The precautionary principle works best in a double role: as a safeguard and legal principle and as a compass. From a ‘responsible innovation’…
Welcome to DIALOGIK
You need scientific knowledge on the societal impacts of new technologies, on risks to the environment, human health, and well being?
You need scientific expertise on sustainable development or interactions of science and society und wish that this expertise includes also the perspectives of social groups and individuals?
You need a competent partner in order to develop, conduct, evaluate or moderate communication and participation processes?
Then you are perfectly right at DIALOGIK.
Scientific, dialogue-oriented, participative – these are the three essential characteristics of our non-profit research corporation DIALOGIK. We investigate complex processes of communication and interaction in the conflict-laden triangle of politics, economy, and civil society.
Our research team has special expertise in social scientific approaches and is familiar with methods and advanced techniques of qualitative and quantitative social research.
In our research we employ mainly discursive methods of investigation. This means, that we use structured dialogue in order to systematically collect information about perspectives, arguments and values of social groups and individuals and include this information into our analyses. Read more about this and our research goals and main areas of research.
The Project BioWaWi is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research. Phase 2 of the project has started in November 2021.…
The pandemic requires to redesign social interaction in a way that protects against infection. Orientation to new social norms that stipulate…
DIALOGIK starts the new year with a new appointment in the management. We are very pleased to announce that our long-time and experienced…
The Society for Risk Analysis (SRA) organised a roundtable on the project "Reconciling Science, Innovation and Precaution through the Engagement…
What are the underlying reasons for favoring or rejecting nuclear energy? How can we explain this variety of perceptions? What is the specific…