Communication

Making Sense of Chemical Stories

Debunking Chemical Myths

Sense About Science have launched the new edition of their public guide ‘Making Sense of Chemical Stories’ this week, debunking chemical […]

6 years ago
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How Scholars Can Be Strategic Communicators

As academics, we are not usually trained – or even encouraged – to seek an audience for our research beyond the world of peer review. This leaves us ill-equipped for the policy world, a competitive place in which scholars enjoy few advantages. To bring our ideas and findings into the policy arena, we must adopt a style of engagement that enable us to compete effectively with these other groups for the attention of decision-makers.

7 years ago
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My Social Science Career: Interview with Linda Putnam

As part of a series of occasional interviews with leading social scientists, Linda Putnam, Chair of the Department of Communication, University of California, Santa Barbara, spoke to socialsciencespace about her career.

8 years ago
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My Social Science Career: Interview with Sandra Ball-Rokeach

I’m a sociologist and my primary role at this stage of my career is championing theory-driven research, but also research that you put into action: I’m not just a theorist, or just a researcher, or just an action-person – rather I’m trying to link all of those together.

8 years ago
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Raise that pulse, share that link

Tom Jacobs reports in Miller McCune Magazine on a recent study which finds anxiety, amusement, and even exercise, can compel people to […]

9 years ago
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The Accessibility of Articles

Academics have a responsibility to make their work as accessible as possible. This not only means publishing their findings and […]

10 years ago
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