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This study analyzes characters in four children's science education television programs. Results indicated that these programs presented some counter-stereotypical images of scientists and people interested in science. Males and females were equally likely to be scientists, and they were on...
The following excerpts are from a report that draws together the results from two pieces of research—an overview of science communication activities in Britain today and a detailed review of the public's attitude toward science. By combining the information from both studies, the report aims to...
This paper summarizes the rationale for identifying politicians as an important target audience for public understanding of science activities. It describes and provides evaluation information about an Australian program that provides science information to politicians. We conclude that...
This paper presents the results of the evaluation of a public understanding of a science project that presented the physics of “time travel” to 16-18 year olds through a CD-based interactive game. The results reveal interesting, and counterintuitive, gender differences. After an overview of...
Dutch universities offer 18 courses in journalistic (science) writing or science journalism, attracting hundreds of students every year. These courses differ in size, theoretical content, study load and admission requirements, but they all breed satisfied participants who have written some good...
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