Science and Technology Education for Citizenship: The Potential Role of the Press.

@inproceedings{Dimopoulos2003ScienceAT,
  title={Science and Technology Education for Citizenship: The Potential Role of the Press.},
  author={Kostas Dimopoulos and Vasilis Koulaidis},
  year={2003}
}
This paper aims to explore the potential suitability of the press as a teaching resource for raising scientific literacy for citizenship within science education. Our methodology is based on a content analysis of a sample of 1867 articles about science and technology from four Greek newspapers. The analysis showed that the press is potentially a useful tool for teaching certain aspects of science and technology for citizenship since it (a) provides a constant flow of relevant articles on a… CONTINUE READING

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