Scientific Evidence and Science Journalism

@article{Guenther2017ScientificEA,
  title={Scientific Evidence and Science Journalism},
  author={Lars Guenther and Jenny Bischoff and Anna L{\"o}we and Hanna Marzinkowski and M. Voigt},
  journal={Journalism Studies},
  year={2017},
  volume={20},
  pages={40 - 59}
}
Science journalism in print and online media is an important source of information for laypersons. While science journalists established their own professional routines and standards, different actors (and scientists in particular) often criticise science journalism for not being transparent and accurate enough. One critical point raised concerns journalists’ representation of scientific evidence. Against this background, the current study investigated which kind of information about scientific… Expand
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