Publication - Research and analysis

Public Acceptability of Data Sharing Between the Public, Private and Third Sectors for Research Purposes

Published: 4 Oct 2013
Part of:
Research
ISBN:
9781782569534

Report of a deliberative research project on the public's attitudes towards data sharing. It focuses particularly on a) the public's opinion about data sharing with the private and third sector; b) the acceptability of different methods for sharing benefits gained from the use of their data; and c) the appeal of different methods for empowering citizens in decision making about the use of their data.

130 page PDF

1.6 MB

130 page PDF

1.6 MB

Contents
Public Acceptability of Data Sharing Between the Public, Private and Third Sectors for Research Purposes
APPENDIX B: SUMMARY OF MODELS ACCORDING TO CLASSIFICATION OF PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT APPROACHES

130 page PDF

1.6 MB

APPENDIX B: SUMMARY OF MODELS ACCORDING TO CLASSIFICATION OF PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT APPROACHES

LEVEL OF PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT
SOURCE Awareness Raising Consultation Empowerment
Arnstein (1969) Informing Consultation Citizen Control/ Delegated Power/ Partnership
COI (2009) Information-Giving Information-Gathering/ Consultation/ Involvement Partnership/ Empowerment (delegated authority)
Dialogue by Design (2008) Information-Giving Information-Gathering/ Consultation Participation/ Collaboration/ Delegated Authority
Fife Council Informing Seeking Views Participation and Partnership
Goss (1999) Giving Information Consultation/ Listening Exploring/ Innovating/ Visioning Judging/ Deciding Together Delegating/ Supporting/ Decision-Making
IAP2 (2007) Inform Consult/ Involve Collaborate/ Empower
INVOLVE (2004) - Consultation Collaboration/ User Control
OECD (2001) Information Consultation Active Participation
Rowe & Frewer (2005) Public Communication Public Consultation Public Participation
Sciencewise (2010) Communications/ Campaigning Research Upstream Dialogue/ 'True Engagement'
Wilcox (1994) Information Consultation/ Deciding Together Acting Together/ Supporting Independent Community Interests

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