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Location: Kyoto and Auckland
Work interests: research, editing, science communication
Affiliation/website: National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka
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Preferred contact language(s): English, German
Contact: email = researchcooperative-at-gmail-dot-com
Favourite publications: Various, and especially the open access versions of older journals with effective review systems

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Work: ethnobotany, prehistory, museum curation
Affiliations: 1996-present: National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka. 1995: Freelance editor, Kyoto. 1994: JSPS Research Visitor, Kyoto University, Kyoto. 1993: Research Visitor, Australian National University, Canberra. 1991: Visiting Researcher, National Museum of Ethnology, Osaka.1990: STA Fellow, National Institute for Ornamental Plants, Vegetables, and Tea (NIVOT), Ano, Japan
Contact: National Museum of Ethnology, Senri Expo Park, Suita City, Osaka, Japan 565-8511
Biographical: Established the Research Cooperative in 2001
Favourite Publications: Various

A Survey for Science Writers and Communicators (cross-posting)

2015-02-21
By: Research Cooperative
Posted in: Writing

At the PCST list, PB Jarreau wrote last week:

I have around 450 responses now to my survey for science bloggers, about science blogging practices. Please share this survey link in any forums where you know science bloggers might pick up on it:


I think this survey will be very unique in collecting data on content production practices from a significant portion of the science blogosphere. This type of data is hard to come by, so please help me make this survey count!

Thanks,

-Paige Brown Jarreau

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PhD Candidate, Manship School of Mass Communication

Louisiana State University

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22/02/15 11:08:03PM @chief-admin:

The American Association for the Advancement of Science has published a related survey of how scientists communicate with the public:

http://www.nature.com/news/scientists-are-cautious-about-public-outreach-1.16965