Series of Group Discussions

The workshops are structured by a card-based discussion method (cf. Felt et al. 2014) that allows participants to develop and negotiate positions on responsibility. The method provides a repertoire of statements, practices and contexts to open up the imagination on the broad range of responsible practices in research. In a playful way, this allows individual reflection and opens up spaces for collective debate in group discussions.

 

The workshops are structured by a card-based discussion method, "IMAGINE RRI" (Felt et al. 2018, inspired by Felt et al. 2014) that allows participants to develop and negotiate positions on responsibility. The method provides a repertoire of statements, practices and contexts to open up the imagination on the broad range of responsible practices in research. In a playful way, this allows individual reflection and opens up spaces for collective debate in group discussions.

References:
Felt, U., Fochler, M., & Sigl, L. (2018). IMAGINE RRI. A card-based method for reflecting on responsibility in life science research. Responsible Innovation, 5(2), 201-224. doi:DOI: 10.1080/23299460.2018.1457402 (link: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/23299460.2018.1457402)
Felt, U., Schumann, S., Schwarz, C. G., & Strassnig, M. (2014). Technology of imagination: a card-based public engagement method for debating emerging technologies. Qualitative Research, 14(2), 233-251.

 

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