Tradeoffs in deliberative public engagement with science
During the last 30 years deliberative democracy and public engagement with science have developed in theory and practice to the extent that areas of consensus have emerged about good deliberative public engagement in theory. This thesis argues that in practice some areas of consensus require tradeoffs. Tradeoffs help practitioners to make decisions in design that they will otherwise have to navigate in process. Other researchers have discussed five tensions...[Show more]
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