PCST2023 Online: Past, present, future: Scicom and politics

PCST2023 Online: 5 April 2023 Session 1

In this session presenters explored connections between science communication, politics and social themes.

Chinese science has no past unless it is patriotic: How is the future of science different from the past? A comparative study of biographies of scientists and science news
Presenter: Zimu Wang, China University of Labor Relations, China
Co-author: Qing Xiao, Communication University of China, China

The social conversation around science and the commodification of science: Making a case for science communication as propaganda
Presenter: Luis Arboledas-Lérida, Universidad de Sevilla, Spain

“You can do better than that!” – Climate and Covid-19 experts addressing politics on Twitter
Presenter: Nicola Peters, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
Co-author: Kaija Biermann, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany
Co-author: Monika Taddicken, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Germany

Implications of science communication for NGOs in addressing COVID-19 in Bangladesh: A qualitative reflection
Presenter: Habib Mohammad Ali, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh, Bangladesh
Co-author: Bishaka Tanchangya, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh, Bangladesh

Science Communication for Social Action: A Proof of Concept
Presenter: Dr A.P. Jayaraman, National Centre for Science Communicators, India

Chair: Jenni Metcalfe, Econnect Communication, Australia

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