SciComm Research: Past Patterns and Future Perspectives
Published just now in the 'Public Understanding of Science' blog: an article about the in-depth empirical 'Field Analysis' of science communication research.
Since the blog does not allow online comments, like many other platforms nowadays, we are very much inviting questions and comments via this mailing list.
Just like other research fields comings of age, science communication may ask itself which patterns have characterised its development over the past decades, which topics and methodologies were particularly often used, and what this can tell us about the strengths and weaknesses of the research field. The results of our analysis were recently published as a book, which also comprises reflections by the world's leading science communication scholars about the field's future needs and perspectives.
Let me encourage you to read the full article in the PUS blog: https://sagepus.blogspot.com/2021/01/science-communication-research-past.html
Best wishes Alex
Prof. Alexander Gerber Chair of Science Communication, Rhine-Waal University
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Research Director, Institute for Science and Innovation Communication
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