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Jean Goodwin

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North Carolina Sea Grant College Program coastal extension and communication specialists share a strong belief in applied science and pursue outreach much like agricultural extension agents. These papers document the challenges inherent in communicating science by this community of practice through 12 months of participant observation and in-depth interviews.

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https://doi.org/10.31274/sciencecommunication-180809-89

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Balancing Substance and Style on a Budget: How North Carolina Sea Grant Communicates Science (Part 1)

North Carolina Sea Grant College Program coastal extension and communication specialists share a strong belief in applied science and pursue outreach much like agricultural extension agents. These papers document the challenges inherent in communicating science by this community of practice through 12 months of participant observation and in-depth interviews.

 

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