Conhecimentos e redes: produção e apropriação de C&T Knowledge and networks: production and appropriation of science and technology
Keywordsciência e tecnologia
produção de ciência
apropriação de ciência e tecnologia
science and technology
appropriation of science and technology
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AbstractAs mudanças que acompanham a formação de coletivos crescentemente mundializados e os concomitantes desenvolvimentos das tecnologias de informação e de comunicação são elementos estratégicos na transformação das condições destes coletivos produzirem informação e conhecimentos. A importância das redes de produção, disseminação e apropriação de conhecimentos tornou estratégica a reflexão sobre as mesmas e sobre as possibilidades e repercussões que trazem para as formas da vida econômica, social e cultural, notadamente para as possibilidades de atividades inter e trans-disciplinares e setoriais. Nosso objetivo, aqui, é apresentar um conjunto de debates sobre essa temática, que remete à relação entre produção de ciência, tecnologia, inovações e condições de vida e à necessidade da ampliação do debate social em torno da tecnociência, sua construção e usos e as possibilidades de inclusão de novos atores nesse debate.<br>The changes that accompany the formation of increasingly globalized collectives and the concomitant development of information and communication technologies are strategic elements in the transformation of these collectives&#8217; conditions to produce knowledge and information. Due to the importance given to the networks of knowledge production, dissemination and appropriation, it has become strategic to consider those networks, as well as the possibilities and implications that they bring to the forms of economic, social and cultural life, especially to the possibilities of interdisciplinary, transdisciplinary and sectorial activities. The purpose here is to present a series of debates on this subject, which refers to the relationship between the production of science, technology, innovation and living conditions, and the need for an extension of the social debate on technoscience, its construction, uses, and the possibilities for the inclusion of new actors in this debate.
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