Thinking collectively in the Public Domain

Soundings - ISSN 1362-6620
Volume 1996 Number 4

Thinking collectively in the Public Domain
John Stewart, pages -

Abstract

We need to reconstitute a public domain based on active citizenship, which would be an arena for public learning, for seeking responses to new problems. John Stewart explores some of the innovations in democratic practice that can strengthen that public domain.

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John Stewart (1996) Thinking collectively in the Public Domain, Soundings, 1996(4), -

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