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This paper elucidates the experience and thinking behind our new web-based environment for asynchronous group deliberation: Deme (pronounced "deem"). Deme grew out of participation in and observations of group decision making and community democracy, and is being developed within a university-community partnership to enhance civic participation and to(More)
Design choices can be clarified when group interaction software is directed at solving the interaction needs of particular groups that pre-date the groupware. We describe an example: the Deme platform for online deliberation. Traditional threaded conversation systems are insufficient for solving the problem at which Deme is aimed, namely, that the(More)
  • A Cochran
  • 1998
PURPOSE To investigate the responses to urinary incontinence (UI) of older persons living in the community. DESIGN Detailed interviews were completed on a sample of 42 independent, community-dwelling persons who were at least 60 years of age. Nineteen participants reported UI, and their experiences are reported in detail. SETTING AND SUBJECTS Subjects(More)
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