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Public Communication of Science and Technology


1998 – Berlin, Germany   [121 papers presented]

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Adelmann-Grill, BEICOS: The hands-on laboratory for journalistsPaper
Akingbade, TScience communication in Nigeria: issues and perspectivesPaper
Allen, IOnline content for the ”Science = Yawn” crowdPaper
Appel, AThe "lnjection against Cancer":The first gene therapy trials in germany as a media...Paper
Barbagallo, FCommunicating ethical issues arising from biotechnology: In the republic of Ireland...Paper
Bauer, MLa ‘Longue Duree’ of popular science, 1820 - present (UK & USA)Paper
Bovenschulte, MNational forum for science and technology in Goettingen as a mediator between the...Paper
Bruna, DPaticipatory research&ICT in VenicePaper
Bucchi, MSurely you are cooking, Mr. Feynman! Strategies for the presentation of science in TVPaper
Byelyakov, OEcological coverage in Ukrainian pressPaper
Carter, SFrom ‘laboratory’ to 'classroom': Public understanding of genetics...Paper
Catapano, PSelling science to the publicPaper
Chéveigné, SScience in European TV newsPaper
Cooper, EEurek alert!: An internet-based international research news servicePaper
Daban, MAiguarium, an alternative pcst service on internetPaper
Durant, JRe-negotiating the relationship between science and societyPaper
Eliott, SThe unwilling scientist fact or fiction?Paper
Evans, WHealth news in cyberspace: Interactivity, audience activity, and the changing role...Paper
Findahl, OUMEA school of science journalism: A two years multidisciplinary program for...Paper
Findahl, OWhat are the possibilities and limits of media to communicate science?Paper
Fog, LScience communication in colombia: Not an easy taskPaper
Forster, AShow us what you can do! “Love Hurts”: The multimedia campaign to stop...Paper
Frieske, KDecentralized coordination: In search for institutional frameworks for science...Paper
Gascoigne, TCommunication skills training for scientists: An international modelPaper
Gascoigne, TDeveloping a new national forum for science: The Australian experiencePaper
GAUS, OScience without audience: Qualifying scientists to communicate with the publicPaper
Goerke, AFrom science journalism to risk journalismPaper
Grau, MScience communication and new technologies the Aiguarium ProjectPaper
Green, PAlphaGalileo: An internet-based european science press centrePaper
Grundmann, REnvironment, risk, and the role of advocate scientistsPaper
Guimaraes Pereira, AParticipatory research & ICT in VenicePaper
Hahn, SCommunicating knowledge or scare mongering? A retrospective of the exhibitions ...Paper
Hall, SScience drives a white ute:Making it relevant in remote areasPaper
Hansen, AClaims-making and framing in British newspaper coverage of environmental controversyPaper
Henderson, LPromoting 'the Gene': Media coverage of breast cancer sciencePaper
Herman, RWhen do facts matter ? Acquisition of scientific informationPaper
Hicks, GCommunicating earth’s awesome forcesPaper
Horack, JThe integrated science communications process at the NASA Marshall space flight...Paper
Horvath, AReflecting on the production of knowledge: Science communication of popular beliefsPaper
Hull, AValue and attitudes to science and technology in New ZealandPaper
Janousek, IScience and technology in the 20wk century:Gap between the state and it’s...Paper
Janoušek, IScience and technology in the 20th century:Gap between the state and its reflectionPaper
Jazbinsek, DPublic health & public opinion:On the relevance of communication research for...Paper
Johnson, BPCST in the UK: A critical viewPaper
Joubert, MInfusing madiba magic into science communication for a rainbow nationPaper
Joubert, M1998 - Focus on the year of science and technology in South AfricaPaper
Kelly, PGlobally responsible graduates: Turning rhetoric into realityPaper
Kiupel, MPHÄNOMENTA-Where physics is fun!Paper
Klein, ACommunication on science as communication of 'not-knowing': Some remarks on the...Paper
Klein, AMuseum as an enacted science:The exhibitions of the German Hygiene MuseumPaper
Kohring, MScience journalism and journalism sciencePaper
Kolz, AThe impact of war metaphors on the reception of popular scientific textsPaper
Kozlowski, JEurobarometer 38.1: Results of a pilot study in PolandPaper
Kunisch, PScience by news agenciesPaper
L. Rogers, CListening to audiences for science informationPaper
la Poza, GSystematic daily monitoring of health news coverage in the press over a period of...Paper
Lawrence, JCorporate communication: Making the impact worth the effortPaper
Lawrence, JInnovation in science communication:An Australian experiencePaper
León, BScience popularisation through television documentary: A study of the work of...Paper
Lederbogen, USelling science online: The self-projection of scientific institutions and...Workshop
Leigh, A"l’ve got this great idea for a TV program?..."Paper
Leitch, AThe long and winding road: The background, skills, and motivators of...Paper
Leon, BScientific popularisation through television documentary: A study of the work of...Paper
