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Catching the ‘Deliberative Wave’? How (Disaffected) Citizens Assess Deliberative Citizen Forums – CORRIGENDUM

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  13 May 2022

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The authors apologise for a reference being omitted from this published article.

The citation to the reference should have appeared in the second paragraph on page 2, thus the sentence:

Our experiment improves on the existing studies with a similar methodological design

(Christensen 2020) in two major ways.1

should be replaced with:

Our experiment improves on the existing studies with a similar methodological design

(Christensen 2020; Goldberg 2021) in two major ways.1

And the reference is as follows:

Goldberg S (2021) Just Advisory and Maximally Representative: A Conjoint Experiment on Non-Participants’ Legitimacy Perceptions of Deliberative Forums. Journal of Deliberative Democracy 17(1): 56–75

References

Goldberg, S and Bächtiger, A (2022) Catching the ‘Deliberative Wave’? How (Disaffected) Citizens Assess Deliberative Citizen Forums. British Journal of Political Science. Published by Cambridge University Press, 25 March 2022. doi:10.1017/S0007123422000059.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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