Publication
Title
Science journalism and social debate on modernization risks
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Abstract
Technoscientific risks have been creating a growing social demand for participation in the scientific citizenship. This interview will emphasize that decision making (and so, in a more general sense, democracy) in the knowledge society requires new mediatic forums and new communication processes suitable to the highly multi- and inter-disciplinary nature of modern social debates. It argues that a new research agenda for risk conflicts, and a more neutral role for science journalism, are needed.
Language
English
Source (journal)
JCOM: journal of science communication. - Trieste
Publication
Trieste : 2010
ISSN
1824-2049
Volume/pages
9:4(2010), p. 1-5
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UAntwerpen
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Publications with a UAntwerp address
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Creation 06.01.2011
Last edited 06.03.2015
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