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confusion and discord with a general public not accustomed to the high level of uncertainty inherent in science. → science communication is not necessarily research and is not necessarily journalism; it’s a skill of its own – not every researcher is good at it or has the time; the public’s distrust of science is both a result of conservative rhetoric and an inherent misunderstandign of what science is, what it does and is supposed to do.


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  • article title: “Peer-Reviewed Scientific Journals Don’t Really Do Their Job” date: 2023-09-04 lastmod: 2023-09-04

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confusion and discord with a general public not accustomed to the high level of uncertainty inherent in science. → science communication is not necessarily research and is not necessarily journalism; it’s a skill of its own – not every researcher is good at it or has the time; the public’s distrust of science is both a result of conservative rhetoric and an inherent misunderstandign of what science is, what it does and is supposed to do.