Deliberation Adoption in Public Policy Analysis: a Review for Practical Guidance

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Pharkphoom Rukhamate

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     This article is to provide an introduction to the deliberation applied for policy analysis to see patterns and techniques that help us develop better quality policy. This kind of analysis will emphasize the importance of humanity by allowing for participation, giving public reasoning, with privileged status in the deliberative process. In this process, we use dialogue to explore learning and understanding data, opinions, and assumptions on their idea of each parties in order to define the problem and determine a common purpose. Then, deliberation is applied as the method for assessing and weighting choices and making decision among policy options. To joint decision, both methods require facilitators who understand several techniques in effective process management. The heart of the techniques is to create and provide an atmosphere of trust that can encourage everyone to talk and listen to each other. To control the deliberative process, the facilitator can use the tactic of repeating the rules have been set through mutual agreement of the participants involved.

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rukhamate, pharkphoom . (2020). Deliberation Adoption in Public Policy Analysis: a Review for Practical Guidance. King Prajadhipok’s Institute Journal, 15(3), 19–37. Retrieved from https://so06.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/kpi_journal/article/view/244114
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