Publications

The following is a list CPAS publications for the last 10 years. For older publications please visit the archive page. When working with government and industry partners, CPAS researchers often publish formal research reports outside the peer-reviewed literature to enhance their accessibility to stakeholders and publics. Read more about CPAS research reports.

2013

Book chapters

  • 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
  • Orthia, L. (2013). Introduction. In Orthia, L. (Ed). Doctor Who and Race. Bristol: Intellect Books, pp. 1-11.
  • Perera, S. & Stocklmayer, S. (2013). Science Communication and Science Education. 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. 180-196.  
  • Searle, S.D. (2013). Scientists' Engagement with the Public. 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. 41-58.  
  • Stocklmayer, S. (2013). Engagement with Science: Models 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. 19-38.  
  • Stocklmayer, S.M., & Cerini, B. (2013). The importance of informal learning in science for innovation education. In L.V. Shavinina (Ed.) The Routledge International Handbook of Innovation Education. London: Routledge, pp. 372-384.

Refereed journal papers

  • Derrick, G.E.Bryant, C. (2013). The role of research incentives in medical research organisations. R&D Management, 43(1), 75-86.
  • McKinnon, M., Barza, L., & Moussa-Inaty, J. (2013). Public versus private education in primary science: The case of Abu Dhabi schools. International Journal of Educational Research, 62: 51-61.
  • Russell, A.W. (2013). Improving legitimacy in nanotechnology policy development through stakeholder and community engagement: forging new pathways. Review of Policy Research 30(5): 566-587.
  • Shadbolt, N.A., Parker, M.A., & Orthia, L.A. (2013). Communicating endometriosis with young women to decrease diagnosis time. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 24(2): 151-154.
  • Walker, G.J., Stocklmayer, S.M., & Grant, W.J. (2013). Science theatre: Changing South African students' intended behaviour towards HIV AIDS. International Journal of Science Education Part B: Communication and Public Engagement 3(2): 101-120.

Refereed conference papers

  • Gates-Stuart, E., Nguyen, C., Adcock, M., Bradley, J., Morell, M., & Lovell, D.R. (2013). Art and science as creative catalysts. In Proceedings of the IEEE VIS Arts Program (VISAP), Atlanta, Georgia, October 2013. A condensed version republished in Leonardo, 2015, doi:10.1162/LEON_a_01065.
  • Li, R., & Orthia, L.A. (2013). Are people inspired by The Big Bang Theory to find out more about science? Results from focus group-based audience research. In Proceedings of 4th Annual Popular Culture Association of Australia and New Zealand (PopCAANZ) Conference, Brisbane, 24-26 June 2013, pp. 248-257.

Invited keynote presentations

  • Stocklmayer, S.M., Gore, M.M. & Skeldon, K. It isn’t really like that! Presentation at the International Science Festival, Kirkwall, Orkney, September 2013.

Conference presentations

  • Li, R. (2013) "What's the jist, physicist?" Understanding the nature of a career in science using The Big Bang Theory. Paper presented at the International PCA/ACA Conference, Warsaw, Poland, July 22-24 2013.
  • Li, R. (2013) "When you understand the laws of physics, Penny, anything is possible": Sparking interest in science through The Big Bang Theory. Paper presented at the PopCAANZ 4th Annual International Conference, Brisbane, Australia, June 24-26 2013.

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