Scientists vs. journalists?: obligations, risks and benefits of communicating science to the public

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Title: Scientists vs. journalists?: obligations, risks and benefits of communicating science to the public
Author: Beerman, Daniel; Allen, William, 1952-
Keywords: interdisciplinary collaboration
communication
Date: 2011
Abstract: Scientists, for many reasons, aren't always the best communicators. Yet, communication skills are vital when informing the public about new research and scientific developments. This process involves scientists, the public and the media institutions through which they connect. The relationship between these groups is a subject of many studies and discussions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10355/10641

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