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This paper will build inductively from case studies of Canadian crop biotechnology controversies toward an argument that critical communication studies and Science and Technology Studies can be brought to bear on an ethical agenda for science communicators to expose the tacit structures of power/knowledge that are often embedded within expert cultures.

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https://doi.org/10.31274/sciencecommunication-180809-29

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Science Communicators as Ethical Agents: Taking a Reflexive Politics of Knowledge Approach in Technoscience Controversies

This paper will build inductively from case studies of Canadian crop biotechnology controversies toward an argument that critical communication studies and Science and Technology Studies can be brought to bear on an ethical agenda for science communicators to expose the tacit structures of power/knowledge that are often embedded within expert cultures.

 

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