Comunicación científica en contextos organizacionales: hacia un «giro organizacional» en la investigación sobre comunicación científica

  • Mike S. Schäfer IKMZ - Departamento de Investigación en Comunicaciones y Medios de Comunicación, Universidad de Zúrich, Zúrich (Suiza) [Suiza]
  • Birte Fähnrich Academia de Ciencias y Humanidades de Berlín-Brandenburgo, Berlín (Alemania) [Alemania]

Resumen

Mike S. Schäfer, presidente del comité AGORA, Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF), para el diálogo entre científicos y sociedad, escribe en 2020 un artículo sobre comunicación científica en contextos organizacionales que supone un enfoque novedoso en las referencias sobre comunicación de la ciencia y que se considera especialmente relevante para el análisis de la divulgación científica y para este*. [PV].

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Publicado
2022-10-24
Cómo citar
Schäfer, M. S., & Fähnrich, B. (2022). Comunicación científica en contextos organizacionales: hacia un «giro organizacional» en la investigación sobre comunicación científica. Príncipe De Viana, (285), 57-77. https://doi.org/10.35462/pv.285.3
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COMUNICACIÓN DE LA CIENCIA: HISTORIA, MODELOS Y ESTRATEGIAS