Tag Archives: Katherine Knobloch

Knobloch, Barthel, and Gastil: Emanating Effects: The Impact of Microlevel Deliberation on the Public’s Political Attitudes

Professor Dr. Katherine R. Knobloch of Colorado State University, Michael Barthel of the University of Washington, and Professor Dr. John Gastil of Penn State University, presented a paper entitled Emanating Effects: The Impact of Microlevel Deliberation on the Public’s Political … Continue reading

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Gastil on the Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review 2012

Professor Dr. John Gastil of Penn State University has posted The Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review, at the Democracy Fund Blog. The post summarizes the results of the 2012 Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review, “which convene[d] a group of average citizens together … Continue reading

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Knobloch, Gastil, et al.: Applying an Evaluative Model of Democratic Deliberation to the Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review

Professor Dr. Katherine R. Knobloch, Professor Dr. John Gastil, Justin Reedy, and Professor Dr. Katherine Cramer-Walsh, have published Did They Deliberate? Applying an Evaluative Model of Democratic Deliberation to the Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review, forthcoming in Journal of Applied Communication … Continue reading

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Legal Communication Papers @ NCA 2012

Many papers on legal communication were presented at NCA 2012: The 98th Annual Convention of the National Communication Association, held November 15-18, 2012 in Orlando, Florida, USA. Here is a list of those I could identify. For abstracts and full … Continue reading

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2012 Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review Statements Available

The two Citizens’ Statements from the 2012 Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review are now available, at the Healthy Democracy Blog: Citizens’ Statement on Measure 82 Interim Final Report on 2012 Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review on Measure 85, including Citizens’ Statement on … Continue reading

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Gastil in NYT on Political Attitude Change and the Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review

Professor Dr. John Gastil of the Penn State University Department of Communication Arts and Sciences was quoted regarding how individuals change their political attitudes, particularly in connection with the Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review, in Maggie Koerth-Baker, The Mind of a … Continue reading

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Gastil on Cultural Cognition and the Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review

Professor Dr. John Gastil of the Penn State University Department of Communication Arts and Sciences has posted Cultural Cognition and the Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review, at Cultural Cognition Blog. In this post Professor Gastil describes the Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review … Continue reading

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Gastil on the Impact of the Oregon Citizens’ Initiative Review

Professor Dr. John Gastil of the Penn State University Department of Communication Arts and Sciences has published an op-ed entitled Citizens’ Initiative Review does help voters, study shows, OregonLive, 7 August 2012. In this op-ed, Professor Gastil responds to assertions … Continue reading

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