Communicating Science

Communicating Science

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This is a collection of articles that address communication between scientists and the public. It is an introduction for those studying science and communication courses, relationship between science, and the media.For example, in an analysis of several risk issues Wynne identifies a series of social assumptions which underpin scientific risk analyses. ... the validity and credihility of their a#39;ohjectivea#39; risk analysis was committed to this naive sociology emhedded in their technical analysis. ... hazards (where the risk analytical techniques employed inevitahly involve a#39;professional judgementa#39;) and to the BSE case (how ... Equally, of course, the a#39;sociologya#39; discussed hy Wynne may not always he naive.

Title:Communicating Science
Author: Eileen Scanlon, Elizabeth Whitelegg
Publisher:Psychology Press - 1999

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