Relevant publications

Liston, V (2014) Citizen Deliberation: Advancing Towards a Discursive Deliberative Knowledge System, Chapter in M. Rask and R. Worthington Governing Biodiversity through Democratic Deliberation (forthcoming)

Liston, V., Harris, C., O’Toole, M. (2013) Bridging normative democratic theory and internet technologies: A proposal for scaling citizen policy deliberations, Policy and Internet, 5(4): 462-485

Liston, V., Harris, C., O’Toole, M. (2012) Digitial humanities for political innovation, Chapter in Fowley, English, & Thouësny (eds) Internet Research, Theory and Practice: Perspectives from Ireland, Dublin: Publishing-net

Liston, V., Harris, C., O’Toole, M., Lee. D (2012) ‘Evolving substantive notions of representation’, Proceedings of the 12th European Conference on eGovernment, 14-15 June, Barcelona, pp. 395-402


Conference papers

Liston, V. (2013) Critiquing CiviQ, Paper presented at International Society for the Scientific Study of Subjectivity (ISSSS), Amsterdam, 5-7 Sept.

Liston, V., Harris, C., O’Toole, M. (2012) Scaling up: A normative design for computer-mediated citizen deliberation, Paper presented at ‘Deliberative Democracy in Action’ Turku, Finland, 5-7 June

Liston, V., Harris, C., O’Toole, M. (2012) Harnessing and legitimising public expressions online: A theoretical design for inter-discourse e-deliberation. ECPR Joint Sessions Workshop, 10th-15th April, Antwerp

Liston, V., Harris, C., O’Toole, M., Lee, D. (2012) ‘Enabling discourse representation and meta-consensus in online deliberation using Semantic Web technologies’ Annual Conference of the Political Studies Association, Belfast 3 – 5 April 2012

Liston, V., Harris, C., O’Toole, M. (2012) SOWIT: Innovating for citizen deliberation in local government, Symposium on local government reform at the Annual Conference of the Regional Studies Association Ireland, 8th March, NUI Maynooth.

Liston, V., Harris, C., O’Toole, (2011) ‘Computer-mediated deliberation for citizen self-government: A theoretical design of an integrated policy process’, Paper prepared for presentation at the Political Studies Association of Ireland Annual Conference, 21-23 October 2011, Dublin.