Mixed Report Card on Science in Media

Pockley, Peter
May 2005
Australasian Science;May2005, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p37
Reflects on the conveyance of science to the Australian public over a certain period of concerted coverage in the media. Growth of science reportage and analysis; Sources and styles of science reportage; Significant change in science communication.


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