International bibliografi over videnskabelige publikationer om eller inspireret af Teknologirådets arbejde
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Abels, Gabriele. 2007. “Citizen Involvement in Public Policy-making: Does It Improve Democratic Legitimacy and Accountability? The Case of pTA,” Interdisciplinary Information Sciences, vol. 13, pp. 103-116. Online at www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/iis/13/1/103/_pdf (accessed 26 Aug. 2009).
______. 2008. “Citizens’ Deliberations and the EU Democratic Deficit: Is There a Model for Participatory Democracy?” Paper presented at the Fourth Pan-European Conference on EU Politics, 25 27 Sept. 2008, University of Latvia Riga, Latvia, TS, 31 pages. Online at www.jhubc.it/ecpr-riga/virtualpaperroom/045.pdf (accessed 5 Sept. 2009).
Andersen, Ida-Elisabeth, Gerrit Rauws, and Stef Steyaert. 2006. “The Challenge of Public Participation at a Transnational Level.” Paper presented at the Conference “Participatory Approaches in Science and Technology” (PATH), June 4-7, 2006. Edinburgh.
Andersen, Ida-Elisabeth, and Birgit Jaeger. 1999. “Scenario Workshops and Consensus Conferences: Towards More Democratic Decision-Making,” Science and Public Policy, vol. 26, no. 5 (Oct. 1999), pp. 336-340. Online at www.pantaneto.co.uk/issue6/andersenjaeger.htm (accessed 3 Aug. 2009).
Bellucci, Sergio et al., 2002. “Conclusions and Recommendations.” In
Participatory Technology Assessment – European Perspectives. Eds. Simon
Joss and Sergio Bellucci. London. Pp. 276-287.
Bora, Alfons, and Heiko Hausendorf. 2007. “Participatory Science Governance Revisited: Expectations Versus Empirical Evidence,” Interdisciplinary Information Sciences, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 103-116. Online at http://docserver.ingentaconnect.com/deliver/connect/beech/03023427/v33n7/s1.pdf?expires=1251411055&id=51793714&titleid=898&accname=Guest+User&checksum=7F6A98B99583F269DC7512417A430909 (accessed 26 Aug. 2009).
Boussaguet, Laurie, and Renaud Dehousse. 2008. Lay People’s Europe: A Critical Assessment of the First EU Citizens’ Conferences. European Governance Papers (EUROGOV) No. C-08-02. Online at www.connex-network.org/eurogov/pdf/egp-connex-C-08-02.pdf (accessed 5 Sept. 2009).
Brodie, Ellie, Eddie Cowling, and Nina Nissen. 2009. Understanding Participation: A Literature Review. U.K.: Pathways Through Participation, Dec. Online at http://pathwaysthroughparticipation.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2009/09/Pathways-literature-review-final-version.pdf (accessed 14 June 2010).
Brown, Mark. 2006. “Survey Article: Citizen Panels and the Concept of Representation,” Journal of Political Philosophy,” vol. 14, no. 2, pp. 203-225.
Burgess, Jacquelin, and Jason Chilvers. 2006. “Upping the Ante: A Conceptual Framework For Designing and Evaluating Participatory Technology Assessments,” Science and Public Policy, vol. 33, no. 10 (Dec.), pp. 713-728. Online at www.ingentaconnect.com/content/beech/spp/2006/00000033/00000010/art00002 (accessed 7 Sept. 2009).
Cole, Caroline Louise. 2007. “Vox Populi and the Promise of Biomonitoring,” HealthSphere, (Spring), pp. 6-9. Online at http://biomonitoring06.org/uploads/Main/healthsphere.pdf (accessed 2 March 2010).
Cruz-Castro, Laura, and Luis Sanz-Menéndez. 2005. “Politics and Institutions: European Parliamentary Technology Assessment,” Technological Forecasting and Social Change, vol. 72, no. 4 (May), pp. 429-448.
Decker, Michael, and Miltos Ladikas, eds. 2004. Bridges between Science, Society and Policy: Technology Assessment – Methods and Impacts. Berlin: Springer Verlag.
Dryzek, John S., and Aviezer Tucker. 2008. “Deliberative Innovation to Different Effect: Consensus Conferences in Denmark, France, and The United States,” TS, 40 pages. Online at http://deliberativedemocracy.anu.edu.au/documents/DryzekandTucker2005.pdf (accessed 9 Aug. 2009).
