Being Decent in Politics

Why Does the Culture of Dialogue and Argument - based Debate Still Matter?

Being Decent in Politics

Political communication is an integrative and inevitable part of every activity in the political arena and the public sphere. It is part of both political decision-making and presenting those decisions to whom they may concern. In that context, it is clear that how one communicates in the public space and political sphere is crucial, since all the political decisions need to be based on high-quality information received through communication process, but also need to be explained and receive support from citizens. 

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