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*'''Pyrkilo theory''' is a theory that attempts to answer the following research question:  
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*:'''How can scientific information and value judgements be organised for improving societal decision-making in a situation where open participation is allowed?'''
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::'''How can scientific information and value judgements be organised for improving societal decision-making in a situation where open participation is allowed?'''
*'''Pyrkilo method''' is a method that applies the contents of the pyrkilo theory in practical risk assessments.
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:'''Pyrkilo method''' is a method that applies the contents of the pyrkilo theory in practical risk assessments.
*'''[[Open assessment]]''' is an assessment (covering both the process of making it, and the final product) that has been carried out utilising the pyrkilo method.
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:'''[[Open assessment]]''' is an assessment (covering both the process of making it, and the final product) that has been carried out utilising the pyrkilo method.
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Revision as of 16:57, 31 May 2008

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Pyrkilo theory is a theory that attempts to answer the following research question:
How can scientific information and value judgements be organised for improving societal decision-making in a situation where open participation is allowed?
Pyrkilo method is a method that applies the contents of the pyrkilo theory in practical risk assessments.
Open assessment is an assessment (covering both the process of making it, and the final product) that has been carried out utilising the pyrkilo method.

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