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Published: 02 October 2008

264 Pages | 15 line & 5 half-tone illustrations


ISBN: 9780199552672

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Practising Science Communication in the Information Age

Theorising Professional Practices

Edited by Richard Holliman, Jeff Thomas, Sam Smidt, Eileen Scanlon, and Elizabeth Whitelegg

Communicating Science in the Information Age

  • Supports the teaching and learning of contemporary science communication through core readings by drawing on current research in the field, and facilitating a research—teaching synergy.
  • All chapters are newly commissioned to provide an up-to-date perspective on issues facing science communication researchers.
  • Each chapter includes a section of 'further reading' and 'useful websites' to encourage students to engage with further sources beyond the core readings.
  • Explores various practices of science communication to address many of the issues facing contemporary practitioners of science communication in an engaging and theoretically informed way.
  • Features both international and cross-cultural examples.
  • Chapters take a critical stance on the study of contemporary issues in science communication, providing readers with an engaging account of these important contemporary issues.

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