Edited By Stephen Coleman, Anna Przybylska and Yves Sintomer
About the Authors
André Bächtiger is chair of Political Theory at the University of Stuttgart. His research focuses on the challenges of mapping and measuring deliberation and political communication as well as the preconditions and outcomes of high quality deliberation in the context of representative institutions and mini-publics. He is co-writing a book Mapping and Measuring Deliberation (with John Parkinson), Oxford University Press, 2016.
Kees Brants is honorary professor at the University of Amsterdam’s School of Communication Research and professor emeritus in political communication at Leiden University.
Stephen Coleman is professor of political communication at the University of Leeds. His most recent book is ‘How Voters Feel’ and his most recent co-edited volume is Can The Media Serve Democracy? He is currently writing a book about how citizens experience talking about politics.
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