Publications

The following is a list CPAS publications for the last 10 years. For older publications please visit the archive page.

2014

Refereed journal papers

  • Dobos, A.R., Orthia, L.A., & Lamberts, R. (accepted, April 2014) Does a picture tell a thousand words? The uses of digitally produced, multimodal pictures for communicating information about Alzheimer’s disease. Public Understanding of Science.
  • McKinnon, M., & Lamberts, R. (2014). Influencing science teaching self-efficacy beliefs of primary school teachers: a longitudinal case study. International Journal of Science Education Part B: Communication and Public Engagement, 4(2), 172-194.
  • Perera, S. (2014). Is post-compulsory science a study option for everyone? Findings from an innovative science programme for young humanitarian immigrants in Australia. STEMplanet Journal, 1(1), online.
  • Smith, C. (2014) Public engagement in prioritizing research proposals: A case study. SAGE Open, 4(Jan-Mar): 1-10. DOI: 10.1177/2158244014523791

Conference presentations

  • Gates-Stuart, E. (2014). 3D titanium insects. Paper presented at the Australian Science Communicators Conference, Brisbane, Australia, February 2-5 2014.
  • Menzies, L. (2014). The role of listening in the reconceptualisation of climate communication. Paper presented at the Australian Science Communicators Conference, Brisbane, Australia, February 2-5 2014.
  • Searle, S.D. (2014). 'Inspiring Australia' - with evidence. Paper presented at the Australian Science Communicators Conference, Brisbane, Australia, February 2-5 2014.
  • Walker, G.J. (2014). 'The Difficult Years' - engaging teenagers. Paper presented at the Australian Science Communicators Conference, Brisbane, Australia, February 2-5 2014.
  • Walker, G.J. (2014). Science Theatre: Emotions and Relevance. Paper presented at the Australian Science Communicators Conference, Brisbane, Australia, February 2-5 2014.

Popular media

Selected media coverage

2013

Books

  • Gilbert, J.K., & Stocklmayer, S. (Eds). (2013). Communication and Engagement with Science and Technology: Issues and Dilemmas: A Reader in Science Communication. New York: Routledge.
  • Orthia, L. (Ed). (2013). Doctor Who and Race. Bristol: Intellect Books.

Book chapters

  • Bryant, C. (2013). Science Communication: The Consequences of Being Human. In Gilbert, J.K., & Stocklmayer, S. (Eds). Communication and Engagement with Science and Technology: Issues and Dilemmas: A Reader in Science Communication. New York: Routledge, pp. 273-289.  
  • Gilbert, J.K., & Stocklmayer, S. (2013). Preface: The Changing Face of Science Communication. In Gilbert, J.K., & Stocklmayer, S. (Eds). Communication and Engagement with Science and Technology: Issues and Dilemmas: A Reader in Science Communication. New York: Routledge, pp. viii-xii.
  • Grant, W.J. (2013). The Role of Science and Technology in Public Policy. What is Knowledge for? In Gilbert, J.K., & Stocklmayer, S. (Eds). Communication and Engagement with Science and Technology: Issues and Dilemmas: A Reader in Science Communication. New York: Routledge, pp. 59-73.  
  • Lamberts, R. (2013). Ethics and Accountability in Science and Technology. In Gilbert, J.K., & Stocklmayer, S. (Eds). Communication and Engagement with Science and Technology: Issues and Dilemmas: A Reader in Science Communication. New York: Routledge, pp. 130-147.  
  • Orthia, L.A. (2013). Savages, science, stagism and the naturalized ascendancy of the Not-We in Doctor Who. In Orthia, L. (Ed). Doctor Who and Race. Bristol: Intellect Books, pp. 269-287.
  • Orthia, L.A. (2013). Negotiating Public Resistance to Engagement in Science and Technology. In Gilbert, J.K., & Stocklmayer, S. (Eds). Communication and Engagement with Science and Technology: Issues and Dilemmas: A Reader in Science Communication. New York: Routledge, pp. 74-90.  
  • Orthia, L. (2013). Conclusion. In Orthia, L. (Ed). Doctor Who and Race. Bristol: Intellect Books, pp. 289-296

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