A polgári tudomány etikus és multidiszciplináris megközelítése a katasztrófakockázat-kezelésben, valamint jelentősége az oktatásban a Covid-19 idején

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A XXI. században a katasztrófakockázat-kezelése egy összehangolt tevékenység a beavatkozók, az állampolgárok és a kutatók részéről. A cikkben a szerzők bemutatják saját nézőpontjukon keresztül a polgári tudományt, mint a  katasztrófakockázat-kezelésének egyik elemét. Példákon keresztül részletezik a polgári tudomány etikai hátterét és kereteit a katasztrófakockázat-kezelésében. Az oktatás az állampolgári tudomány beépített modellje során játszik fontos szerepet a katasztrófakockázat-kezelésében, hiszen a COVID-19 térben és időben is megköveteli az emberiség szoros együttműködését. A koronavírussal kapcsolatban számos olyan adat létezik, amely segítheti a problémák kezelését és a megoldás megtalálását. Ezeket az adatokat elemezni és használni kell a katasztrófakockázat-kezelésében résztvevőknek és a tudománynak is. A szerzők ezt bioetikai és irodalmi adatok segítségével támasztják alá.


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