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Policy & Society
What is the status and role in public action of the knowledge possessed by 'simple' citizens, users and professionals? That is the question broached in both this article and the entire special issue for which it serves as the introduction. To this end, we explore the abundant scientific literature pertaining to the topic and try to situate our own position within the broader setting. After discussing the gradual questioning of the social representations that have made scientific knowledge thedoi:10.1016/j.polsoc.2012.04.001 fatcat:ts3dzdo5yvconlobnwjjoeqjay