How science, technology and innovation can be placed in broader visions - Public opinions from inclusive public engagement activities

Kei Kano, Mitsuru Kudo, Go Yoshizawa, Eri Mizumachi, Makiko Suga, Naonori Akiya, Kuniyoshi Ebina, Takayuki Goto, Masayuki Itoh, Ayami Joh, Haruhiko Maenami, Toshifumi Minamoto, Mikihiko Mori, Yoshitaka Morimura, Tamaki Motoki, Akie Nakayama, Katsuya Takanashi

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This study investigates how different segments of the public, with varying degrees of interest in S & T, could formulate opinions on a broader vision and the role they think STI should play in Japanese society through 2020 (Tokyo's Olympic and Paralympic year) and toward 2030. We conducted nine inclusive public engagement activities. Results indicated that the broad public opinions did not completely overlap with officials' opinions, a value of "open and appropriate" was mainly found from the unengaged public, and the visions and values based on their opinions could well be incorporated into the official document. Engaging the disinterested in S & T remains an issue.

本文言語English
論文番号A02
ジャーナルJournal of Science Communication
18
3
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出版ステータスPublished - 2019

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