Revista española de Documentación Científica, Vol 37, No 4 (2014)

¿Cómo interaccionan los investigadores de Humanidades y Ciencias Sociales del CSIC con otros agentes sociales fuera de los cauces institucionales?


https://doi.org/10.3989/redc.2014.4.1165

Julia Olmos-Peñuela
INGENIO (CSIC-Universitat Politècnica de València), España

Elena Castro-Martínez
INGENIO (CSIC-Universitat Politècnica de València), España

Resumen


Este artículo explora la participación de los investigadores de humanidades y ciencias sociales (HHCCSS) en diferentes actividades no institucionales de interacción. Para ello, se utiliza la información sobre la participación de una muestra de investigadores pertenecientes al área de HHCCSS del Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC) en distintas actividades de interacción con agentes sociales. Además de poner de relieve en qué medida los investigadores de HHCCSS participan en diversas actividades no institucionales de interacción, se analiza cómo varían estas interacciones en función de la categoría científica del investigador y del tipo de agente social. Los resultados obtenidos son de interés para el enfoque futuro de las acciones de fomento de las interacciones ciencia-sociedad en esta área.

Palabras clave


Intercambio y transferencia de conocimiento; interacciones no institucionales; Ciencias Sociales; Humanidades; centro público de investigación; agentes sociales; categoría científica

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