Dryzek, John S., Robert E. Goodin, Aviezer Tucker and Bernard Reber. 2009. “Promethean Elites Encounter Precautionary Publics: The Case of GM Foods,” Science, Technology and Human Values, vol. 34, no. 3 (May), pp. 263-288. Online at http://deliberativedemocracy.anu.edu.au/documents/Dryzeketal2006.pdf (accessed 8 Feb. 2010).
Einsiedel, Edna F., Erling Jelsøe and Thomas Breck. 2001. “Publics at the Technology Table: The Consensus Conference in Denmark, Canada, and Australia,” Public Understanding of Science, vol. 10, pp. 83-98. Online at http://hunscan.2p.hu/uploads/hunscan_2p_hu/pages/files/biotech%20publics%20consensus%20conf%20Denmark.pdf (accessed 8 Feb. 2010).
Einsiedel, Edna F. and Deborah L. Eastlick. 2000.“Consensus Conferences as Deliberative Democracy: A Communications Perspective.” Science Communication, vol. 21, no. 4, pp. 323-343.
Elliott, Janice, Sara Heesterbeek, Carolyn J. Lukensmeyer and Nikki Slocum. 2005. Participatory Methods Toolkit: A Practitioner’s Manual. King Badouin Foundation and Flemish Institute for Science and Technology Assessment, Sept. Online at www.samenlevingentechnologie.be/ists/en/publications/enpublications/toolkit.html (accessed 27 Aug. 2009).
Ely, Adrian, Patrick van Zwanenberg, and Andrew Stirling. 2011. New Models of Technology Assessment for Development, STEPS Working Paper 45. Brighton, UK: STEPS Centre. Online at http://anewmanifesto.org/wp-content/uploads/technology_assessment.pdf (accessed 18 Nov. 2011).
Felt, Ulrike, et al. 2007. Taking European Knowledge Society Seriously. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities. Online at http://cps.fns.uniba.sk/veda/files/european-knowledge-society_en.pdf (accessed 1 March 2010).
Fischer, Frank. 2000. “Citizens and Experts in Biotechnology Policy: The Consensus Conference as Alternative Model.” In Biotechnologie – Globalisierung – Demokratie: Politische Gestaltung Transnationaler Technologieentwicklung. Eds. Danile Barben and Gabriele Abels. Berlin. Pp. 359-372.
Goven, Joanna. 2003. “Deploying the Consensus Conference in New Zealand: Democracy and De-Problematization,” Public Understanding of Science, vol. 12, pp. 423–440. An earlier version of this paper is online at www.ifz.tugraz.at/index_en.php/article/articleview/426/1/30/ (accessed 29 July 2009).
Grin, J., H. van de Graaf and R. Hoppe. 1997. Technology Assessment through Interaction: A Guide. Rathenau Institute Working Document W57. The Hague: Rathenau Institute, December.
Guston, David H. 1999. “Evaluating the First U.S. Consensus Conference: The Impact of the Citizens’ Panel on Telecommunications and the Future of Democracy,” Science, Technology and Human Values, vol. 24, no. 4, pp. 451-482.
______. Forthcoming. “Participating Despite Questions: Toward a More Confident Participatory Technology Assessment.” Science and Engineering Ethics.
Hagendijk, Rob, Peter Healey, Maja Horst and Alan Irwin. 2005. STAGE: Science, Technology and Governance in Europe: Challenges of Public Engagement. European Commission: HPSE-CT2001-50003. Online at www.stage-research.net/STAGE/documents/STAGE_Final_Report_final.pdf (accessed 5 Sept. 2009).
Hamlett, Patrick W. 2002. “Enhancing Public Participation in Participatory Public Policy Analysis Concerning Technology: A Report of Two Danish-Style Consensus Conferences,” prepared for the International Summer Academy on Technology Studies 2002, Graz, Austria, TS, 20 pages. Online at www.ifz.tugraz.at/index_en.php/article/articleview/426/1/30/ (accessed 29 July 2009).
Hamlett, Patrick, Michael D. Cobb and David H. Guston. 2008. National Citizens’ Technology Forum: Nanotechnologies and Human Enhancement. Center for Nanotechnology in Society, Arizona State University. Online at http://cns.asu.edu/cns-library/type/?action=getfile&file=88 (accessed 17 Sept. 2009).
