Table of contents for Handbook of public communication of science and technology / edited by Massimiano Bucchi and Brian Trench.

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Notes on contributors
Massimiano Bucchi and Brian Trench		Introduction		
1 Jon Turney				Popular Science Books
2 Sharon Dunwoody 				Science Journalism
3 Bernard Schiele 		Science Museums and Science Centers 
4 David Kirby		Cinematic Science
5 Massimiano Bucchi 	Of Deficits, Deviations and Dialogues: Theories of Public Communication of Science
6 Robert Logan				Health Campaign Research
7 Iina Hellsten and Brigitte Nehrlich 	Genetics and Genomics: The Ethics and Politics of Metaphorical Framing 
8 Martin Bauer	Survey Research and the Public Understanding of Science
9 Hans Peter Peters				Scientists as Public Experts
10 Rick Borchelt	Public Relations in Science: Managing the Trust Portfolio
11 Steven Yearley 	Environmental Groups and other NGOs as Science Communicators 
12 Edna Einsiedel				Public Participation and Dialogue 
13 Brian Trench 	Internet: Turning Science Communication Inside-Out
14 Alan Irwin	Risk, Science and Public Communication: Third-Order Thinking about Scientific Culture 
15 Hesther du Plessis 	Public Communication of Science and Technology in Developing Countries
16 Angela Cassidy					Communicating the Social Sciences
17 Federico Neresini and Giuseppe Pellegrini	Evaluating Public Communication of Science and Technology

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Communication in science -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.
Technical writing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc.