Science Communications, Outreach, and Public Engagement - Institute on Governance

Science Communications, Outreach, and Public Engagement

Government Science and Innovation in the New Normal

Discussion Paper

Rhonda Moore | December 2022

This paper will discuss why and how we communicate science, and how science communication has
changed in the transition from Mode 1 to Mode 2 knowledge production. The paper will explore the
parallel rise and function of public engagement and the implications for trust in science generally,
and in government science specifically.

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