Horst, Maja, and Alan Irwin. 2010. “Nations at Ease with Radical Knowledge: On Consensus, Consensusing and False Consensusness,” Social Studies of Science, vol. 40, no. 1 (Feb.), pp. 105-126.
Jasanoff, Sheila. 2003. “Technologies of Humility: Citizen Participation in Governing Science,” Minerva, vol. 41, pp. 223-244. Online at www.hks.harvard.edu/sdn/articles/files/Jasanoff-Humility.pdf (accessed 14 Sept. 2009).
Jensen, Casper Bruun. 2005. “Citizen Projects and Consensus-Building at the Danish Board of Technology: On Experiments in Democracy,” Acta Sociologica, vol. 48, no. 3 (Sept.), pp. 221-235.
Joly, Pierre-Benoit, and Alain Kaufmann. 2008. “Lost in Translation?: The Need for ‘Upstream Engagement’ with Nanotechnology on Trial.” Science as Culture, vol. 17, no. 3 (Sept.), pp. 1-23. Online at www.hks.harvard.edu/sdn/articles/files/Joly-Kaufmann-LostInTranslation.pdf (accessed 21 March 2010).
Joss, Simon, and John Durant, eds. 1995. Public Participation in Science: The Role of Consensus Conferences in Europe. London: Science Museum.
Joss, Simon. 2000. “Participation in Parliamentary Technology Assessment: From Theory to Practice.” In Parliaments and Technology: The Development of Technology Assessment in Europe. Eds. Norman J. Vig and Herbert Paschen. Albany: State University of New York Press. Pp. 325-362.
______. 2009. “Making Technology Accountable: Citizens’ Conferences in the Era of Public Accountability,” Diacritica, Filosofia E Cultura, vol. 23, no. 2, pp. 299-316. Online at http://ceh.ilch.uminho.pt/Diacr%C3%ADtica_Fil_23-2.pdf#page=299 (accessed 18 Nov. 2011).
Kleinman, Daniel Lee, ed. 2000. Science, Technology, and Democracy. Albany: State University of New York Press.
Kleinman, Daniel Lee, Maria Powell, Joshua Grice, Judith Adrian and Carol Lobes. 2007. “A Toolkit for Democratizing Science and Technology Policy: The Practical Mechanics of Organizing a Consensus Conference,” Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, vol. 27, no. 2 (April), pp. 154-169.
Klüver, Lars, Michael Nentwich, Walter Peissl, Helge Torgersen, Fritz Gloede, Leonhard Hennen, Josée van Eijndhoven, Rinie van Est, Simon Joss, Sergio Bellucci and Danielle Bütschi. 2000. EUROPTA: European Participatory Technology Assessment – Participatory Methods in Technology Assessment and Technology Decision-Making. Copenhagen: Danish Board of Technology, 18 Oct. Online at www.tekno.dk/pdf/projekter/europta_Report.pdf (accessed 9 Sept. 2009).
Klüver, Lars, and Anders Hoff, eds. 2007. Report on the Web-Based Tool for Project Evaluation in Foresight – Doing Foresight. Copenhagen: Danish Board of Technology. Online at www.doingforesight.org/resources/Report-For-Society-task-3.1-Final-public.pdf (accessed 20 Dec. 2009).
Kriplean, Travis, Alan Borning, Ivan Beschastnikh, David W. McDonald and Mark Zachry. 2009. “Round Pegs and Square Holes, or Deliberative Sockets For Public-Government Interaction.” Paper prepared for Social Mediating Technologies: Developing the Research Agenda, Workshop – CHI 2009, 4 April 2009, Boston, MA. Online at http://personalpages.manchester.ac.uk/staff/vmgonz/documents/smt/kriplean--chi2009_smt_workshop.pdf (accessed 16 Sept. 2009).
Levidow, Les. 2007. “European Public Participation as Risk Governance: Enhancing Democratic Accountability for Agbiotech Policy,” East Asian Science, Technology and Society, vol. 1, pp. 19-51.
MASIS Expert Group. 2009. Challenging Futures of Science in Society: Emerging Trends and Cutting-Edge Issues. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union. Online at www.twine.com/item/12r0hg68k-4r8/masis-report-challenging-futures-of-science-in-society-emerging-trends-and-cutting-edge-issues (accessed 1 March 2010).
