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Education for Deliberative Democracy and the Aim of Consensus
(Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling, 2018)
The aim of consensus is essential to deliberative democracy. However, this aim has also been frequently criticized. In this article, I present two different forms of criticism against consensus in democratic education. ...
Education for Deliberative Democracy: A Typology of Classroom Discussions
(Lewis & Clark Graduate School of Education and Counseling, 2016)
The theory of deliberative democracy places public deliberations at the heart of democracy. In order to participate in democratic deliberations, citizens need certain skills, attitudes, and values. Within the field of ...