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Communicating Science

Professional Contexts (Open University Reader)

by Eileen Scanlon

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages328
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Open LibraryOL7486097M
ISBN 100415197503
ISBN 109780415197502

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Communicating Science The Scientific Article from the 17th Century to the Present Alan G. Gross, Joseph E. Harmon, and Michael S. Reidy. This book describes the development of the scientific article from its modest beginnings to the global phenomenon that it has become today. Are you wishing you knew how to better communicate science, without having to read several hundred academic papers and books on the topic? Luckily Dr Craig Cormick has done this for you! This highly readable and entertaining book distils best practice research on science communication into accessible chapters, supported by case studies and examples. With practical advice on everything from Author: Craig Cormick.


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To inform this research agenda, this publication identifies. communicating science such as that held in Brussels on 14 and 15 November The European Commission publishes and freely distributes a number of brochures, movies, leaflets and other materials on European research for different age ranges.

Science journalists are increasingly reporting about research and schools and science museums. “Not only is it important to ask questions and find the answers, as a scientist I felt obligated to communicate with the world what we were learning.”. Oct 30,  · Communicating Science is the book to consult.

Separate sections offer advice on reaching peers, the general public or decision makers. Each of these main parts includes two subsections, Guidelines and Genres, with entries arranged in alphabetical order.

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Communicating Science: Contexts and Channels is a collection of articles that consider the communication between scientists and the mpcs.online first part of the reader includes material about what the public needs to know about science and why. It includes discussion of case studies of the public use of scientific information.

The second part looks at the variety of ways in which scientific. The Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science® advances science and medicine through training in clear and vivid communication.

This revision of a classic volume presents state-of-the-art reviews of established and emerging areas of communication science and provides an intellectual compass that points the way to future theorizing about communication processes. In this Second Edition of The Handbook of Communication Science, editors Charles R.

Berger, Michael E. Roloff, and David Roskos-Ewoldsen bring together an 5/5(1). Nov 13,  · In its progressive pursuit of interdisciplinary research streams – of thinking outside methodological and theoretical boxes – this book inspires science communication scholars at all levels to set a new standard for collaboration not just for science Cited by: Then, Laszlo’s Communicating Science may be the book to consult.

It has two main parts, corresponding to the type of communication task at hand: addressing peers and the general public, plus a third briefer section on how to inform mpcs.online: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Communicating in Science book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.

Writing scientific papers and giving talks at meetings and confer 3/5. ABOUT THE BOOK. In January ofUniversity of California Press published Championing Science — Communicating Your Ideas to Decision Makers, a book to help professional scientists and students studying science-based disciplines learn how to get results from their conversations and presentations to decision makers.

Nov 01,  · "The Science of Communicating Science is a rare book that combines academic rigor with the ease of reading a blog. It's a solid one-stop shop where scientists can learn about the main aspects of science communication without – as the blurb says – “having to read several hundred academic papers and blogs and books.”.

Jan 01,  · Read this book before you write your thesis or journal paper. Communicating Science is a textbook and reference on scientific writing oriented primarily at researchers in the physical sciences and engineering.

It is written from the perspective of an experienced researcher. It draws on the authors. “In this charming, witty, and thought-provoking book, full of rich anecdotes, Alan Alda describes some of the tools of communication that he teaches in his work with the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science and shows how everyone—from lovers to politicians to scientists—can benefit from being better communicators.”—Lawrence M 5/5.

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World Scientific Publications. Also available on Amazon and all major online book. Nov 25,  · This book begins with a very clear message; that in order to be a good science communicator you need to focus on three things: be clear on what you want to achieve, know your audience, and tell a.

Feb 27,  · For more than a decade, The Chicago Guide to Communicating Science has been the go-to reference for anyone who needs to write or speak about their research.

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Its complexity stems from the diversity and interconnectedness of its many elements, including the goals for communicating, the content being conveyed, the format in which it is.Then, Laszlo’s Communicating Science may be the book to consult. It has two main parts, corresponding to the type of communication task at hand: addressing peers and the general public, plus a third briefer section on how to inform decision-makers.