Making Scientific Communication Work

In the Spring 2018 issue of the Stanford Social Innovation Review, author Elizabeth Good Christopherson and colleagues argue that new approaches to scientific communication are needed. When faced with public doubt or misunderstanding, Christopherson argues, scientists should roll up their sleeves and engage with audiences in a bi-directional dialogue about their communication preferences, including paying more attention to subtle behavioural influences, such as message framing.

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