Public Deliberation and Governance: Engaging with Science and Technology in Contemporary Europe [Book Review]

Minerva 44 (2):167-184 (2006)
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Whilst public engagement in decisions concerning science and technology is widely extolled, research shows that the application of deliberative democratic theory remains – at least in Europe – highly constrained. Science and technology policy requires closer attention to the wider context of governance and the compatibility of public deliberation with established modes of policy-making



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