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The better you know, the better you make your choice. The need for a scientific citizenship in the era of knowledge

19/09/2008

Abstract

Martin W. Bauer is right, two evolutionary processes are under way. These are quite significant and, in some way, they converge into public science communication: a deep evolution of discourse is unfolding, along with an even deeper change of the public understanding of science.

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