracy
MA Neblo, KM Esterling, DMJ Lazer
Cambridge University Press, 2018
932018
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
672010
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
602015
Three-fifths a racist: A typology for analyzing public opinion about race
MA Neblo
Political Behavior 31 (1), 31-51, 2009
432009
The Internet and the Madisonian cycle: Possibilities and prospects for consultative representation
D Lazer, M Neblo, K Esterling
Connecting democracy: Online consultation and the flow of political …, 2011
40*2011
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
40*2005
Change for the better? Linking the mechanisms of deliberative opinion change to normative theory
MA Neblo
Common voices: The problems and promise of a deliberative democracy, 2007, 2007
382007
Impassioned Democracy: The Roles of Emotion in Deliberative Theory
MA NEBLO
American Political Science Review 1 (5), 2020
372020
Online Town Hall Meetings–Exploring Democracy in the 21st Century
D Lazer, M Neblo, K Esterling, K Goldschmidt
Congressional Management Foundation, Washington, DC, 2009
362009
Connecting to constituents: the diffusion of representation practices among Congressional websites
KM Esterling, DMJ Lazer, MA Neblo
Political Research Quarterly 66 (1), 102-114, 2013
34*2013
The multiple institutional logics of innovation
D Lazer, I Mergel, C Ziniel, KM Esterling, MA Neblo
International Public Management Journal 14 (3), 311-340, 2011
33*2011
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