Editor

Jean Goodwin

Proceedings Title

Between Scientists & Citizens

Description

By analyzing three case studies (neutrinos, victimization survey and quality of mass media), our present issue is to figure out if underlying successive accommodations to new rhetorical situations will have an impact on the respective importance of logos, ethos and pathos. We would like to pinpoint the stakes of science’s public dimensions considering the scientists’ image, their expertise, and also the given results’ implication. We will especially take into account scientific papers that may be or are potentially controversial in the political, media and civic spheres.

DOI

https://doi.org/10.31274/sciencecommunication-180809-69

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“Accommodating Science”: A New Way of Thinking about Rhetorical Dynamics

By analyzing three case studies (neutrinos, victimization survey and quality of mass media), our present issue is to figure out if underlying successive accommodations to new rhetorical situations will have an impact on the respective importance of logos, ethos and pathos. We would like to pinpoint the stakes of science’s public dimensions considering the scientists’ image, their expertise, and also the given results’ implication. We will especially take into account scientific papers that may be or are potentially controversial in the political, media and civic spheres.

 

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