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Traces numériques et engagement du chercheur : contribution à une éthique de la communication en régime de controverse

Abstract : This paper is a case study analysis of the social discourses about a thesis focused on the story of the French nuclear waste management disposal reliability. It sheds light several logics of mediation of controversial scientific knowledge committing the scientist. We argue that the scientists can’t avoid thinking about their digital traces and the traces they produce concerning other people during their fieldwork. At the light of our personal experiences, we contribute to the ethics of science communication. We focus on the legitimacy of scientific discourses in controversial contexts and on the intentionality of digital traces. In this perspective, ICS are invited to contribute to participate to the professional reflexivity.
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Vincent Carlino, Grégoire Molinatti. Traces numériques et engagement du chercheur : contribution à une éthique de la communication en régime de controverse. Enjeux de l'information et de la communication, GRESEC - Université Grenoble III, 2019, L’information scientifique, à l’épreuve de sa médiatisation, Dossier 2019. ⟨hal-02488398⟩

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