New Publications: Imitation Game

Posted on 18 November 2015 by Robert Evans

The Journal of Mixed Methods Research has just accepted two Imitation Game papers for publication. They are: Collins, Harry, Robert Evans, Martin Weinel, Jennifer Lyttleton-Smith, Martin Hall, and Andrew Bartlett (2015) ‘The Imitation Game and the Nature of Mixed Methods‘, Journal of Mixed Methods Research. Collins, Harry and Robert Evans (2015) ‘Probes, Surveys and the
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New publications: Expertise Revisited

Posted on 18 September 2015 by Robert Evans

Studies in History and Philosophy of Science has recently published a number of articles dealing with the idea of interactional expertise (Goddiksen 2014; Plaisance and Kennedy 2014; Reyes-Galindo and Duarte 2015). In a new pair of linked papers, we respond to these critiques papers by re-examining the foundations of interactional and contributory expertise and explaining
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SEESHOP Publication

Posted on 6 March 2015 by Robert Evans

SEESHOP 7, which was held in Tempe (Arizona) in May 2013, was co-located with several other research groups interested in expertise and interdisciplinary working. One aim of the joint meeting was to develop a paper that would map out the common ground between the groups, identifying what they shared but also what made each distinct.
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SEE Down Under…

Posted on 7 November 2014 by Robert Evans

Darrin Durant (University of Melbourne) teaches a 3rd year course on science and society that includes the SEE literature as part of a wider discussion of expertise and politics. One of his students, Gavin Scott, was so inspired — by both the reading and the teaching! — that he wrote an opinion piece for the
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New Paper on Moral Expertise published

Posted on 11 August 2014 by Martin Weinel

An article co-authored by Nicky Priaulx (Cardiff Law School, Cardiff University), Anthony Wrigley (Centre for Law, Ethics and Society, Keele University) and Martin Weinel (Centre for Knowledge Expertise Science, Cardiff University) has been published in Health Care Analysis. You can access the article here Abstract We argue that the way in which the concept of
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New Imitation Game Paper

Posted on 2 May 2014 by Robert Evans

Rik Wehrens, one of the local organisers on the IMGAME project, has just had a paper published based on his own Imitation Game research. The paper examines the use of the Imitation Game to research patient-provider communication in the care of patients with chronic illness. The paper is published in Health Care Analysis and is
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New Imitation Game paper published

Posted on 1 December 2013 by Robert Evans

A new paper describing the use of the Imitation Game to research medical practitioners’ understanding of the patient perspective has just been published. Evans, Robert and Crocker, Helen (2013) The Imitation Game as a Method for Exploring Knowledge(s) of Chronic Illness, Methodological Innovations Online, Vol. 7 (2) [Published online in November 2013] Abstract Medical sociology
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Hawk-Eye and the Public Understanding of Science

Posted on 15 November 2013 by Robert Evans

A recent column by Carl Bialik has re-opened the debate about the role of technologies in supporting umpires and referees and the extent to which this has a role to play in promoting the public understanding of science. Bialik’s column sets out the main dimensions of the debate and includes interview quotes from players, officials,
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