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Deux décennies de cafés scientifiques : bilan et évolution d'un modèle de médiation science‐société

Abstract : Café scientifique is a science‐society mediation format born at the end of the ninetees in Europe, in line with cafés philosophiques founded by Marc Sautet in 1992. A scientific subject or a socio‐scientific question, one or several specialist speakers, an informal place where the entrance is free and we can have a drink : conditions are met for a discussion between speakers and participants on the subject or the question. After a historical and functionnal description of the format, we present and interprate the results of a semidirective interview based inquiry, conducted on three local organizations and five events. Then we question the format in terms of societal utility, and we propose a few evolution tracks towards a true participative exchange between citizens and scientists, following recommendations of numerous works in science studies and science didactics.
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Gilles Grand. Deux décennies de cafés scientifiques : bilan et évolution d'un modèle de médiation science‐société. Sciences de l'information et de la communication. 2016. ⟨dumas-01491531⟩

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