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Jean Goodwin, Michael F. Dahlstrom, and Susanna Priest

Proceedings Title

Ethical Issues in Science Communication: A Theory-Based Approach

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To address the communication gap between nano-scientists and ethicists, nano-scientists’ ethical information seeking and sharing behavior are examined. Drawing on Ethics Position Theory (EPT) and Planned Risk Information Seeking Model (PRISM), this study seeks to profile ethical practices among nano-scientists and identify predictors for ethical information seeking and sharing

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https://doi.org/10.31274/sciencecommunication-180809-37

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Nano-scientists as Consumers and Sources of Information about Nanoethics

To address the communication gap between nano-scientists and ethicists, nano-scientists’ ethical information seeking and sharing behavior are examined. Drawing on Ethics Position Theory (EPT) and Planned Risk Information Seeking Model (PRISM), this study seeks to profile ethical practices among nano-scientists and identify predictors for ethical information seeking and sharing

 

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