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  The Argumentative Turn Revisited Public Policy as Communicative Practice Edited by Frank Fischer & Herbert Gottweis The Argumentative Turn Revisited public policy as communicative practice Frank Fischer and Herbert Gottweis, editors duke university press Durham & London 2012 ∫ 2012 Duke University Press All rights reserved Printed in the United States of America on acid-free paper $ Designed by C. H. Westmoreland Typeset in Arno Pro by Keys
   Public Policy as Communicative Practice    Edited by Frank Fischer &   Herber Gotweis The Argumentative Turn Revisited  The Argumentative TurnRevisited public policy as communicative practice Frank Fischer and Herbert Gottweis, editors duke university press  Durham & London2012  ∫  2012 Duke University Press All rights reservedPrinted in the United States of Americaon acid-free paper $ Designed by C. H. WestmorelandTypeset in Arno Pro by Keystone Typesetting, Inc.Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Dataappear on the last printed page of this book.  Contents introduction : The Argumentative Turn Revisited Frank Fischer and Herbert Gottweis 1 part i . Deliberative Policy Argumentationand Public Participation 1. Fostering Deliberation in the Forum and Beyond  John S. Dryzek and Carolyn M. Hendriks 312. Performing Place Governance Collaboratively:Planning as a Communicative Process  Patsy Healey 58 part ii . Discursive Politics and ArgumentativePractices: Institutions and Frames 3. Discursive Institutionalism: Scope, Dynamics,and Philosophical Underpinnings Vivien A. Schmidt  854. From Policy Frames to Discursive Politics: Feminist Approachesto Development Policy and Planning in an Era of Globalization  Mary Hawkesworth 114 part iii . Policy Argumentation on the Internet and in Film 5. The Internet as a Space for Policy Deliberation Stephen Coleman 1496. Multimedia and Urban Narratives in the Planning Process:Film as Policy Inquiry and Dialogue Catalyst  Leonie Sandercock and Giovanni Attili 180 part iv . Policy Rhetoric, Argumentation, and Semiotics 7. Political Rhetoric and Stem Cell Policy in the United States:Embodiments, Scenographies, and Emotions Herbert Gottweis 211
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