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Chapitre D'ouvrage Année : 2023

Science Shop


Research participation requires a collaborative approach among hybrid groups consisting of research professionals and civil society actors, such as NGOs, grass-roots organizations, and residents. Members of a science shop act as mediators in the research process, enabling civil society, academics, and students to become co-researchers or co-contributors. Various stages of the research process require a form of cultural translation. Science shops support to translate civil society’s concerns into research questions and provide participatory engineering. This mediation goes beyond dialogue or facilitation. The members of a science shop bridge gaps and create meaning where differences in vocabulary, experience, or knowledge make collaboration difficult.
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hal-04469939 , version 1 (27-02-2024)




Martine Legris, Frank Becker. Science Shop. Philipp, Thorsten; Schmohl, Tobias. Handbook transdisciplinary learning, Transcript Verlag, pp.329-338, 2023, 9783732863471. ⟨10.14361/9783839463475-034⟩. ⟨hal-04469939⟩
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