It Takes Two to Tango: Knowledge Mobilization and Ignorance Mobilization in Science Research and Innovation

Gaudet, J. (2013). It takes two to tango: Knowledge mobilization and ignorance mobilization in science research and innovation. Prometheus, 31(3), 169-187. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08109028.2013.847604 Abstract The main goal of this paper is to propose a dynamic mapping for knowledge and ignorance mobilization in science research and innovation. An underlying argument is that ‘knowledge mobilization’

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Harnessing Social Network Analysis in Knowledge and Ignorance Mobilization Research and Evaluation / Intégrer l’analyse de réseau dans la recherche et l’évaluation de la mobilisation de la connaissance et de l’ignorance

In this guest post Joanne Gaudet (UOttawa) explores the application of social network analysis (SNA) to knowledge mobilization. While this is not new per se, her use of SNA as mapping the relationship between knowledge mobilization people and knowledge mobilization products is new. This use of SNA captures a more

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Updated: Caring About Ignorance and Its Mobilization / S’Intéresser à la question de l’ignorance et de sa mobilisation

Guest blogger Joanne Gaudet's post on ignorance mobilization was originally published here on Mobilize This! in January  2013. Joanne recently let us know about her recent article on this topic, which is freely available online. Thanks for the update Joanne! To learn more about ignorance mobilization, research impact, and the dynamics between

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In the Knowledge and Ignorance Economies, the Innovation Broker Plays a Critical Role / Le courtier de l’innovation joue un rôle primordial dans les économies axées sur les connaissances et l’ignorance

Joanne Gaudet In this second post on ignorance mobilization, Joanne Gaudet (PhD Candidate, Sociology, Department of Sociology and Anthropology, University of Ottawa and author of www.ignorancemobilization.com) explores the concept of innovation brokers and how it relates to the dynamics of knowledge and ignorance mobilization. Ignorance isn’t a bad thing. Joanne tells us

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Caring About Ignorance and Its Mobilization / S’Intéresser à la question de l’ignorance et de sa mobilisation

Joanne Gaudet We welcome you to 2013 and welcome guest blogger Joanne Gaudet (University of Ottawa, www.ignorancemobilization.com). Joanne's work explores a concept new to many knowledge brokers: ignorance mobilization. In this first of two posts, she looks at ignorance and describes its role and mobilization in science and innovation. Let go

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