041-KIano Engaging the public in STI policy making
Engaging the public in STI policymaking
—Using segmentation method as an indicator for science and society—
Kei Kano1,2, Makiko Suga3, Go Yoshizawa4, Mitsuru Kudo4, Eri Mizumachi2, Takayuki Goto2, Kuniyoshi Ebina5
1Shiga Univ. 2Kyoto Univ. 3Tezukayama Univ. 4Osaka Univ. 5Kobe Univ.
① About PESTI project (2012-2016), one of the
Science for RE-designing STI Policy (SciREX) Projects in Japan
② Segmentation according to “Interest in S&T,” an Australian method
③ Apply to STI policymaking of Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic 2020
1. Community Interest and Engagement with S&T (Victorian Government, 2007, 2011)
2. Opinion Poll on Science, Technology and Innovation Policy in Japan (PESTI, 2014)
1.Re-interpret “the public” by making a
new segmentation and profile of them
and find out broad public needs
towards science, technology and
2.Apply these needs to the processes of
making STI policy options.
3.Coordinate and cooperate with
practitioners so that they can use the
results of the project.
You can download the RAW DATA and INFOGRAPHICS of the results of
opinion poll on STI policy: http://www.nistep.go.jp/en/?page_id=3867
7 Values from the public
1. Exciting and Cool
2. Ties with others and diversity
3. Comfort, efficient, and convenient society
4. Safety and security
6. Japan pride
7. Open and appropriate*
* #7 tends to be had by the potentially
interested or disinterested groups.