For more Transparency in Deliberative Research. Implications for Deliberative Praxis

Abstract

Coding decisions in deliberative research are almost never justified. We show with our own research how transparency in the coding decisions helps deliberate practitioners better to relate to deliberate research and in this way to acquire deliberative skills.

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website with qualitative data, deliberative praxis, transparency

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Mameli S. & Steiner J., (2017) “For more Transparency in Deliberative Research. Implications for Deliberative Praxis”, Journal of Public Deliberation 13(2). doi: https://doi.org/10.16997/jdd.288

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Simona Mameli (University Bern)
Jürg Steiner (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)

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