Russia: Russian pendulum: From glorious science propaganda to modest public engagement initiatives

  title={Russia: Russian pendulum: From glorious science propaganda to modest public engagement initiatives},
  author={Alexandra O. Borissova and Dmitry Malkov},
Politicization of Science Journalism: How Russian Journalists Covered the Covid-19 Pandemic
ABSTRACT The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has become a stress test for science journalism worldwide. In this paper, we explore the under-researched topic of the perceived role enactment of


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