April 20, 2014
Goodwin, Jean. (2014). Conceptions of speech acts in the theory and practice of argumentation: A case study of a debate about advocating. Studies in Logic, Grammar & Rhetoric, 36 (49), 79-98. Far from being of interest only to argumentation theorists, concep- tions of speech acts play an important role in practitioners’ self-reflection on their own activities. […]
Goodwin, Jean, Michael Dahlstrom, Mari Kemis, Clark Wolf & Christine Hutchison. (2013). A Preliminary Report on Cases for Teaching Responsible Communication of Science. In Jean Goodwin, Michael F. Dahlstrom & Susanna Priest (Eds.), Ethical issues in science communication: A theory-based approach (pp. 71-79). Charleston, SC: CreateSpace. As scientists heed the call to achieve broader impacts […]
Goodwin, Jean, Dahlstrom, Michael F., & Priest, Susanna. (2013). Introduction: Towards a research agenda for science communication ethics. In Jean Goodwin, Michael F. Dahlstrom & Susanna Priest (Eds.), Ethical issues in science communication: A theory-based approach (pp. 1-3). Charleston, SC: CreateSpace. The ethical issues surrounding communication of science to the public, as predicted before the […]
Goodwin, J. (2014). Introduction: Collaborations between scientists and rhetoricians of science/technology/medicine. Poroi, 10(1). doi:10.13008/2151-2957.1176 It is the best of times: scientists and humanists studying communication know they need each other. It is the worst of times: what we expect of each other doesn’t match up. In this introduction to a special section of Poroi, I describe […]
Goodwin, Jean; Dahlstrom, Michael F.; Kemis, Mari; Wolf, Clark; and Hutchison, Christine. “Rhetorical Resources for Teaching Responsible Communication of Science.” Poroi 10, Iss. 1 (2014): Article 7. doi:10.13008/2151-2957.1179 A report on our NSF-funded work to build cases exploring ethical challenges when scientists address the public. Get this paper at: http://ir.uiowa.edu/poroi/vol10/iss1/7/
December 24, 2013
Goodwin, Jean, Michael F. Dahlstrom & Susanna Priest (Eds.), Ethical issues in science communication: A theory-based approach: Proceedings of a symposium at Iowa State University, May 30-June 1, 2013. Charleston, SC: CreateSpace. Buy it at Amazon.
December 3, 2013
Climate scientists need the trust of lay audiences if they are to share their knowledge. But significant audience segments—those doubtful or dismissive of climate change—distrust climate scientists.