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Diana C. Mutz Hearing the Other Side Deliberative Versus Participatory Democracy 2006

Diana C. Mutz Hearing the Other Side Deliberative Versus Participatory Democracy 2006

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Hearing the Other Side
Deliberative versus Participatory Democracy
“Religion and politics,” as the old saying goes, “should never be dis-cussed in mixed company.” And yet fostering discussions that crosslines of political difference has long been a central concern of politicaltheorists. More recently, it has also become a cause c ´elebre for punditsand civic-minded citizens wanting to improve the health of Americandemocracy. But only recently have scholars begun empirical investiga-tions of where and with what consequences people interact with thosewhose political views differ from their own.
Hearing the Other Side
examines this theme in the context of the contemporary United States.It is unique in its effort to link political theory with empirical research.Drawing on her empirical work, Mutz concludes that it is doubtful thatan extremely activist political culture can also be a heavily deliberativeone.Diana C. Mutz is Samuel A. Stouffer Professor of Political Science andCommunication at the University of Pennsylvania, where she servesas Director of the Institute for the Study of Citizens and Politics at theAnnenbergPublicPolicyCenter.MutzreceivedherPh.D.fromStanfordUniversity in
1988
. She has published articles involving public opinion,political psychology, and political communication in a variety of aca-demic journals, including the
American Political Science Review
, the
American Journal of Political Science, Public Opinion Quarterly, Jour-nal of Politics
, and
Journal of Communication.
She is also the authorof 
Impersonal Influence: How Perceptions of Mass Collectives Affect Political Attitudes
(
1998
), which was awarded the
1999
Robert LanePrizefortheBestBookinPoliticalPsychologybytheAmericanPoliticalScience Association and the
2004
Doris Graber Prize for Most Influen-tial Book on Political Communication published in the last ten years.
 
Hearing the Other Side
Deliberative versus ParticipatoryDemocracy
DIANA C. MUTZ
University of Pennsylvania

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