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Science communication theory and practice

About

As one of the oldest science communication academic departments in the world, CPAS has a deep and abiding interest in both the theory and practice of science communication, and in linkages and contradictions between the two. All research projects conducted in the department have elements of both or either, but projects in this research theme are those that, at their core, scrutinise or test specific elements of science communication theory and its relationship to practice, or that provide baseline surveys of science communication practice in particular places or times.

Contact theme convenor Professor Sue Stocklmayer for more information or click on the other tabs to find people, projects and events associated with this theme.

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Projects

Mitsuru's PhD research focuses on practice of science communication in Japan.

This project investigates how hype is used to communicate science and the impact of hype on trust and engagement.

For more information about this project please contact cpas@anu.edu.au.

For more information about this project, contact the researcher, supervisor or cpas@anu.edu.au.

Science communication, over the last two decades, has shifted its onus from public understanding to public engagement.

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