Partnering for inclusion: democratic function in deliberative recruitment strategies
Inclusion serves as one of the key tenets of deliberative theory. This tenet asks that all those affected by an issue be given a meaningful opportunity to participate in the deliberative process. However, there are multiple sites and actors within the deliberative system that are responsible for implementing inclusion. Deliberative theorists and practitioners rely on cross-sector partnerships with governmental, educational, business, and non-profit organizations to recruit diverse stakeholders for deliberative processes. This study sought to understand the way cross-sector partners conceptualized ...
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