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Reading 1: Leadbeater, C. and Miller, P. (2004) ‘The Pro-Am Revolution: How enthusiasts are changing our economy and society’, London: DEMOS, Section 1. Note this paper is made available under Creative Commons licence: Non-Commercial, No Derivs 2.0 England and Wales.
Reading 2: Rennie, L.J. and Stocklmayer, S.M. (2003) published in ‘The communication of science and technology: past, present and future agendas’, International Journal of Science Education, 25(6), 759–73. copyright © Rennie and Stocklmayer;
Reading 3: European Commission (2002) Science and Society Action Plan, Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, Sections 1.1 and 1.3.
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