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Summary of the literature from the course 'Science Communication 2.0: Dialogue and Transdisciplinarity'. The articles summarised: Week 1: - Nisbet, M. C., & Scheufele, D. A. (2009). What's next for science communication? Promising directions and lingering distractions. American journal of botany, 96(10), 1767-1778. - Kurath, M., & Gisler, P. (2009). Informing, involving or engaging? Science communication, in the ages of atom-, bio-and nanotechnology. Public Understanding of Science, 18(5), 559-573. Week 2: - Nisbet, M. C. (2009). The ethics of framing science. Communicating biological sciences: Ethical and metaphorical dimensions, 51-73. - Dietz, T. (2013). Bringing values and deliberation to science communication. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences,110 (Supplement 3), 14081-14087. Week 3: - VSNU (2018). Netherlands Code of Conduct for Research Integrity. This Code of Conduct lists principles and standards for good research practices. (Note that there is no need for students to memorise the standards, institutional duties of care, etc.: Most important is that you gain an understanding of the principles of research integrity and how they work out in practice.) --> Very short summary!) - Merton, R.K. (1938). Science and the Social Order. Philosophy of Science 5(3), 321-337. Freely available through the WUR Library. - Westerveld, H.E., Briet, J.W., Houwaart, E.S., Legemaate, J., Meerman, Th.J.A.M., Breetvelt, E.J. and van der Wall, E. (2005). Dutch medical oath. The Netherlands Journal of Medicine 63(9), 368- 371. - Ethics Centre (2017). Big Thinkers: Thomas Beauchamp & James Childress. Sydney: The Ethics Centre. Week 4: - Metselaar, S. and Widdershoven, G. (2015). Discourse Ethics. In: H. ten Have (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Global Bioethics. Cham: Springer. Available here. - Stilgoe, J., Owen, R., & Macnaghten, P. (2013). Developing a framework for responsible innovation. Research policy, 42(9), 1568-1580. - De Hoop, E., Pols, A.J.K. and Romijn, H.A. (2016). Limits to Responsible Innovation. Journal of Responsible Innovation 3(2), 110-134. Week 5: - Bekker MPM, Van Egmond C., Wehrens R., Putters K, Bal R (2010). Linking research and policy in Dutch healthcare: infrastructure, innovations and impacts. Evidence & Policy 6(2) pp. 237-253. - Guston, D. (2001). Boundary Organizations in Environmental Policy and Science: An Introduction. Science, Technology, & Human Values, Vol. 26 No. 4, Autumn 2001 399-408. -Etienne C Wenger, William M Snyder (2000). Communities of practice: The organizational frontier. Harvard Business Review v78 n1 (Jan/Feb 2000) 139-145. - Nonaka I (1991/2007). The knowledge creating company. Harvard Business Review. Week 6: - Wallerstein NB, Duran B. Using Community-Based Participatory Research to Address Health Disparities. Health Promot Pract. 2006;7(3):312–23. - Baum, F., MacDougall, C., & Smith, D. (2006). Participatory action research. Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, 60(10), 854–857. - remblay, M.-C., Martin, D. H., McComber, A. M., McGregor, A., & Macaulay, A. C. (2018). Understanding community-based participatory research through a social movement framework: A case study of the Kahnawake Schools Diabetes Prevention Project. BMC Public Health, 18(1), 487.

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