Reconsidering the potential of deliberative mini-publics in health policy settings
Although mini-publics have been applied to many different areas of public policy, their use in Australian health policy settings is still quite novel and little is known of the citizens’ experiences of deliberating and exchanging knowledge in such circumstances. For instance, it is not really known whether an exchange of knowledge even occurs, let alone, whether a just exchange occurs. This cross-disciplinary, qualitative research reduces this gap in knowledge by demonstrating how the...[Show more]
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