Friday 14 April

Parallel sessions 11

Individual papers: Covid-19 and health communication strategies and role players
1. “Covid-19 care Kit”: a social controversy discussed by the public with scientific arguments used both to assert and to deny a health treatment
2. Scientists during the Covid-19 pandemic: From running toward to running away from the public
3. Effects of communication strategies on user engagement and audience’s reactions toward COVID-19 vaccine on Weibo
4. Implications of science communication for NGOs in addressing COVID-19 in Bangladesh: A qualitative reflection
5. Development of a Culturally Relevant Inclusive Online STEM Workshop for Families in the Time of COVID-19
6. Science communication on a controversial topic to hospital health professionals – Which channels are best suited?
Katrien Kolenberg
1. Marina Ramalho e Silva
2. Hella de Haas
3. Jiaojiao Ji & Ting Hu
4. Habib Mohammad Ali
5. Kei Kano
6. Veronica Kvalen Pilskog
Willem Burger Room
Insight talks: Science and its publics, and issues of trust
1. Public understanding of climate change in Taiwan and India: From the perspective of gender and culture
2. The Everyday Science Reasoning Scale - how do Non-Scientists Reason with Science?
3. What if we could train our audiences?
4. Square One: Developing the Science Communication Research and Development Roadmap of the Philippines
5. Motivated Distrust of Abortion Science: Public Health Threat and Science Communication Challenge
6. Trust and mistrust of the MMR vaccine: Finding common ground for science communication?
7. The role that people that seek trust information about food-related myths play as fact-checkers
8. Opaque Transparency: open science and the crisis of trust
9. It’s OK to have doubts: Making sense of uncertainty when looking for ‘common ground’
Luz Helena Oviedo
1. Yuh-Yuh Li
2. Yael Barel-Ben David
3. Marlit Hayslett
4. Mark Ivan Roblas
5. Emma Harcourt
6. Antoinette Fage-Butler
7. Carolina Moreno-Castro
8. Laurens Landeweerd
9. Ferdoos Esrail
Van der Mandele (mezzanine)
Roundtable: What do emotions ‘do’ in science communication?
Daniel Silva Luna
Brian Trench
Luisa Massarani
Christian Humm
Stephen Hughes
Sabrina Vitting-Seerup
Van Weelde Room
Problem-solving workshop: Advancing Public Engagement in Research: An open discussion of beneficial conditions in various institutional settings
Anna-Zoë Herr
Sabrina Kirschke
Mhairi Stewart
Zeelenberg Room
Individual papers: Science in the public and policy domain
1. Objection, Your Honor! We don’t understand the forensic science
2. Campground or battleground: how does neoliberalisation of the coastal influence community engagement
3. Funny Infection: Humour and the Cultural Meanings of Contagion in Popular Entertainment
4. Challenges and benefits of collaboration between specialists and “laypersons-neophytes”
5. Public engagement with science policies for small island states: A case study for Malta
6. Fit for target: citizens' perceptions in policy design
Alessandra Fornetti
1. Julie Burrill
2. Anne Leitch
3. Anna-Sophie Jürgens
4. Frédéric Naudon
5. Danielle Martine Farrugia
6. Barbara Saracino
Hudig Room
Roundtable: Science Communication in Mathematics
Erin Henning
Ionica Smeets
Anna Maria Hartkopf
Julia Cramer
Schadee Room
Visual papers: Science in mass and social media – research and practice
1. “Not validated by colleagues”: How preprints are explained in the Flemish and Dutch press
2. Allies competing for dominance: Exploring Chinese scientists and journalists’ different perception of science journalism
3. Exploratory study of diets in the Spanish newspapers' headlines
4. The difference in framing between ocean climate change and ocean plastic, a content analysis of press releases.
5. Impact of the research field and time periods on the relationship between scientific impact and social media influence of scientific papers
6. Upgrade disinformation to national level? A study of fake news typology in COVID-19
7. Science communication in Social Sciences and the Media: the story of an improbable friendship
8. Competing media discourses: environment friendly, agriculture development, and suicide in Paraquat coverage
9. The anniversary of the Higgs boson discovery - a case study in communicating fundamental research
Jenni Metcalfe
1. Elisa Nelissen
2. Hepeng Jia
3. Isabel Mendoza-Poudereux
4. Aike Vonk
5. Yuanyuan Zhou
6. Chun-Ju Huang
7. Susana Ambrósio
8. Yu-Chan Chiu
9. Ana Godinho
Van Beuningen Room
Individual papers: Communicating science in digital spaces
1. Science bloggers on communities and co-authorship
2. Pleasurable, promotional, and political? The complex engagements between professionals and viewers around YouTube ear wax removal videos
3. Mapping the landscape of environmental news in digital media in western Mexico
4. How do you argue with a meme?
5. Online Video-sharing sites and their policies on scientific issues
6. Vaccination-related content on TikTok: beyond classic vaccine stances
Anne Dijkstra
1. Elsa Poupardin
2. Elizabeth Toon
3. Ana Nepote
4. Hannah Little
5. Joachim Allgaier
6. Francesca Comunello
Ruys Room
Mini-workshop: Scicomm live contest
Eduardo Sáenz-de-Cabezón
Van Rijckenvorsel Room
Problem-solving workshop: Co-creating STEM communication and enhancing sustainability (25 minutes)
Jane Essex
Van der Vorm Room
Roundtable: Action networks for Science Communication: building abilities for change
Diogo Lopes de Oliveira
Miguel Garcia-Guerrero
Rae Ostman
Jordi Diaz
Mees Room