Life beyond the public sphere: Towards a networked model for political deliberation

  title={Life beyond the public sphere: Towards a networked model for political deliberation},
  author={Axel Bruns},
  journal={Information Polity},
A rare moment of regime change may be ahead in the short history of Australian parliamentary democracy: for the first time in over a decade, a credible leader of the Labor opposition has emerged, and threatens what even Prime Minister John Howard in an unusually candid assessment has acknowledged may be not only the defeat, but the " annihilation " of the ruling conservative Coalition at the upcoming federal election in late 2007 (Coorey 23 May 2007). Even in spite of such critical self… CONTINUE READING
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