Post-truth: Has Science Communication Failed (Us Scholars)?

Inspired by our first-day debate here at Bellagio, as to how ‘honest’ today’s “Honest Brokers” (Pielke 2007, @RogerPielkeJr) in institutional communication really are, and preparing for our second-day discussion on the policy-dimenssion of pcst, I would like to point everyone Read More …

Salmon et al. 2017, “The reflexive scientist: an approach to transforming public engagement”

Here’s the article I referred to in a comment on the thread “Bringing research and practice together.” Salmon, Rhian A., Priestley, Rebecca K., & Goven, Joanna. (2017). The reflexive scientist: an approach to transforming public engagement. Journal of Environmental Studies Read More …

Research in Science communication in Latin America

RedPOP, the science communication network for Latin America and the Caribbean, and collaborators, carried a study aiming to identify the papers on science communication published by academic journals written by authors in the region and/or about the region. After analyzing Read More …

Recent research reports on science literacy and on the science of science communication

[Warning: This is a long post. Sorry about that.] At least six times in the last two years, the U.S. National Academies of Science, Engineering, & Medicine (NASEM) has included science communication as a key component of its reports. That Read More …