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In "Importing Notions in Health Law: Science and Proven Experience", Lena and Johannes describe how VBE (Science and Proven Experience, i.e.) imports "medical standards into the legal conceptual apparatus" and explore the mechanisms of this kind of "importing notions".
VBE på Bokmässan
In "Forest Owners' Response to Climate Change: University Education Trumps Value Profile", Johannes and co-authors conducted a survey of forest owners in Sweden and Germany. The survey shows that the education level rather than the value profile of the forest owners is what influences their climate change risk perception. This result is in opposition to what the Cultural Cognition Thesis implies about the prominence of value profiles in risk perception and the increase in polarization between value profiles for higher educated subjects.
In "Hur förstå 'och' i 'vetenskap och beprövad erfarenhet'?" Johannes, Sten and Nils-Eric analyse how the seeming conjunctive connective in "vetenskap och beprövad erfarenhet" functions. Through examples from the history of Swedish medicine a meaning of the "och" is elicited.
Lena Wahlberg, in her paper "Legal Ontology, Scientific Expertise and the Factual World", analyses the role of scientific information in legal proceedings. Through a comparison between legal and scientific ontologies she explains how controversies between legal and scientific experts arise.
Charlotta Levay has co-authored an article in Medical Education’s 2017 State of the Science issue. It considers discourse analysis in medical education research and argues that claims regarding practices and meaning related to discourse are best supported with observational and ethnographic evidence.