Etude des publics "fortuits" des festivals scientifiques suisses conduite par Fabienne Crettaz von Rotten. Une réflexion intéressante sur le "non-public" caractérisé par son attitude envers les sciences et les technologies.
Digital information and communication technologies (ICTs) are novelty tools that can be used to facilitate broader involvement of citizens in the discussions about science. This study focuses on one of the ICTs that have already been adopted in science communication, on science blogging.
Recent data delivered by Eurobarometer show how Europeans tend not to perceive science and technology as important factors for the Europe’s future. These data allow to understand how science and technology are exposed to risk of social marginalization.