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This paper considers in the context of science communication Ward’s (2011) model of new media ethics, a model that accounts for citizens’ newfound and eagerly exercised ability to participate in news processes. Citizen flourishing is recommended as an appropriate goal for science communication.

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https://doi.org/10.31274/sciencecommunication-180809-98

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Why Share Science News? Normative Aspects of Science Journalism in the Era of Social Media

This paper considers in the context of science communication Ward’s (2011) model of new media ethics, a model that accounts for citizens’ newfound and eagerly exercised ability to participate in news processes. Citizen flourishing is recommended as an appropriate goal for science communication.

 

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