About Journal of Deliberative Democracy

The Journal of Deliberative Democracy (formerly the Journal of Public Deliberation) publishes articles that shape the course of scholarship on deliberative democracy. It is the forum for the latest thinking, emerging debates, alternative perspectives, as well as critical views on deliberation. The journal welcomes submissions from all theoretical and methodological traditions. It aims to be the platform to broker knowledge between scholars and practitioners of citizen engagement.

The journal is supported by the newDemocracy Foundation, the Deliberative Democracy Consortium and the International Association for Public Participation. It is hosted at the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance at the University of Canberra and co-edited by Nicole Curato with Kim Strandberg, Åbo Akademi University, André Bächtiger, University of Stuttgart and Graham Smith, University of Westminster.

Volume 18 • Issue 2 • 2022 • Special Issue: Psychological Phenomena in Democratic Deliberation

Editors: David Brinker (Guest Editor), Justin Reedy (Guest Editor), Michael E. Morrell (Guest Editor), Robert C. Richards (Guest Editor)


Introduction

Research Article

Reflections from the Field