Science and the Media: Alternative Routes in Scientific Communication

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INDEX
Abbott, A. 137
AIDS (Acquired Immuno-deficiency Syndrome) 18, 20;
as boundary object 132;
public negotiation of 132-3;
social representations of 6
Alfvén, H. 99
Algarotti, F. 2
Alpher, R. 84
Alvarez, L. 11, 19, 20
Amaldi, U. 50
analogies in science communication 22;
in the cold fusion case 80-1
Ansley, D. 43
Appleyard, B. 97
Arp, H. 86
Asimov, I. 99
Atiyah, M. 100

b
Backoff, R.H. 27
backstage 123-30;
exposure of in the cold fusion case 64, 66, 129-30;
Goffman’s definition of 123;
institutionalization of 127;
scientific laboratory as backstage 126;
specialist discussion as backstage 126;
tension between backstages and frontstages 128, 129
Balmer, B. 10
Benveniste, G. 125
Berdoe, E. 116
Bertin, A. 39, 61
Big Bang 82-100;
as boundary object 31-2, 98-100, 133;
and COBE results 82;
criticism of 85-7, 91;
label coined in the mass media 19, 83;
as paradigm 90-1;
public appeal of 87;
resonance with religious concepts of 87
Bishop, J. 70
Black, M. 22
Bloch, E. 69
Bloor, D. 142, 144
Blowitz, H. de 103
Bockris, J. 41, 64, 68
Bodereiner, J. 68
Bogle, P. 70
Bohr, N. 25
Bondi, H. 84
Boslough, J. 85-6
Bouley, H. 105
boundary objects 30-2, 132-3;
metaphors and paradoxes as 30-2;
and scientific paradigms 31;
and social representations 31, 133
boundary work 15;
around a scientific paradigm 17, 131, 138;
between science and non-science 17, 130;
between scientific disciplines 17, 131;
constitutive boundary work 15-17, 137-8;
as related to deviation 15, 130-46
Boyd, R. 23-5
Breeders, The 82

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Figures ix
  • Preface x
  • Acknowledgements xii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - When Scientists Turn to the Public 15
  • 3 - Case Studies 33
  • 4 - Lines and Tensions 123
  • Notes 148
  • References 176
  • Index 191
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