Science communication: theory and models


Visual narratives, such as comics and animations, are becoming increasingly popular as a tool for science education and communication.


This issue of JCOM explores the question ‘what works in science communication?’ from a variety of angles, as well as focusing on the politically sensitive


This paper analyzes data collected but not reported in the study featured in van der Linden, Leiserowitz, Feinberg, and Maibach [van der Linden et al., 20


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


What is it that really makes communicating science a good, moral thing to do? And are there limits to the potential ‘goodness’ of science communication?


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


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