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Communicating Popular Science: From Deficit to Democracy by

Communicating Popular Science: From Deficit to Democracy is a timely book given the current politics of science, from debates over highly politicized topics such as climate change and intel- ligent design, to concerns in the United States about how much preparation students receive in science, technology, engineering ...

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New texts in science communication

Successful Science Communication: Telling It Like It Is. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. Massimiano Bucchi and Brian Trench. Routledge Handbook of Public Communication of Science and Technology. London: Routledge, 2014. Sarah Perrault. Communicating Popular Science: From Deficit to Democracy.

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Composition and Communication 53.3 (2002): 396–434. Print. Stromberg, Ernest . Ed. American Indian Rhetorics of Survivance: Word Medicine, Word Magic. Pittsburgh, PA: U of Pittsburgh P, 2006. Print. Communicating Popular Science: From Deficit to Democracy, by Sarah Tinker. Perrault. London: Palgrave Macmillan ...

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MODELS IN SCIENCE COMMUNICATION POLICY

central: the dissemination model (often called the deficit model), the dialogue model, and the .... deficit model characteristics by suggesting a kind of science com- ...... Perrault, S. T. 2013. Communicating Popular Science: From Deficit to. Democracy. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Rip, A. 2003. Societal challenges for R&D ...

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Popularizing the Internet

ingly describe science and technology in enthusiastic terms, thereby promoting the deficit or Public Appreciation of ... Keywords: pro-innovation bias, science and technology communication, Internet, framing, praise, blame. Introduction ...... Communicating Popular Science: From Deficit to Democracy. New York: Palgrave.

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Popularizing the Internet

ingly describe science and technology in enthusiastic terms, thereby promoting the deficit or Public Appreciation of ... Keywords: pro-innovation bias, science and technology communication, Internet, framing, praise, blame. Introduction ...... Communicating Popular Science: From Deficit to Democracy. New York: Palgrave.

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PUBLIC COMMUNICATION OF TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE

science. The CUSP model of PCST considers all the elements of sci- ence-in- society, including their interactions, to be worth scrutiniz- ing. The CUSP model offers ...... Uncertainty. Cambridge: Polity Press. Perrault, Sarah T. 2013. Communicating Popular Science: From. Deficit to Democracy. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

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handbook of public communication of science and technology

4 Cinematic Science. David A. Kirby. 41. 5 Of deficits, deviations and dialogues: theories of public communication of science. Massimiano Bucchi. 57. 6 Health campaign research .... democracy, and public understandings of risk. .... include Frankenstein's Footsteps: Science, Genetics and Popular Culture (Yale, 1998).

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Karen Bultitude - Science Communication Why and How - for

series of 'top tips' for anyone planning to become involved in science communication. .... Democratic deficit. As outlined by Benneworth (2009), recent changes in the nature of decision-‐making processes have created a 'democratic deficit', ... The democratic argument – Science affects most major decisions in society,.

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Discussing the Democratic Deficit: Effects of Media and

The perception of a democratic deficit in the European Union (EU) is widespread. In ... Keywords: democratic deficit, media effects, interpersonal communication, ...... Journal of Common. Market Studies, 50, 88–105. Huckfeldt, R. (2001). The social communication of political expertise. American Journal of Political Science, .

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Writing in STEM

Writing in the Professions--Science. • One of 20+ upper-level (jr-sr) courses in the . University Writing Program taken to fulfill the upper- level writing requirement for all students. • One of 7 such courses popular with STEM majors. (writing in biosciences, writing in health professions, writing in engineering, technical writing are ...

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A Historical Perspective on Science and Its “Others”

on the public sphere. The recent shift from the deficit model to the participatory model has profoundly changed the values underlying science communication. Whereas previously such communication was performed in the name of science, it is now performed in the name of democracy. This political turn suggests that we  ...

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Nanoethics, Science Communication, and a Fourth Model for Public

Feb 10, 2017 ... Citizen science . Scientific agency . Social media . Narrative ethics. Introduction. The years from 1995 to 2005 may have belonged to genetic science, as far as science communication is .... communication and public engagement, from the deficit ... the most popular suggestion, a suggestion that grew in.

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DEMOCRACY OR WAR?

climate communication, climate science, online communication, scientific democratization. Authors: ... communication. Online channels have catered for new modes of scientific production and communication practices. For instance, it is now common for large ..... deficit model motivated approach to science communication,.

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Managing communication to for the promotion of Responsible

Sep 26, 2017 ... Communication; ethics; RRI; Responsible Research and Innovation; science communication. ... Action Plan on Science in Society in order to establish a common strategy to improve the connection .... democracy as political framework, so that all political processes of decision, included those related to.

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The evolution of public understanding of science - discourse and

Science literacy. The idea of scientific literacy sees science as an extension of the quest for reading, writing and numeracy. Furthermore, in a democracy people ... Public Understanding. Public deficit. Know x attitude. Attitudes. Attitude change . 1985 – 1990s. Education. Public Relations. Science-in-Society. Trust deficit.

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Models of public communication of science and technology.N…

used to describe public communication activities: deficit model, contextual ... rather to understand how different perspectives on public communication of science and technology can lead to different activities and achievements. The deficit model ... Studies such as these – along with anecdotes common among the scientific.

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Science in Society: Re-evaluating the Deficit Model of Public Attitudes

Science (COPUS). Scholarship has also flourished, with much funding directed at academic research into science communication and public attitudes towards science ... science policy. From this normative perspective, in modern democratic societies, citizens need to have sufficient levels of accurate information on which to ...

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Navigating the Next Generation Science Standards: Implications

Gigante, Maria E. (2016) "Navigating the Next Generation Science Standards: Implications and Implementation for Faculty in Writing and the ...... Communicating Popular Science: From Deficit to. Democracy. New York: Palgrave-MacMillan. Priest, S. H. (2013). Critical science literacy: what citizens and journalists need to.

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A Historical perspective on science and its 'others'

Jan 8, 2014 ... recent shift from the deficit model to the participatory model has profoundly changed the values underlying science communication. Whereas previously it was performed in the name of science, it is now performed in the name of democracy. This political turn suggests that we should consider symmetrically ...

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