Autor: Bowser A., Cappadonna J. L., Ceccaroni L., Cooper C.B., Davis B. Y., Dörler D., Duerr R. E., Eitzel M. V., Haklay M., Harris E. S., Heigl F., Jiang Q., Kiessling T., Kyba Ch. C. M., Metcalfe A. N., Ponciano L., Roche J., Santos-Lang Ch., Sforzi A., Shilling F. M., Thiel M., Virapongse A., West S. E.
Klíčová slova: Community-based participatory research, Crowdsourcing, Epistemology, Ontology, Participatory action research, Public participation in science and research
Název titulu / periodika: Citizen Science: Theory and Practice
Rok vydání: 2017
Vydavatel: Ubiquity Press
Obor FORD: 5.4. Sociology
Much can be at stake depending on the choice of words used to describe citizen science, because termi-nology impacts how knowledge is developed. Citizen science is a quickly evolving field that is mobilizing people’s involvement in information development, social action and justice, and large-scale information gathering. Currently, a wide variety of terms and expressions are being used to refer to the concept of ‘citizen science’ and its practitioners. Here, we explore these terms to help…