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Responsible Innovation, a Narrative Approach

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Responsible Innovation, a Narrative Approach. Jonathan Hankins. Released on April 25 2020

Bergamo : Università degli Studi di Bergamo (Collana della Scuola di Alta Formazione Dottorale; 9)

ISBN: 978-88-940721-3-6 / DOI: 10.6092/978-88-940721-3-6

The aim of this book is to open a new field of study within Responsible innovation that sees narration within the workplace as a playing central analytical role within daily decision-making practices.

Through case studies, the research presented aims to demonstrate how narration in a craft workspace leads to an appreciation of beauty through the acquisition of a skilled vision, allowing the construction and sharing of a framework of working practices. These findings are then comparatively applied to science laboratory settings.

The argument is developed through the analysis of two ‘poiesis intensive’ practices, the first situated within a furniture restoration workshop in Manchester (UK) and the second in a biotechnology laboratory in Utrecht (NL).

Table of Contents

Introduction: A Narrative Approach to Responsible Innovation

Chapter 1 - Responsible Innovation, an Overview

  • 1.1 Definitions of a Concept under Development.
  • 1.2 Overview of Definition Backgrounds
  • 1.3 Responsible Innovation Today; an overview of the situation
  • 1.4 Some Conclusions

Chapter 2 - The Scholarly Narrative 

  • 2.1 The Groundwork 
  • 2.2 The Debate Around the Frontier Sciences 
  • 2.3 A Multidisciplinary Investigation 
  • 2.4 Further Fieldwork Within RI
  • 2.5 International Handbook on Responsible Innovation 
  • 2.6 The Influence of Design 
  • 2.7 Some Conclusions

Chapter 3 - The European Narrative 

  • 3.1 Projects Funded Under the FP7 Framework Programme (2007-2013)
  • 3.2 Some Conclusions
  • 3.3 René von Schomberg 
  • 3.4 René von Schomberg: An insider perspective
  • 3.5 Some Conclusions

Chapter 4 - The Italian Narrative: The Bassetti Foundation in Milan 

  • 4.1 An Overview of the Bassetti Foundation 
  • 4.2 President Bassetti in his own Words
  • 4.3 Some Conclusions

Chapter 5 - Poiesis-Intensive Innovation 

  • 5.1 Situated Learning
  • 5.2 Skilled Visions
  • 5.3 RI Definition and Poiesis Intensive Responsible Innovation (PIRI)
  • 5.4 Some Conclusions

Chapter 6 - Apprenticeship: Learning to See, Learning to Do: The Upholsterer's narrative

  • 6.1 Methodology for the Recorded Conversations
  • 6.2 An Analysis of Recorded Conversations: Conversations with the Village Upholsterer.
  • 6.3 Concluding Remarks: The death of our mentor

Chapter 7 - The Scientist’s Narrative 

  • 7.1 Jos Malda
  • 7.2 The Laboratory
  • 7.3 Skilled vision: The Development of the Process on Display 
  • 7.4 Similarities in Problem Solving Techniques
  • 7.5 Professor Jos Malda in his Own Words.
  • 7.6 Some Conclusions

Chapter 8 - Concluding Remarks

  • 8.1 Chapter 1, Responsible Innovation: An Overview
  • 8.2 Chapter 2, The Scholarly Narrative
  • 8.3 Chapter 3, The European Narrative
  • 8.4 Chapter 4, The Italian Narrative: The Bassetti Foundation in Milan
  • 8.5 Chapter 5, Poiesis Intensive Innovation
  • 8.6 Chapter 6, Apprenticeship, Learning to See, Learning to Do: The Upholsterer’s Narrative
  • 8.7 Chapter 7, the Scientist’s Narrative
     

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