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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1080/23299460.2021.1882748

Imagining the future through revisiting the past: the value of history in thinking about R(R)I’s possible future(s)

02 Mar 2021-Journal of Responsible Innovation (Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group)-Vol. 8, Iss: 2, pp 234-253
Abstract: Despite reflexivity being held up as a core pillar of Responsible Research and Innovation (R(R)I), actors in the field have yet to consider the importance of R(R)I's history. Acknowledging field ha...

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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1080/23299460.2021.1907045
Abstract: Responsible innovation (RI) is one of the most recent movements to advocate that science, engineering and technology develop in ways that better reflect and respond to diverse societal values and c...

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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1016/J.TECHFORE.2021.121053
Abstract: Responsible Research and Innovation and Responsible Innovation, as academic endeavours, have grown substantially since their birth in the previous decades. They have been used as synonyms on a structural basis, and both concepts have been studied from various disciplinary backgrounds. This paper identifies Responsible Research and Innovation's and Responsible Innovation's shared research topics, knowledge base, and academic organisation as a common ground for scholars to further their individual or joint research. It does so by conducting a keyword analysis and a collaboration analysis, combined with a reference analysis of their academic literature. This paper discusses the most influential references in chronological order and sheds light on the accumulation of knowledge. The results suggest that Responsible Research and Innovation and Responsible Innovation have matured into an increasingly cumulative and interconnected research trajectory following the footsteps of similar, more mature research areas.

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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1080/23299460.2021.1996771
Erik Fisher1Institutions (1)
Abstract: ‘RRI is dead. Long live RRI!’1 With this intentionally provocative phrase, initial ideas began to circulate for what was to become this long-awaited special issue of the Journal of Responsible Inno...

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Open accessDOI: 10.1080/20961790.2021.1970319
Ružica Tokalić1, Ivan Buljan1, Niels Mejlgaard2, Mar Carrió3  +3 moreInstitutions (4)
02 Nov 2021-
Abstract: Responsible research and innovation, or RRI, is a concept that aims to bring together society and science for a better future. There are six key elements of RRI: public engagement, gender equality, science education, open access, ethics and governance. Higher Education Institutions and Responsible Research and Innovation (HEIRRI) project aimed to bring the concept of RRI into the educational system. Using state-of-the-art review of good practices, HEIRRI team developed 10 training programs on RRI for different higher education institution educational levels, including a summer school and a massive open online course (MOOC). We conducted pilot of the trainings and evaluated participants’ experiences. Satisfaction with HEIRRI training programs on responsible research and innovation was high, both for participants and for the trainers, and trainings raised awareness of RRI. Participants’ feedback was used to identify areas that need improvement and provided for recommendations for final versions of the HEIRRI training programs. In order to equip researchers with skills to recognize and apply RRI values, RRI should be included in their education. HEIRRI training is suitable for a range of different disciplines, including forensic science, and is free to use and adjust for specific contexts (available from: https://rri-tools.eu/heirri-training-programmes).

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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.1080/1364557032000119616
Hilary Arksey1, Lisa O'Malley1Institutions (1)
Abstract: This paper focuses on scoping studies, an approach to reviewing the literature which to date has received little attention in the research methods literature. We distinguish between different types of scoping studies and indicate where these stand in relation to full systematic reviews. We outline a framework for conducting a scoping study based on our recent experiences of reviewing the literature on services for carers for people with mental health problems. Where appropriate, our approach to scoping the field is contrasted with the procedures followed in systematic reviews. We emphasize how including a consultation exercise in this sort of study may enhance the results, making them more useful to policy makers, practitioners and service users. Finally, we consider the advantages and limitations of the approach and suggest that a wider debate is called for about the role of the scoping study in relation to other types of literature reviews.

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Topics: Systematic review (53%)

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Open accessJournal ArticleDOI: 10.17265/2159-5313/2016.09.003
28 Sep 2016-Philosophy study
Abstract: There has been a shift from the general presumption that “doctor knows best” to a heightened respect for patient autonomy. Medical ethics remains one-sided, however. It tends (incorrectly) to interpret patient autonomy as mere participation in decisions, rather than a willingness to take the consequences. In this respect, medical ethics remains largely paternalistic, requiring doctors to protect patients from the consequences of their decisions. This is reflected in a one-sided account of duties in medical ethics. Medical ethics may exempt patients from obligations because they are the weaker or more vulnerable party in the doctor-patient relationship. We argue that vulnerability does not exclude obligation. We also look at others ways in which patients’ responsibilities flow from general ethics: for instance, from responsibilities to others and to the self, from duties of citizens, and from the responsibilities of those who solicit advice. Finally, we argue that certain duties of patients counterbalance an otherwise unfair captivity of doctors as helpers.

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Topics: Nursing ethics (83%), Medical ethics (65%)

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Open accessBook
01 Jan 2021-
Abstract: Introduction to the Second Edition Introduction to the First Edition The Paralysis of Criticism: Society Without Opposition ONE DIMEMSIONAL SOCIETY 1. The New forms of Control 2. The Closing of the Political Universe 3 The Conquest of the Unhappy Consciousness: Repressive Desublimation 4. The Closing of the Universe of Discourse ONE DIMENSIONAL THOUGHT 5. Negative thinking: The Defeated Logic of Protest 6. From Negative to Positive Thinking: Technological Rationality and the Logic of Domination 7. The Triumph of Positive Thinking: One-Dimensional Philosophy THE CHANCE OF THE ALTERNATIVE 8. The Historical Commitment of Philosophy 9.The Catastrophe of Liberation 10. Conclusion Index _ _

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Topics: Ideology (53%), Rationality (51%), Opposition (politics) (50%) ... read more

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01 Jan 1974-
Abstract: Small is Beautiful is E F Schumacher's stimulating and controversial study of economics and its purpose This remarkable book examines our modern economic system - its use of resources and impact on how we live - questioning whether they reflect what we truly care about The revolutionary ideas are as pertinent, inspirational and thought-provoking today as when they were first published in 1973

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