The ISEED team are always writing and producing new things to read. Here are some recent publications:
Urban social movements and the right to the city: An introduction to the special issue on urban mobilization.
Domaradzka, A. (2018). VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 29(4), 607-620.
Supporting participative pre‐flood risk reduction in a UNESCO biosphere
O’Grady, M. J., Evans, B., Eigbogba, S., Muldoon, C., Campbell, A. G., Brewer, P. A., & O’Hare, G. M. (2019). Journal of Flood Risk Management, 12(S2), e12520
Digital orphans: Data closure and openness in patient-powered networks
Tempini, N., Del Savio, L., 2019. BioSocieties 14, 205–227.
Citizens–experts’ interactions under different institutional arrangements: assessing the role of uncertainty, interests, and values
Bogliacino, F., Codagnone, C., & Veltri, G. A. (2019). Journal of Institutional Economics, 1–19.
Knowing, relationships and trust—citizens’ perceptions of whole genome sequencing for the Genetics Clinic of the Future
Schumann, S., Gschmeidler, B., Pellegrini, G. (2020). Journal of community genetics 11.
Knowledge repositories. In digital knowledge we trust.
Tsjalling, S and S. Efstathiou, (2020) Medicine, Health care and Philosophy. vol. 23.
‘Can citizen science increase trust in research? A case study of delineating Polish metropolitan area‘
Bedessem, B., Gawronska-Nowak, B., Lis, P. (2021) Journal of Contemporary European Research, vol. 2.
Social participation in science: Perspectives of Spanish civil society organizations. Public Understanding of Science
Llorente C, Revuelta G, Carrió M. Sage Journals, 2021;30(1):36-54.
Priorities for social science and humanities research on the challenges of moving beyond animal-based food systems.
Morris, C., Kaljonen, M., Aavik, K., Balázs, B., Cole, M., Coles, B., Efstathiou, S.,Fallon, T. et al., Nature,(2021) Humanities & Social Sciences Communications.