Atención pública a la ciencia 1820-2010: un panorama longue durée

  • Martin W. Bauer [Suiza]

Resumen

Publicamos la traducción de este artículo del profesor Martin W. Bauer, que formó parte del libro The Sciences’ Media Connection –Public Communication and its Repercussions, editado por Simone Rödder, Martina Franzen y Peter Weingart en 2012*. En la parte III de dicha publicación, dedicada a la cobertura mediática de la ciencia, se incluye este estudio que analiza un periodo de dos siglos dotándolo de un índice que refleja el nivel de atención pública a la ciencia. Esta perspectiva a largo plazo, con metodologías sistemáticas para el análisis, es una aportación esencial para este monográfico, por lo que se procede a su reedición traducida. [PV].

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Publicado
2022-09-30
Cómo citar
Bauer, M. W. (2022). Atención pública a la ciencia 1820-2010: un panorama longue durée. Príncipe De Viana, (285), 29-56. https://doi.org/10.35462/pv.285.2
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COMUNICACIÓN DE LA CIENCIA: HISTORIA, MODELOS Y ESTRATEGIAS