Logan, RScience, medicine and environment coverage in the los angeles times and the...Paper
Logan, REvaluating assertions about science writing, reporting and news selection: A content...Paper
Lowe, IResponsible communication of science and technologyPaper
Magaña, PThe perspectives of written: Science communication in MexicoPaper
Makino, KA survey of science reporting in Japan: The trends in the science section of...Paper
Metcalfe, JMedia skills workshops: Breaking down the barriers between scientists and journalistsPaper
Nedjar, AAir pollution as an example: The treatment of environmental issues by the mediaPaper
Nedjar, AThe environment through media : The example of the atmospheric pollutionPaper
Neresini, FAnd the man descended from the sheep: The public debate on cloning in the Italian...Paper
Nitz, MScience in the news: The potential impact of televised news stories about global...Paper
Onoprienko, VCrisis of science and fall of scientist profession prestigePaper
Pade, JTorn between elitism and levelling: How natural science is presented by the mediaPaper
Pade, JScience on television:Alternating between Elitism and LevellingPaper
Pahl, CThe influence of scientific journals on the selection of medical topics in the...Paper
Palmer, BChemical change in the newsPaper
Palugyai, ITraining science journalists in HungaryPaper
Parsons, WA paper for the 5th international conference on public communication of science and...Paper
Parsons, WTrailblazing for Australian sciencePaper
Pauls, MPolar research online - via internet to the poles:An example from the...Paper
Persitzky, CEnvironmental reporting in television: A content analysisPaper
Peters, HInteractions of scientists and journalists: Theoretical approaches and empirical...Paper
Peters, HIs the negative more relevant than the positive? Cognitive responses to TV programs...Paper
Rankine, JMedia coverage of a collaboration between indigenous and genetics researchers:A...Paper
Reinecke, EScience within the web:What‘s so special in onlinePaper
Riedlinger, MCooperative research centres: How cooperative and with whom?Paper
Ritzert, BNew wine in new bottles? Professional PR for science and medicinePaper
Rogers, CListening to audiences for science informationPaper
Ronzheimer, MThe making of BerliNews: A new journalistic approach for online publicationPaper
Schanne, MThe development of science journalism in germany since 1980Paper
Scheiber, APatient information about cancer on the internet:For better, worse or nothing?Paper
Schmidt, VWriting about mathematicsPaper
Schroeter, JFellowship for journalists: The European initiative for communicators of science....Paper
Seeliger, MCommunication for industry innovationPaper
Stamm, UMethods of research of science journalists in GermanyPaper
Stamm, UThe research methods of German science journalists: Findings of a representative...Paper
Stroemer, AScientists are more satisfied with journalistsPaper
Teplanová, KChanging the key concepts of science communicationPaper
Terrill, BControversy: The issues of modern biotechnology exhibitionsPaper
Trageser, GWriting versus ghostwriting: On the best way of popularizing sciencePaper
Trench, BReporting science:From comparison to critiquePaper
Trueba, CTrópico lunar:A renovation program for the Mexico City Museum of Natural...Paper
Tuininga, EWhat role for what public? Dutch participation on a learning curvePaper
Turski, LWhy should I pay for science? The media stimulated taxpayer viewPaper
Vaeliverronen, EPopularizers, interpreters, advisers, managers and critics: Representing science and...Paper
Waldren, MMaking science saleable – the Australian science festival. People are...Paper
Wallack, LMedia advocacy and the new public healthPaper
Walther, CInsight into basic research: A journal as a bridge between science and the general...Paper
Wegmarshaus, GChernobyl, Perestroika and the Soviet PressPaper
Wegmarshaus, GNuclear power in the Soviet press after chernobyl. Changing scientific...Paper
Wersig, GKnowledge communication as a postmodernistic phenomenonPaper
Wersig, GKnowledge communication as a postmodern phenomenonPaper
White, SFifty phone calls a day and three hundred press cuttings a week: Psychology media...Paper
White, STraining scientists to communicate: The British psychological society experiencePaper
Wildt, JPublic understanding of science: Qualifications for scientists to communicate with...Paper
Wilkes, JMaking science writers out of scientistsPaper
Willems, J22 university courses in science writing in the NetherlandsPaper
Willems, JResponsibility unclear: Communication between physicists and journalistsPaper
Yriart, MPlease explain, doctor:Grice’s cooperative principle (CP) and the...Paper

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Holliman, R. (2004). Interpreting science news: media templates and scientific citizenship.
Paper presented at the 8th International Conference on Public Communication of Science and Technology (PCST), Barcelona, Spain, 3‐6 June 2004.
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