Deliberation In and Through Higher Education

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This article explores how deliberative democracy has the ability to change how colleges and universities function. Deliberation offers a powerful way for students, faculty, staff, and community partners to learn and practice modes of reasoning and deciding together in a variety of settings such as classrooms, other campus settings, and in communities. The article includes scholarly resources as well as examples of deliberation in various contexts. The article suggests that deliberation can replace, or at least complement, many of the more familiar models pervasive in our institutions.

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Deliberative Pedagogy, Civic Engagement, Higher Education, Deliberation

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Shaffer T., (2014) “Deliberation In and Through Higher Education”, Journal of Public Deliberation 10(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.16997/jdd.198

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Timothy J. Shaffer (Wagner College)

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