Friday 14 April

Parallel sessions 9

NO.
SESSION
CHAIRS
SPEAKERS
TIME
VENUE
9A
Roundtable: Finding common ground through journalism
Felicity Mellor
Alexandra Borissova
Jane Gregory
Susan Swanberg
An Nguyen
09:45-11:00
Willem Burger Room
9B
Roundtable: Ethical Principles for Common Ground in Science Communication Theory and Practice
Fabien Medvecky
Joan Leach
Michiel Van Oudheusden
Laura Lindenfeld
Hua Tian
09:45-11:00
Van der Mandele (mezzanine)
9C
Roundtable: Visible Scientists in the age of Covid-19: Characteristics, Changes, Challenges
Marina Joubert
Simone Rödder
Declan Fahy
Germana Barata
T.Y. Branch
09:45-11:00
Van Weelde Room
9D
Demonstration: Using evidence-based pedagogies to create an effective science communication classroom
Merryn McKinnon
Mark Sarvary
Kitty Gifford
09:45-11:00
Zeelenberg Room
9E
Individual papers: Engaging with specific communities and publics for science
1. A crusade to prevent soil erosion: collaborative work among scientists and farmers to enhance adoption of biotechnological innovations in Mexican Agriculture
2. Enhancing agency around water treatment and monitoring in remote communities: a case study of science engagement in the Amakhala Game reserve in South Africa
3. Living in the vicinity of wind turbines: residents’ experiences and underlying considerations
4. Expertise and communicating about infectious disease: The negative impact on veterinarian/horse owners’ relationship through living with Hendra virus
5. "Lots of People at the Table": A call for democratization of innovation in rural U.S.A.
6. Experiencing science communication from a midsize city in a low-income country: Reflections of the volunteer ecosystem
Frank Kupper
1. Lourdes Mateos-Espejel
2. Thandiswa Nqowana
3. Sikke Jansma
4. Jennifer Manyweathers
5. Lauren Murfree
6. Iván Jalil Antón Carreño Márquez
09:45-11:00
Hudig Room
9F
Individual papers: Public (dis)trust in science
1. Cues of (dis)trust in content about science: Comparing journalistic, social, and alternative media
2. Trust in science among digitized publics in Germany and South Africa: A comparative study
3. Who’s afraid of public mistrust in science?
4. Do we trust research for the reasons we think? Insights from studies on trust in humanities research
5. Trust and expertise online – new insights for practice and research
6. Is science for the rich and powerful? Investigating the relation between income and trust in science across 145 countries
Ana Claudia Nepote
1. Justin Schröder
2. Anne Reif
3. Brian Trench
4. Gustav Bohlin
5. Andy Ridgway
6. Simon Fuglsang
09:45-11:00
Schadee Room
9G
Individual papers: Covid-19 as a focus area for science communication research
1. Covid-19 editorial cartoons in Australia, South Africa and the UK: mixing politics, science and scientists
2. Evaluating expertise during the COVID-19 pandemic
3. Communicating COVID-19: Characterizing risk as personal property and responsibility
4. A teachable moment: The dynamics of new vocabulary use in media and reader comments during the COVID-19 pandemic
5. Digital public sphere and social actors that guided the discussions about vaccines on Instagram and Facebook in Brazil during the COVID-19 pandemic (2020-2021)
6. Readers' comments as a public arena for the scrutiny of science: a study of science news comments in two Brazilian newspapers during the Covid-19 pandemic
7. The Medial Construction of Scientific Experts and Their Trustworthiness A Qualitative Study of German Online Coverage of Covid-19
Carolina Llorente
1. Emma Weitkamp
2. Esa Väliverronen
3. Philippa Spoel, Emily Cooke & Catherine Copley
4. Yael Rozenblum
5. Luisa Massarani
6. Carla Almeida
7. Tobias Tönsfeuerborn
09:45-11:00
Van Beuningen Room
9H
Mini-workshop: Science communication models: a practical workshop exploring the nexus between theory and practice
NA
Jennifer Metcalfe
Susanna Hererra
09:45-11:00
Ruys Room
9I
No session
NA
09:45-11:00
Van Rijckenvorsel Room
9J
Problem-solving workshop: Who wants to talk about altering the DNA of embryos? Towards precision engagement in dialogic science communication
NA
Presenters: Diewertje Houtman & Bertrand Burgers

Contributors: Mirte de Wit, Sam Riedijk &
Boy Vijlbrief
09:45-11:00
Plate Room
9K
Roundtable: Bringing Living Labs to Life: Fulfilling the promise of open, active, and innovative public science engagement
Caroline Wehrmann
Loes Witteveen
Christian Pentzold
Caroline Wehrmann
Ingmar Rothe

09:45-11:00
Van der Vorm Room
9L
Problem-solving workshop: Creating common ground: How to come to terms with social sciences
NA
Katharina Bock
Andrea Geipel
09:45-11:00
Mees Room