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Flinders claims that what has been missing from this debate is any sense of clarity around whether what is being demanded is greater engagement by political science as a discipline or greater engagement by political scientists as individuals.
Matthew Flindersis Professor of Politics and Founding Director of the Sir Bernard Crick Centre for the Public Understanding of Politics at the University of Sheffield. He is also President of the Political Studies Association of the United Kingdom and a board member of the Academy of Social Sciences.
A podcast about “the idea of engaged political science which involves quite simply engaging with the public, the media, and the outside world throughout the research process and it argues that engagement, public engagement, is integral to political science research.” Dr Matthew Wood (University of Sheffield) outlines five aspects of engaged political science, described in his article: Engaged Political Science.
👉There are five aspects of engaged political science. Listen to the 5th episode of the 140-sec PSR #podcasts by @Woodpolitics17
Matthew Wood – (PhD)is a Senior Lecturer at the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Sheffield. He is interested in how effective policy and democratic governance is possible in an age of distrust and disillusionment in politics.