A New Democratic form of Scientific Power for International Community of Citizens Scientists
For centuries, scientists have studied the relationship between science and power, and it is natural to wonder why science is a power and who has scientific authority. The paper examines the current state of citizen science and situates it within the broader phenomenon of globalisation, which encompasses both cultural and political globalisation. This phenomenon has resulted in the development of the International Community of Citizen Scientists, as proven by real-life examples. This is a new, transnational, and really democratic kind of authority. The paper finishes with an example of how a community might improve democracy in a cultural context where it is lacking.
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Department of Public Education, Civita Castellana, Italy.
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