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Academic Engagement in Public and Political Discourse

@inproceedings{Hoffman2015AcademicEI,
  title={Academic Engagement in Public and Political Discourse},
  author={A. Hoffman and Shelie A. Miller and P. N. Edwards and S. Glotzer and L. Lefsrud and David M. Uhlmann},
  year={2015}
}
Project Directors: 1. Andrew Hoffman, Director, Erb Institute for Global Sustainable Enterprise, Ross School of Business and School of Natural Resources and Environment 2. Mark Barteau, Director, Energy Institute, School of Engineering 3. Andrew Maynard, Director, Risk Science Center, School of Public Health 4. Shelie Miller, School of Natural Resources and Environment 5. Don Scavia, Director, Graham Environmental Sustainability Institute, School of Engineering and School of Natural Resources… Expand
13 Citations
Scientists’ incentives and attitudes toward public communication
Enhancing the Practical Relevance of Research
Engagement at the science-policy interface.
Motivated Reasoning and Disabled People
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How scientists view the public, the media and the political process
The Scientific Consensus on Climate Change
Climate Science as Culture War
Fixing the communications failure
Perception of risk.
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