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Democracy and Public Space The Physical Sites of Democratic Performance



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Author Biography

John R. Parkinson, Associate Professor of Public Policy, University of Warwick

John Parkinson's published work ranges across topics including legitimacy and deliberative democracy; public participation initiatives in the UK National Health Service; the evaluation of referendums as decision making tools; and British democratic institutions. He is Associate Professor of Public Policy at the University of Warwick, where he works on democracy and public policy, especially the application of normative political theory to policy and institutions. His 2006 book, Deliberating in the Real World (Oxford University Press) has been described as a 'landmark work' (John Dryzek), and was nominated for the Political Studies Association's WJM McKenzie Prize.

Table of Contents

List of Figures
1. Introduction
Part I: The Theory of Democratic Public Space
2. Democratic Theory, Democratic Performance
3. Theorizing Public Space
4. Place and Politics
Part II: Public Space and Democratic Performance
5. Assemblies I: Performing Public Roles
6. Assemblies II: The Public and Accessibility
7. Protest and the Plaza: Engaging the Formal Public Sphere
8. The City as Representative Space
9. Conclusions and Implications

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