The term People's Science is used in the context of Dialogic Design Science. Its use aims to emphasize the fact t
One is expected to ask questions like:
- Whose interests are served
- Who provide the raw research data and/or materials
- Who or which groups reap the benefits
In the context of Dialogic Design Science, the 'experts' are the actual, authentic stakeholders and not some external players. In short, it a science of the people, by the people and for the people.
Benjamin, R. (2013). People's science: Bodies and rights on the stem cell frontier. Stanford University Press.