Social and ethical aspects linked to monitoring and modelling: a Socio-Technical Integration Research approach: CONCERT-TERRITORIES D9.64

Michiel Van Oudheusden, Dolores Maëkivi, Keiu Telve, Kata Maria Metsar, Alan Tkaczyk, Chloé Dierckx, Sergi López-Asensio, Roser Sala, Erik Fisher

    Research outputpeer-review


    This report presents the research aims, methods, and outcomes of CONCERT sub-subtask (Task 2.3 of the TERRITORIES project), based on lab/fieldwork conducted by lab engagement researchers (students and their supervisors) in three research laboratories: 1) Laboratory of Environmental Physics, University of Tartu (Estonia); 2) Biosphere Impact Studies group, Belgian Nuclear Research Centre SCK-CEN (Belgium); 3) Environmental Radioactivity and Radiological Surveillance Unit (Spain). The report makes explicit how, through social science intervention (sociotechnical integration research; STIR), social and ethical considerations are, and can be, integrated into ongoing radiological protection research with the benefit of improving scientific modelling and assessment.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherEC - European Commission
    Number of pages24
    StatePublished - 1 Jun 2019

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