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Broadening Participation in Science through Arts-Facilitated Experiences at a Cultural Festival

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  • All of the data was collected at the FIGMENT art festival in New York City on June 23 and 24, 2018. The data was collected through: 1) paper survey for attendees to Guerilla Science activities, 2) short interviews (entry and exit) for attendees to Guerilla Science activities, and 3) short interviews for control population (visitors to Governor’s Island who did not attend Guerilla Science activities). Data collection included the following constructs for attendees to Guerilla Science: views on science, engagement with science, motivation and expectations for attendance, participation in arts and science spare-time activities, perceptions and evaluation of event, takeaways from participation, intentions for future behaviors. For the control population, we collected data about the following constructs: views on science, engagement with science, motivation for visiting Governors Island, knowledge of, attendance, interest in Guerilla Science, participation in arts and science spare-time activities.
  • Keywords: public engagement with science
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  • Storksdieck, M., O'Connell, K., & Brianna, K. (2022). Broadening Participation in Science through Arts-Facilitated Experiences at a Cultural Festival (Version 1) [Data set]. Oregon State University. https://doi.org/10.7267/HX11XQ17S
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  • National Science Foundation Award #1612719
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