A basic bibliography of twelve monographs and edited volumes which constitute essential readings for anyone interested in understanding the the transformations of public participation in science.
Does science only flourish in democratic societies? How can the relationship between science and democracy be characterized from a historical, sociological or epistemological perspective? And last but not least: What about democracy in science? All these questions are raised within the interdisciplinary discourse on “Science and Democracy“. The following list of readings gives you a first insight into it.