Mayer, Igor S. and Jacques L. Geurts. 1996. “Consensus Conferences as Participatory Policy Analysis: A Methodological Contribution to the Social Management of Technology.” In Technical Expertise and Public Decisions: Proceedings, June 21-22, The Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University. Pp. 231-241.
Maynard, Andrew. 2010. “Power to the People.” Institute for Ethics
and Emerging Technologies website, 3 May. Online at http://ieet.org/index.php/IEET/more/3929/ (accessed 5 May 2010).
Nelson, Jessica W., Madeleine Kangsen Scammell, Rebecca Gasior Altman, Thomas F. Webster and David M. Ozonoff. 2009. “A New Spin on Research Translation: The Boston Consensus Conference on Human Biomonitoring,” Environmental Health Perspectives, vol. 117, no. 4 (April), pp. 495-499. Online at www.ehponline.org/members/2008/0800037/0800037.pdf (accessed 17 Sept. 2009).
New Hampshire Just Food Citizen Panel Consensus Conference, February 7–9, 2002, Findings and Recommendations. 2002. Online at www.sustainableunh.unh.edu/fas/JustFoodReport.pdf (accessed 30 July 2009).
Nielsen, Annika Porsborg, Jesper Lassen and Peter Sandøe. 2007. “Democracy at Its Best? The Consensus Conference in a Cross-National Perspective,” Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics, vol. 20, pp. 13-35.
“Open to All.” 2010. Editorial. Nature, vol. 465, no. 10 (6 May). Online at www.nature.com/nature/journal/v465/n7294/full/465010a.html (accessed 18 Nov. 2011).
Pearson, Greg, and A. Thomas Young, eds. 2002. Committee on Technological Literacy, National Academy of Engineering/National Research Council. Technically Speaking: Why All Americans Need To Know More About Technology. Washington, DC: National Academy Press.
Philbrick, Mark, and Javiera Barandiaran. 2009. “The National Citizens’ Technology Forum,” Science and Public Policy, vol. 36, no. 5 (June), pp. 335-347.
Powell, Maria, and Daniel Lee Kleinman. 2008. “Building Citizen Capacities for Participation in Nanotechnology Decision-Making: The Democratic Virtues of the Consensus Conference Model,” Public Understanding of Science, vol. 17, pp. 329-348.
Powell, Maria C., and Mathilde Colin. 2008. “Meaningful Citizen Engagement in Science and Technology: What Would It Really Take?” Science Communication, vol. 30, no. 1 (Sept.), pp. 126-136.
Public Law 108-153. 2003. 21st Century Nanotechnology Research and Development Act of 2003. Online at http://frwebgate.access.gpo.gov/cgi-bin/getdoc.cgi?dbname=108_cong_public_laws&docid=f:publ153.108.pdf (accessed 19 Aug. 2009).
Public Participation in Europe: An International Perspective. 2009. Bremen, Germany: European Institute for Public Participation, June. Online at www.participationinstitute.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/pp_in_e_report_03_06.pdf (accessed 8 Dec. 2009).
Rask, Mikko., Richard Worthington, and Minna Lammi, eds., Citizen Participation in Global Environmental Governance, London, Earthscan, 2011.
Report of the Madison Area Citizen Consensus Conference on Nanotechnology, April 24, 2005. Online at www.nanoceo.net/files/consensus_conference_report.pdf (accessed 30 July 2009).
Robinson, Brian. 2010. “Public Participation in Technology Assessment.” Government Computer News, 30 April. Online at http://gcn.com/Blogs/Quick-Study/2010/04/Office-of-Technology-Assessment-pTA.aspx (accessed 5 May 2010).
Rowe, Gene, and Lynn J. Frewer. 2004. “Evaluating Public-Participation Exercises: A Research Agenda,” Science, Technology and Human Values, vol. 29, no. 4 (Autumn), pp. 512-556. Online at http://java.cs.vt.edu/public/projects/digitalgov/papers/evaluating_public_participation.pdf (accessed 7 Sept. 2009).
Russell, A. Wendy, Frank Vanclay and Heather Aslin. 2010. “Technology Assessment in Social Context: The Case for a New Framework for Assessing and Shaping Technological Developments,” Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, vol. 28, no. 2 (June), pp. 1-8.
