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Public Understanding of Science November 2015; Vol. 24, No. 8

Submitted by syntaxfactory on October 7, 2015 - 9:02pm

Public Understanding of Science
November 2015; Vol. 24, No. 8
PUS has gone global in documenting the local culture of science
Martin W. Bauer

Invited Essay
Mapping science communication scholarship in China: Content analysis on breadth, depth and agenda of published research
Linjia Xu, Biaowen Huang, and Guosheng Wu

The ‘credibility paradox’ in China’s science communication: Views from scientific practitioners
Joy Yueyue Zhang

Come rain or shine? Public expectation on local weather change and differential effects on climate change attitude
Alex Y. Lo and C. Y. Jim

The four cultures: Public engagement with science only, art only, neither, or both museums
Paichi Pat Shein, Yuh-Yuh Li, and Tai-Chu Huang

Residents’ awareness and attitudes about an ongoing community-based genome cohort study in Nagahama, Japan
Keiko Miyamoto, Miho Iwakuma, and Takeo Nakayama

Public understanding of cyclone warning in India: Can wind be predicted?
Biswanath Dash

Mass media constructions of ‘socio-psychological epidemics’ in sub-Saharan Africa: The case of genital shrinking in 11 countries
Ama de-Graft Aikins, Vivian A. Dzokoto, and Earl Yevak

‘I don’t get this climate stuff!’ Making sense of climate change among the corporate middle class in Lagos
Adeniyi P. Asiyanbi

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