Deliverable 4.3.1: Analysis of the Credibility, Legitimacy, and Salience of Cooperative Research.
D4.3.1 Analysis of the Credibility, Legitimacy and Salience of Cooperative ResearchWork Package 4 of the GAP2 project, which focuses on knowledge, social process, and the success of collaborative research, used scientific papers on the processes of each GAP2 case study and in-depth interviews with case study leaders to evaluate the impact participatory research has on the credibility, legitimacy, and salience of research outputs.
- Saliency reflects whether an actor perceived the assessment to be addressing questions relevant to their policy or behavioural choices.
- Credibility reflects whether an actor perceives the assessment’s arguments to meet standards of scientific plausibility or technical adequacy.
- Legitimacy reflects whether an actor perceives the assessment as unbiased and meeting standards of political fairness.
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