Exploring science communication : a science and technology studies approach / [edited by] Ulrike Felt and Sarah R. Davies.

"Exploring Science Communication demonstrates how science and technology studies approaches can be explicitly integrated into effective, powerful science communication research. Through a range of case studies, from climate change and public parks to Facebook, museums, and media coverage, it helps y...

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Other Authors: Davies, Sarah R. (Editor)
Felt, Ulrike (Editor)
Language:English
Published: London ; Thousand Oaks, California : Sage Publications, 2020.
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Physical Description:ix, 249 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Also available in electronic format.
Format: Book
Contents:
  • Chapter 1. Introduction<br />Part I
  • STS Concepts and Sensitivities<br />Chapter 2. Conceptual Framings: STS Research for Science Communication<br />Chapter 3. What does an STS approach to Science Communication Look Like?<br />Part II
  • Mobilizing STS Concepts and Sensitivities: The Case Studies<br />Chapter 4. Object Biographies: The Life of a Hacked Gene Gun
  • Tybjerg, Karin; Whiteley, Louise; Davies, Sarah R.<br />Chapter 5. Public Science and Public Space: Communicating Ecologies through Landscape Design
  • Owens, Marcus<br />Chapter 6. Visual Climate Communication: Making Facts and Concerns in Popular Science Magazines
  • Born, Dorothea<br />Chapter 7. Public Health Communication: Anecdotal Evidence and Responsibility in Print Media Accounts of Obesity
  • Felt, Ulrike<br />Chapter 8. Constructing Science in Public: Framing Synthetic Yeast in News Media
  • Szymanski, Erika<br />Chapter 9. Science, Emotion, and Identity Online: Constructing Science and Selves on "I Fucking Love Science"
  • Marsh, Oliver<br />Chapter 10. Coproducing Knowledge and Nation States: Nutrition Communication and the making of Citizens
  • Ben Shachar, Teharlev Erela; Davidovitch, Nadav <br />Chapter 11. Communicating Forensic Genetics: "Enthusiastic" Publics and the Management of Expectations
  • Amelung, Nina; Granja, Rafaela; Machado, Helena <br />Part III
  • Concluding Thoughts<br />Chapter 12. Connections, Assemblages, and Open Ends<br />