État de publication: Publiée (2019 Avril )
Nom de la revue: Cultural studies of science education
Intervalle de pages: 1-9
Résumé: In this article, I detail my involvement in sociopolitical conversations as a science education researcher. I present two of the controversies in which I have been involved in recent years: Metal dust from the Port of Québec (Quebec, Canada) and the Maillé case (the case of a researcher who has to hand over to a private company her research data including the confidential information of the participants who confided to her in interviews). I conclude the article by emphasizing the importance and difficulty of the sociopolitical commitment of researchers.