Articles by Stephen Elstub

11 2021

Deliberating online in a crisis: yes we can (and why we should)

Stephen Elstub
Can we trust the public to have constructive conversations to inform decision-making in a national crisis? Based on two online, public deliberation forums that they ran and analysed during lockdown, Rachel Thompson, Anna McKeon, Stephen Elstub and Oliver Escobar argue that public deliberation should be a critical element in any crisis response
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Stephen Elstub
Reader in British Politics, Newcastle University

Stephen's research interests lie in deliberative and participatory democracy.

He is co-editor of the Handbook of Democratic Innovation and Governance (Edward Elgar) and the journal Representation (Taylor & Francis).

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