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Papers

(Including papers published before 2012, when PESTI launched)


22.
Kei Kano, "Toward achieving broad public engagement with science, technology, and innovation policies: Trials in JAPAN Vision 2020", International Journal of Deliberative Mechanisms in Science, 3, 1, 1-23 (2014)
21.
E. Mizumachi, K. Kano, M. Ito, T. Minamoto, A. Nakayama, K. Ebina, N. Akiya, "Public comment workshops on the draft of 'Basic Plan on Space Policy'", Japanese Journal of Science Communication, 15, 123-136 (2014) (in Japanese)
20.
N. Akiya, K. Takanashi, E. Mizumachi, M. Kudo, K. Kano, "As any person, what to speak: A way of handling speaker's identity in workshop", Japanese Journal of Science Communication, 15, 107-122 (2014) (in Japanese)
19.
T, Goto, E, Mizumachi, M. Kudo, K. Kano, "Verification on the utility of using the segmentation method developed in Australia to assess audiences of science and technology events", Japanese Journal of Science Communication, 15, 17-35 (2014) (in Japanese)
18.
N. Akiya, E, Mizumachi, K. Takanashi, K. Kano, "Showing own state of knowledge: Analyzing structures of participation in group interview about regenerative medicine", Japanese Journal of Science Communication, 13, 17-30 (2013) (in Japanese)
17.
K, Kano, E, Mizumachi, T. Iwasaki, H. Isobe, Y, Kawahito, H. Maenami, "Segmentation and targeting of participants in science cafes: from the viewpoint of the extent of engagement in science and technology", Japanese Journal of Science Communication, 13, 3-16 (2013) (in Japanese)
16.
G. Yoshizawa, T. Nakajima , T. Hondou,"Incertitude of science and technology in social decision making : Risk, uncertainty, ambiguity, and ignorance" Kagaku 82, 7, 788-795 (2012) (in Japanese)
15.
H. Maenami, "A Study on the University-Industry Cooperation Research Support Funds that utilized “Coordinators”" Annuals of the Japan Association of Regional Policy Scientists, 10, 1-8 (2012) (in Japanese)
14.
M. Itoh, "Science education grounded in the context of community/society -- implication from the activities of Kobe University Science Shop" Proceedings of the Annual Meeting of the Japan asociety for Science Education, 36, 171-174 (2012) (in Japanese)
13.
K. Takanashi, "Toward a Communication Science of Communication Practitioner's Practices : Attempts of "Inclusive Data Session" , JASI SIG-SLUD,  66: 39-46 (2012) (in Japanese)
12.
Y. Morimura, K. Kano, M. Mori, E. Mizumachi, K. Takanashi, T. Motoki, "A Movie Editing and Viewing Tool for Dialogue Skills Training Program for Scientists" SSS2012, 2012(4), 207-212 (2012) (in Japanese)
11.
K. Takanashi, K. Kano, E. Mizumachi, T. Motoki, "Who Speaks to Whom in Bidirectional Communication? : A Micro-Analysis of Scientists' Communication Skills in Science Café" Japanese Journal of Science Communication 11, 3-17 (2012) (in Japanese)
10.
G. Yoshizawa, Y. Yamanouchi, J. Higashijima, C. Nakagawa, "Social Embedding of Intermediary Organizations for Science and Society : Lessons from the UK" Japanese Journal of Science Communication, 9, 93-106 (2011) (in Japanese)
9.
Eri Mizumachi, Kentaro Matsuda, Kei Kano, Masahiro Kawakami, Kazuto Kato, "Scientists' attitudes toward a dialogue with the public: a study using "science cafes"," Journal of Science Communication, 10, 4, A02 (2011)
8.
T. Shirai, E. Mizumachi,  K. Kano, H. Kurokawa, F. Nakaya, T. Motoki, T. Shiose, "Bridging the Communication Gap in the Current Nuclear Power Disaster" Japanese Journal of Science Communication, 9, 107-119 (2011) (in Japanese)
7.
N. Akiya, "Design and Ethnomethodology: About Past and Future Relationships of Collaborative Work" Cognitive Studies, 17(3), 525-535 (2010) (in Japanese)
6.
H. Maenami, "A study on cooperation between SMB, universities and government in regional improvement driven by competitive funds" Annuals of the Japan Association of Regional Policy Scientists, 8, 301-308 (2010) (in Japanese)
5.
M. Itoh, Y. Takeda, K. Ebina, S. Tanaka, I. Dohzono, E. Maekawa, "Support to Science Activities by Citizens for Sustainable Society in Hyogo Prefecture",Proceedings of Annual Conference of Japanese Society for Science Education34, 271-274 (2010) (in Japanese)
4.
M. Itoh, K. Ebina, Y. Takeda, S. Tanaka, N. Hashiguchi, K. Ichihashi, I. Dohzono, K. Yokoyama, H. Kubota, "Creation of a system to support civil science activities in regional community", Proceedings of Annual Conference of Japanese Society for Science Education33, 395-396 (2009) (in Japanese)
3.
Masayuki Itoh, Makoto Suemoto, Koji Matsuoka and Atsushi Ito, Kiyomitsu Yui and Tsuyoshi Matsuda, and Masanobu Ishikawa,”Contribution of Kobe University to the Regional Centre of Expertise (RCE) on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) Hyogo-Kobe”, International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education, 9, 479-486 (2008)
2.
M. Itoh, S. Tanaka, K. Ebina, K. Nagasaka, N. Ohmido, F. Ogasawara, K. Sakurai, R. Hamaoka, "Development of an Empowerment System for Citizens in Science and Technology II : Starting Science Cafe Kobe",Proceedings of Annual Conference of Japanese Society for Science Education, 21(1), 37-42 (2006) (in Japanese)
1.
M. Itoh, M. Ogawa, Y. Takeda, A. Ushimaru, Y. Tainosho, K. Ebina, N. Ohmido, N. Shirasugi, K. Nagasaka, S. Tanaka, S. Sanukida, T. Nobukawa, "Development of an Empowerment System for Citizens in Science and Technology", Proceedings of Annual Conference of Japanese Society for Science Education, 20(2),  47-51 (2005) (in Japanese)


Reports

Title
 Inquire the needs among people who are potentially engaged in science and technology: toward an innovative society (in Japanese)
Project Principle
 Kei Kano
Date of Publication
 2012
Evaluation from independent committee
 http://www.ristex.jp/examin/stipolicy/pdf/H23houkoku_kano_2.pdf
 (in Japanese)