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This quantity represents the lawsuits of a convention celebrating the foreign yr for the World's Indigenous Peoples, held in Townsville, Queensland, in 1993.

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Die Diagnose einer vermachteten Öffentlichkeit sei zudem – so Bernhard Peters – weder empirisch immer zwingend, noch unbedingt theoretisch plausibel, da sich Stratifikationen in massenmedial hergestellten Öffentlichkeiten weder vermeiden, noch unbedingt beklagen lassen (Peters et al. 2004: 9; 2001). Sprecher unterliegen auch in der Medienöffentlichkeit einem gewissen Begründungsdruck, sodass das Vorhandensein diskursiver Kommunikation wahrscheinlich ist (Peters et al. « (Habermas 1990: 248) So stellten Gerhards, Neidhardt und Rucht in ihrer Studie zur medialen Abtreibungsdebatte fest, dass zivilgesellschaftliche Akteure mit Blick auf Kriterien der Diskursivität im deliberativen Modell relativ schlecht abschneiden (1998: 186).

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