Edited by Frank Fischer, Douglas Torgerson, Anna Durnová and Michael Orsini
Chapter 12: Lost in translation: expressing emotions in policy deliberation
Durnová’s chapter sketches out the recent research on discourse and deliberation in policy in order to show that emotions represent a crucial point of intersection between the individual and the collective dimensions of discourse and, as such, structure deliberation. Emotions affect the nature of the knowledge at stake in deliberation, they shape the repartition of actors who take part in the process, and they shape the way in which they take part in it.
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