(2008). Communicating science in the digital age - issues and prospects for public engagement.
In: MacLennan, Jennifer ed.
Readings for Technical Communication.
Canada: Oxford University Press Canada, pp. 68–76.
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This article draws on sociologically-informed theoretical conceptualisations of scientific citizenship and public engagement with science in a range of informal settings. In so doing, the article addresses an emerging area of study - the relationship between digital science communication and public engagement - collating data from disparate sources and drawing on a series of case studies, analysing science communication in a range of broadcast, print and new media.
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