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This front matter section of this book titled Democratic Transgressions of Law: Governing Technology through Public Participation contains the table of contents. In constitutional democracy, these participatory forms are governed by the rule of law. The book critically examines participatory governance in this realm and makes suggestions with respect to further institutional and political-cultural developments. It assembles contributions of a broad interdisciplinary range within a comparative research programme, opening the black box of participatory governance in legal procedure. The contributions are the result of almost a decade of fruitful discussion between the authors.

Keywords:governing technology; Law; public participation



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