Bibliography – Science Communication (writings about)

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Balbin, Miguel. “What Does It Mean to Be a Science Communicator?” Animate Your Science, 2022. Cite
Besley, John C., and Andrea H. Tanner. “What Science Communication Scholars Think About Training Scientists to Communicate.” Science Communication 33, no. 2 (2011): 239–63. Cite
Blum, Deborah, Mary Knudson, and Robin Marantz Henig, eds. “Writing Well About Science: Techniques From Teachers of Science Writing.” In A Field Guide for Science Writers. Oxford University Press, 2005. Cite
Blum, Deborah, Mary Knudson, and Robin Marantz Henig, eds. A Field Guide for Science Writers. 2nd ed. Oxford [England] ; New York: Oxford University Press, 2006. Cite
Bucchi, Massimiano, and Brian Trench, eds. Routledge Handbook of Public Communication of Science and Technology. Second edition. London ; New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2014. Cite
Dudo, Anthony, John C. Besley, and Shupei Yuan. “Science Communication Training in North America: Preparing Whom to Do What With What Effect?” Science Communication 43, no. 1 (2021): 33–63. Cite
Fähnrich, Birte, Clare Wilkinson, Emma Weitkamp, Laura Heintz, Andy Ridgway, and Elena Milani. “RETHINKING Science Communication Education and Training: Towards a Competence Model for Science Communication.” Frontiers in Communication 6 (2021). Cite
Newman, Todd P., ed. Theory and Best Practices in Science Communication Training. First published 2020. Routledge Studies in Environmental Communication and Media. London New York: Routledge earthscan, 2020. Cite
Ngumbi, Esther. “How to Become a Scientist Communicator.” Scientific American Blog Network (blog), 2019. Cite
NIH (National Institutes of Health). “Careers in Science Writing – Informational Handout,” n. d. Cite
Ren, Fujun, and Jiequan Zhai. “History of Science & Technology Communication & Popularization.” In Communication and Popularization of Science and Technology in China, edited by Fujun Ren and Jiequan Zhai, 1–33. Berlin, Heidelberg: Springer, 2014. Cite
Rowan, Katherine E. “Moving beyond the What to the <em>Why</Em>: Differences in Professional and Popular Science Writing.” Journal of Technical Writing and Communication 19, no. 2 (1989): 161–79. Cite
Trang, Brittany, and Brianna Barbu. “The Beginner’s Guide to a Career in Science Writing.” Cell Mentor, 2021. Cite