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Citizen Science, Citizen Social Science and Public Health

Research
Culture and languages

In this webinar Dr Alexandra Albert, Extreme Citizen Science (ExCiteS) research group, University College London (UCL) presents an approach to developing citizen science, and particularly citizen social science.

Seminar
Date
30 Oct 2020
Time
10:00 - 12:00
Location
Online via Zoom

Participants
Alexandra Albert, University College London
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For more information and link to the webinar, please contact: dick.kasperowski@gu.se or niclas.hagen@gu.se
Organizer
Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science

The context for this is a large-scale complex systems public health project – the ActEarly UK Preventative Research Partnership. It explores the ways in which such an approach to doing citizen science within the city collaboratories of Bradford, in the north of the England, and Tower Hamlets, in East London, plays out. The opportunities and challenges of working with multiple consortium stakeholders across policy, academia and the third sector are discussed.

Lastly the webinar seeks to discuss how these approaches respond to civil society organisations and other stakeholders, and the role of researchers within them.

University of Gothenburg Webinars on Citizen Science

The webinar is part of the monthly series on new developments in the field of citizen science. Citizen science is here to be interpreted in the broadest sense, including different participatory participatory research activities in the natural and social sciences and the humanities, as well as community based initiatives. We welcome presentations and discussion papers on the phenomenon of citizen science, including historical as well as STS-informed studies of current issues.

For link to Zoom please contact: dick.kasperowski@gu.se or niclas.hagen@gu.se