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Title Practising science communication in the information age : theorizing professional practices / edited by Richard Holliman ... [et al.].

Imprint New York : Oxford University Press, 2009.

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Location Call No. Status OPAC Message Public Note Gift Note
 Moore Stacks  Q223 .P73 2009    Available  ---
Description xxii, 238 p. ; 25 cm.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Communicating post-academic science -- Scientists communicating / Jane Gregory -- Ethical codes and scientific norms : the role of communication in maintaining the social contract for science / Robert Doubleday -- Patents and the dissemination of scientific knowledge / Charlotte Schulze -- Developing trends in scientists' communicating -- Science communication across disciplines / Joachim Schummer -- Communicating physics in the information age / Matthew Chalmers -- Accessing contemporary science -- Science and the online world : realities and issues for discussion / Scott L. Montgomery -- From print to online : developments in access to scientific information / Richard Gartner -- Consensus and controversy -- Peer review in science journals : past, present and future / Elizabeth Wager -- Controversy and consensus / Jeff Thomas -- Popularizing science -- Where do books fit in the information age? / Bruce V. Lewenstein -- Science communication in fiction / Jon Turney -- Speaking to the world : radio and other audio / Martin Redfern -- Practising public engagement -- The development of Our dynamic earth / Stuart Monro -- Engaging through dialogue : international experiences of Café Scientifique / Ann Grand.
Subject Communication in science.
Communication of technical information -- Technological innovations.
Communication -- Methodology.
Science -- Information technology.
Added Author Holliman, Richard, 1968-
ISBN 9780199552672