Here are some publications that reflect the ongoing research work of CiviQ, and collaboration with other researchers. CiviQ regularly presented internationally to at political science, computer science and government conferences. Check back regularly as more work that examines the impact of the solutions comes on stream.
Liston, V. (2017) A case for a deliberative link in the representation process: from congruence to resonance, Representation, 1-15
Liston, V (2015) Data: Beyond Information to the Human Voice, The Journal, AARP International.
Liston, V. (2014) Citizen Deliberation: Advancing beyond process to a discursive knowledge system, Chapter in Mikko Rask and Richard Worthington (eds.) Governing Biodiversity through Democratic Deliberation, Routledge: London
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., Liston, M. (2012) Digitial humanities for political innovation, Chapter in Fowley, English, & Thouësny (eds) Internet in the humanities: an insight 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