Sarewitz, Daniel. 2005. “This Won’t Hurt a Bit: Assessing and Governing Rapidly Advancing Technologies in a Democracy.” In The Future of Technology Assessment. Eds. Michael Rodemeyer, Daniel Sarewitz and James Wilsdon. Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Dec. Online at www.wilsoncenter.org/topics/docs/techassessment.pdf (accessed 17 Sept. 2009).
Schot, Johan, and Arie Rip. 1997. “The Past and Future of Constructive Technology Assessment,” Technological Forecasting and Social Change, vol. 54, nos. 2 and 3 (Feb.-March), pp. 251-268. Online at http://doc.utwente.nl/34163/1/the_past_and_future.pdf (accessed 8 Feb. 2010).
Sclove, Richard E. 1996. "Town Meetings on Technology," Technology Review, 99, No. 5 (July), pp. 24-31.
______. 1998a. “Better Approaches to Science Policy,” Editorial, Science magazine, vol. 279 (27 Feb.), p. 1283.
______. 1998b. “For U.S. Science Policy, It’s Time for a Reality Check,” The Chronicle of Higher Education, 27 October, pp. B1, B4-B5. Reprinted in Albert H. Teich et al., eds., AAAS Science and Technology Policy Yearbook (Washington, DC: American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1999), pp. 61-66.
______. 2000. “Town Meetings on Technology: Consensus Conferences as Democratic Participation.” In Science, Technology, and Democracy. Ed. Daniel Lee Kleinman. Albany: State University of New York Press. Pp. 33-48. Online at www.loka.org/pTA.html (accessed 11 Feb. 2010).
______. 2010. Reinventing Technology Assessment – A 21st Century Model: Using Citizen Participation, Collaboration, and Expert Analysis to Inform and Improve Decision-Making on Issues Involving Science and Technology. Washington, DC: The Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, April 2010. Online at www.wilsoncenter.org/techassessment
______. 2010. “Reinventing Technology Assessment,” Issues in Science and Technology, Fall 2010, pp. 34-38. Online at www.issues.org/27.1/p_sclove.html (accessed 18 Nov. 2011).
Segalen, Basile. 2010. “La réflexion sur la société numérique doit intégrer les citoyens.” L’Atelier, 28 April. Online at www.atelier.fr/institutions/10/28042010/e-democratie-rapport-nouvelles-technologies-citoyen-expert-intelligence-collective-39701-.html (accessed 5 May 2010).
Stirling, Andy. 2008. “‘Opening Up’ and ‘Closing Down’: Power, Participation, and Pluralism in the Social Appraisal of Technology,” Science, Technology, and Human Values, vol. 33, no. 2 (March), pp. 262-294.
van Eijndhoven, Josée, and Rinie van Est. 2000. “The Choice of Participatory TA Methods.” In EUROPTA: European Participatory Technology Assessment – Participatory Methods in Technology Assessment and Technology Decision-Making. Eds. Lars Klüver et al. Copenhagen: Danish Board of Technology, 18 Oct. Pp. 112-134. Online at www.tekno.dk/pdf/projekter/europta_Report.pdf (accessed 9 Sept. 2009).
Van Est, Rinie, and Frans Brom. Forthcoming. “Technology Assessment as an Analytic and Democratic Practice.” In Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics. TS, 30 p. Online at http://rathenau.academia.edu/FransBrom/attachment/927141/full/Technology-assessment-as-an-analytic-and-democratic-practice (accessed 16 May 2010).
Vig, Norman J., and Herbert Paschen, eds. 2000. Parliaments and Technology: The Development of Technology Assessment in Europe. Albany: State University of New York Press.
Vig, Norman J. 2003. “The European Experience.” In Science and Technology Advice for Congress. Eds. M. Granger Morgan and Jon M. Peha. Washington, DC: Resources for the Future. Pp. 90-98.
Wilsdon, James. 2005. “Paddling Upstream: New Currents in European Technology Assessment.” In The Future of Technology Assessment. Eds. Michael Rodemeyer, Daniel Sarewitz and James Wilsdon. Washington, DC: Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Dec. Online at www.wilsoncenter.org/topics/docs/techassessment.pdf (accessed 17 Sept. 2009).