Science Journalism, Value Judgments, and the Open Science Movement

@article{Elliott2019ScienceJV,
  title={Science Journalism, Value Judgments, and the Open Science Movement},
  author={K. Elliott},
  journal={Frontiers in Communication},
  year={2019},
  volume={4}
}
  • K. Elliott
  • Published 2019
  • Sociology
  • Frontiers in Communication
Science journalists face significant challenges as they seek to achieve the dual goals of providing balanced perspectives that consider all sides of the stories they cover and at the same time avoiding the presentation of unreliable or misleading information. This paper draws on recent scholarship in the philosophy of science that can help journalists navigate these challenges and report on scientific research in socially beneficial ways. The paper proposes that science journalists have the… Expand
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