- Title Pages
Chapter 1Rising Participation and Declining Democracy
Chapter 2Civic-izing Markets
Chapter 3Workers’ Rights as Human Rights?
Chapter 4Legitimating the Corporation through Public Participation
Chapter 5No Contest
Chapter 6The Fiscal Sociology of Public Consultation
Chapter 7Structuring Electoral Participation
Chapter 8Patient, Parent, Advocate, Investor
Chapter 9Spirals of Perpetual Potential
Chapter 10Becoming a Best Practice
Chapter 11The Social Movement Society, the Tea Party, and the Democratic Deficit
Chapter 12Public Deliberation and Political Contention
Chapter 13Realizing the Promise of Public Participation in an Age of Inequality
- About the Contributors
- Democratizing Inequalities
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