Hagendijk, dr. R.P.

The CARE Cycle: A Framework for Analyzing Science, Technology and Inequalities.

Cozzens, S., & Hagendijk, R.P. (2008).

Patients as Public in Ethics Debates – interpreting the role of patient organizations in democracy.

Hagendijk, R.P., Nelis, A., & Vries, G. de (2007).  In Atkinson, P. & Glasner, P. (Eds). New Genetics, New Identities (pp. 28-43). London: Routledge, Spring.

European Scientific Governance in a Global Context: Resonances, Implications and Reflections.

Hagendijk, R.P., Horst, M., Irwin, A., & Healey, P. (2007).  In Chataway, J., Maat, H., & Waldman, L.(Ed.). Understanding Participation Through Science and Technology, IDS Bulletin, 38, 5, 6-20. Available on: https://www.resist-research.net/

Public deliberation and governance: Engaging with science and technology in contemporary Europe

Hagendijk, R.P., & Irwin, A. (2006).  Minerva, 44, 2, 167-18.

Participatie, Deliberatie en Representatie. Reflecties op het Engelse stamceldebat.

Hagendijk, R.P., & Nelis, A. (2005).  In Jaarboek KennisSamenleving, Deel 1, 233-254.