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Latest in science journalism

Below are articles that highlight current trends and issues in science journalism.

Global Science Journalism Report, SciDev, January 2013

Review of impartiality and accuracy of the BBC's coverage of science BBC Trust

Submission to the Leverson enquiry The Science Media Centre

Questions scientists and journalists still need to answer Guardian, March 2012

Should science journalists read the papers on which their stories are based?, March 2012

In January 2010 The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills Science and Media group  published Science and the Media: Securing the Future.

These articles discuss the relationship of science and the media:

Why I spoofed science journalism and how to fix it (Guardian, Oct 2010)

Working with the media (Sciencewise, 2009) 

Science and the Media (American Academy of Arts & Sciences, pdf 567kb, 2010)

Science journalism in developing countries (scidev.net, 2009)

The rise of blogs (NatureNews, 2009)

Live Liverpool Daily Post editorial meeting (journalism.co.uk, 2008)

Ethics of science journalism (Journal of ethics and environmental politics, 2008)

How journalism can hide the truth about science (Scidev.net, 2007)

Journalism and controversial issues (paper to the annual meeting of the International Communication Association, 2006)

 

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