What is Youth Citizen Science?

Citizen Social Science is defined as involving equal collaboration between citizen groups (co-researchers) that are sharing a social concern and academic researchers. Youth Citizen Social Science involves equal collaboration between young citizen scientists and academic researchers. However, involving young citizen scientists in research processes on an equal basis with academic researchers poses a whole new set of challenges that need to be looked into carefully. YouCount will provide evidence of actual results of doing Youth Citizen Science to address a complex societal problem. 

 What is Youth Citizen Science

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