Book Review


If Truth Be Told is a collection of essays on the politics of public ethnography and focuses on seasoned anthropologists' reflexive and critical


This book is a beginners' guide to science journalism, explaining the 21st century journalistic process, from generating story ideas to creating multimedi


This article aims to present a critical analysis of the book entitled “Creative Research Communication ― Theory and Practice”, written by Clare Wilkinson


Shroeder Sorensen analyses in depth the close relationship of the TV-series Cosmos [1980] with the popular culture, in its broadest sense, at the time of


van den Sanden and Vries curate reflections and insights about the shared goals, practices and processes which bring together academics and practitioners


Englehard et al provide a wide-ranging look at synthetic biology, from discussion of how one might classify different synthetic approaches to consideratio


BOOK: Olson, R. (2015). Houston, we have a narrative: Why science needs story. Chicago, U.S.A.: University of Chicago Press


The ever-changing nature of academic science communication discourse can make it challenging for those not intimately associated with the field ― scientis


In this book, Brian G. Southwell discusses how disparities in information-sharing arise and what can be done to alleviate them.


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