Re-visioning the regulation of data sharing in the social sciences – sympozjum w Linköping University
W dniach 23-24 marca 2017 r. dr Piotr Filipkowski reprezentował ADJ na sympozjum "Re-visioning the regulation of data sharing in the social sciences" (Linköping University, Szwecja). Dr Filipkowski przedstawił na tym spotkaniu referat pt. "Building Qualitative Data Archive in Poland – and searching for its identity. Some impressions from the work in progress".
Organizatorami sympozjum byli Prof. Natasha Mauthner (University of Aberdeen, Scotland) i Prof. Zoran Slavnic (Linköping University, Sweden).
Oto opis spotkania, przygotowany przez organizatorów:
The regulation of data sharing is now a key European and international policy concern as evidenced in the recent proliferation of policy documents. The case for such regulation is made on the grounds that it is consistent with the ethic and practice of open scientific inquiry and is a cost-efficient use of public funds because it allows re-analysis of existing datasets. The international social science community, however, and particularly its qualitative researchers, have raised concerns that regulating, institutionalizing and standardizing data sharing practices privilege a specific philosophical, methodological and ethical understanding and practice of social science while marginalizing alternative approaches. The purpose of this symposium is to bring together a small international group of social scientists from nine nations (Australia, England, Germany, Norway, Poland, Hungary, Scotland, Sweden, and the United States) with relevant expertise to discuss the regulation of data archiving and sharing in the social sciences and its possible future directions.