Anthropology in Practice – Catfishing: The Truth About Deception Online
Medical Anthropology – Special Issue: THE POLITICS AND ANTI-POLITICS OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES CONTROL
The Atlantic – What Are the Economic Consequences of Climate Change?
The Breakthrough Institute (Mathew Nisbet’s ‘The Public Square’) – Mixing Diet Advice and Climate Advocacy? Projecting Personal Values Can Backfire
Climate Central – Carbon Capture Faces Hurdles of Will, Not Technology
The Cultural Cognition Project blog – What you “believe” about climate change doesn’t reflect what you know; it expresses *who you are*
Journalist’s Resource – How to mitigate climate change: Key facts from the U.N.’s 2014 report
The Yale Forum on Climate Change & the Media – Data Journalism: Do the Numbers Add Up to Climate Action?
Manchester Policy Blogs: Science & Technology – Towards sustainable consumption: start by reframing the questions
Ars Technica – Ars looks back at 25 years of puke-green Game Boy memories
The Bubble Chamber – Infographic: Americans use more energy in 2013 than in 2012
The Breakthrough Institute – Cheap Nuclear: UC Berkeley’s Per Peterson Pursues Radical New Design with Off-the-Shelf Technologies
Climate Central – Fracking Company Considers Revealing Secret Chemicals
New York Times Dot Earth blog – A Deeper Look at a Study Finding High Leak Rates From Gas Drilling
New York Times – House Calls Are Making a Comeback
Sociological Images – What do Professors do all day?
Harvard Business Review blog network – What Makes the Best Infographics So Convincing
Reciprocal Space – Open Access — yes you can
Savage Minds – A continuum of peer review
Slate – Cuts and Shutdowns Are Hurting Science
SCIENCE – COMMUNICATION
Canadian Science Writers’ Association – OpenSciLogs: The Evolution of Popular Science, Maybe
Medical Museion – Pregnancy science communication
SCIENCE – POLICY
Refractive Index – Democratising Scientific Advice
SCIENCE – POLITICS
The Guardian’s Political Science blog –
- What’s really behind George Osborne’s shiny new science ship?
- Ships before seeds? Kew, Arctic research and UK science funding
SCIENCE – PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT
Ars Technica – US public’s acceptance of scientific knowledge erratic
The Breakthrough Institute (Mathew Nisbet’s The public Square) – Shifting the Health Care Debate: Insights from Science Policy Controversies to Inform Public Engagement
Making Science Public blog – On being a Science Public
The Atlantic – How We Grieve on Social Media
Journal of Geography in Higher Education – Blogging geographies [AHEAD OF PRINT]
Savage Minds – Real cash feeds Facebook’s monopoly over your private life
Speakers of Science blog – Tweets from the Ivory Tower
OTHER ROUND UPS
The Bubble Chamber – Weekly Roundup
Don’t Get Caught (Communications blog) – The Weekend Read
Nieman Journalism Lab – This Week in Review: Net neutrality under threat, and Aereo and the future of free TV
Not Exactly Rocket Science – I’ve Got Your Missing Links Right Here (26 April 2014)
Savage Minds – Around the Web Digest: Week of April 20
Speakers of Science blog – Reads of the Week 25 April 2014 – Visual Storytelling, Beautiful Science Writing and More!
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