Science journalism: the standardisation of information from the press to the internet

@inproceedings{OlveraLobo2015ScienceJT,
  title={Science journalism: the standardisation of information from the press to the internet},
  author={M. Olvera-Lobo and L. L{\'o}pez},
  year={2015}
}
Introduction For more than a century science journalists have acted as mediators between science and the general public, thus taking on the task of conveying the progress of research and contributing, with their educational role, to shaping the critical opinion on scientific and technological development [Treise and Weigold, 2002]. Hence, it is possible to say that they have been the main creators of the social image of scientific research that has been projected. 
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