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A Preliminary Report on Cases for Teaching Responsible Communication of Science

February 4, 2014

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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 […]

Towards a research agenda for science communication ethics

February 4, 2014

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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 […]

Introduction: Collaborations between scientists and rhetoricians of science/technology/medicine

February 4, 2014

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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 […]

Rhetorical Resources for Teaching Responsible Communication of Science

February 4, 2014

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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/

Ethical issues in science communication

December 24, 2013

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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.

Communication strategies for earning trust in climate change debates

December 3, 2013

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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.

“Editors’ Note” [to theme issue on science communication ethics].

October 1, 2012

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Why we need to be studying the ethics of science communication

Between Scientists & Citizens: Proceedings of a Conference at Iowa State University, June 1-2, 2012

July 26, 2012

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41 papers at the intersection of expertise, civic controversies, and communication.

Lippmann, the indispensable opposition

July 14, 2012

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Lippmann's thoroughgoing pessimism may lead us to a better understanding of the role of communication in public deliberations between scientists and citizens.

What is ‘responsible advocacy’ in science? Good advice.

July 14, 2012

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"Responsible" advocacy is still advocacy. To be good, it should be zealous. But zeal undermines scientific authority. So advising, not advocating, should be the speech act of choice.

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