Issue 04, 2016

Issue 04, 2016

22/06/2016

Looking back over the past 5 years of articles published in JCOM, this editorial looks at the topics covered and the geographies represented and asks:...

10/05/2016

This study aims to investigate whether different types of museum visits have specific ways to influence the visitors' experience and learning. Three...

25/05/2016

This article provides a first statistical analysis of the typologies and characteristics of popular science web videos on YouTube. An analysis of 190...

07/06/2016

The authors present a quantitative content analysis to assess the use of mathematical information in the news of five generalist Portuguese newspapers...

09/06/2016

The twenty-first century has witnessed a shift in science communication ideals from one-way science popularization activities towards more reflexive,...

09/06/2016

The use and availability of digital media is changing researchers' roles and simultaneously providing a route for a more engaging relationship with...

07/06/2016

"Genetically Modified Organisms" are not a consistent category: it is impossible to discuss such a miscellaneous bunch of products, deriving from various...

26/05/2016

The letter compares and contrasts thinking about making science accessible and relevant to children in science centres and museums with thinking about...

17/06/2016

BOOK: Content is king; News media management in the digital age.
Graham, G., Greenhill, A., Shaw, D.Andvargo, C., Eds (2015), London, U.K.:...

22/06/2016

Celebrating 15 years of success and growth, the STS Conference Graz on May 9 and 10, 2016, gathered nearly 200 delegates from all over the world who had...