Table of contents - Special Issue: Communicating Science in Organizational Contexts: Towards an “Organizational Turn” in Science Communication Research
Guest Editors: Mike S.Schäfer, BirteFähnrich
Communicating science in organizational contexts: toward an “organizational turn” in science communication researchMike S. Schäfer, Birte Fähnrich
Research on science communication in organizational contexts is scarce – even though many cases can be found where organizations from science and beyond communicate about…
The purpose of this paper is to describe five key lessons learned from a decade of studying how scientists and science communicators think about communication strategy.
Science communication, strategic communication and rhetoric: the case of health authorities, vaccine hesitancy, trust and credibilityØyvind Ihlen
There is a great potential in pulling together science communication and strategic communication, especially given how the former has gained importance in organizational contexts…
This paper looks at science communication through an organisational lens with the aim of assessing the relevance of different organisational forms for science communication.
Communicating science in higher education and research institutions: An organization communication perspective on science communicationThorsten Schwetje, Christiane Hauser, Stefan Böschen, Annette Leßmöllmann
The paper reports on a research project exploring the change in the organizational context of communicators and communication units in higher education and research institutions…
Exploring the intersections: researchers and communication professionals' perspectives on the organizational role of science communicationKaisu Koivumäki, Clare Wilkinson
This paper reports on research exploring the intersections between researchers and communication professionals' perspectives on the objectives, funders and organizational…
This article offers an in-depth exploration of university communications practice by describing and analysing a publicity and recruitment campaign, called ‘Challenge Everything’…
Corporate communication about climate science: A comparative analysis of top corporations in New Zealand, Australia, and Global Fortune 500Jagadish Thaker
The purpose of this paper is to comparatively analyze how top corporations in New Zealand, Australia and the Global Fortune 500 group communicate about climate science.
Evaluating universities' strategic online communication: how do Shanghai Ranking's top 50 universities grow stakeholder engagement with Facebook posts?Birte Fähnrich, Jens Vogelgesang, Michael Scharkow
This study is dedicated to universities' strategic social media communication and focuses on the fan engagement triggered by Facebook postings. The study contributes to a growing…
This study analyzed the effects of the visibility and evaluation of universities in news media coverage on the development of their private and public third-party funds.
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