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101) While variations across administrations may be substantial, OLC often has followed a tradition of deliberativeness that transcends politics, fostered by "informal procedural norms designed specifically to protect its legal judgments from the winds of political pressure and expediency that buffet its executive branch clients.
The throughput of online discussion focuses on modes of communication and argumentation (Friess & Eilders, 2015), such as studies measuring deliberativeness by analyzing the quality of discussions vis-a-vis normative ideals.
225, 264 (2005) (arguing that deliberativeness, representativeness, and accessibility are three of the most salient characteristics of the American legislative process that give it its democratic legitimacy).
211) Contrary to these characterizations, Manning's attorney David Coombs portrayed Manning as having acted with care and deliberativeness.
One is that, as Hastings Center President Thomas Murray puts it, "There's a world of difference in the deliberativeness with which the two chambers have acted in this case.
83) If we imagined a continuum in which decisions were ranked based on their deliberativeness, with points further right being more deliberate than points to their left, under Gutmann and Thompson's theory the dividing point between justification and lack of justification must be to the left of the right pole.
A broad judicial commission to stand in judgment of the deliberativeness of politics would be both unrealistic and dangerous.
Deliberativeness of online political discussion: A content analysis of the Guangzhou Daily website.
Conceptualizing Skidmore as reasonableness with a bite will enhance the accountability and deliberativeness of the agency interpretations in informal contexts.
Depending on analytical foci, criteria such as popular inclusion, deliberativeness, equality and reciprocity, openness, and civility and closure can be highlighted (Ferree et al.