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by Mark L. Brake,Emma Weitkamp
Author: Mark L. Brake,Emma Weitkamp
Publisher: Palgrave; 2009 edition (December 15, 2009)
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Practical chapters explain key methods and give tips on overcoming communication issues and problems, whilst introducing the reader to a theoretical understanding of science communication. See all Product description.
MARK BRAKE is Professor of Science Communication in the Department of Health, Sport and Science at the University of Glamorgan, UK. He is recognised as a leading academic in the field and has published many books, including Different Engines: How Science Drives Fiction an. . He is recognised as a leading academic in the field and has published many books, including Different Engines: How Science Drives Fiction and Fiction Drives Science and FutureWorld. EMMA WEITKAMP is a Senior Lecturer in Science Communication at the University of the West of England, UK. She also has a background in medical writing and public relations.
Introducing Science Communication book. The subject: An introductory textbook for students of science communication. Why I chose it: I am interested in science communication as a career, but not sure I want to do a Masters in it.
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Associate Professor in Science Communication, The University of the West of England. Introducing science communication: A practical guide. ML Brake, E Weitkamp. Science Communication environmental communication science and the arts. Articles Cited by Co-authors. Macmillan International Higher Education, 2009.
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Walmart 9780230573857. Each chapter explains key methods and issues, providing the reader with practical and theoretical understanding of science communication. This is an essential text for students learning how to communicate science in today's media. MacMillan Education UK, Palgrave.
Introducing Science Communication: A Practical Guide
Introducing Science Communication: A Practical Guide. This book presents a short history of science communication before comprehensively offering ideas, inspiration and practical advice for the design and delivery of effective science communication activity and events. The book uses a variety of case studies written by highly regarded scientists from around the globe to highlight and illustrate areas such as interacting with schools, policy makers, citizen scientists and the general public.
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