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Title Intercultural communication and science and technology studies / Luis Reyes-Galindo, Tiago Ribeiro Duarte, editors.

Published Cham, Switzerland : Palgrave Macmillan, [2017]

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Physical description 1 online resource (xv, 238 pages) : illustrations
Series Springer Social Sciences 2017 English+International
Contents Intercultural communication and science and technology studies / Luis Reyes-Galindo and Tiago Ribeiro Duarte -- Linking the subcultures of physics : virtual empiricism and the bonding role of trust / Luis Reyes-Galindo -- Mutual linguistic socialisation in interdisciplinary collaboration / Tiago Ribeiro Duarte -- Science and policies of deforestation in the Amazon : reflecting ethnographically on multidisciplinary collaboration / Marko Monteiro -- From "climate sceptic" to "dendro-sociologist" : considering the role of trust in the communication of science in action / Meritxell Ramírez-i-Ollé -- Epistemic interactions within and outside scientific communities : different or analogous processes? / Carina G. Cortassa -- "The year of the gull" : demonisation of wildlife, pestilence and science in the British press -- Lisa Carr and Luis Reyes-Galindo -- From trading zones to buffer zones : art and metaphor in the communication of psychiatric genetics to publics / Jamie Lewis and Julia M. Thomas -- Communication in international technical cooperation : an anthropological systems approach / Letícia Cesarino.
Acknowledgements; Contents; Notes on Contributors; List of Figures ; List of Tables ; Chapter 1: Introduction: Intercultural Communication and Science and Technology Studies; Intercultural Models in STS (1): Trading Zones; Intercultural Models in STS (2): Trust; Intercultural Models in STS (3): Expertise and Enculturation; Intercultural Models in STS (4): Boundary Objects; Book Structure; Note; References; Part I: Interdisciplinary Communication; Chapter 2: Linking the Subcultures of Physics: Virtual Empiricism and the Bonding Role of Trust; The Social Gap Between High-Theory and Experiment.
You Need a Busload of Faith to Get By; Other Conceptual and Technical Barriers to Communication; Varieties of Trust; Trust and Social Distance; A Bundle of Trust: Virtual Empiricism; Reassessing Trust in STS Using Virtual Empiricism: Two Cases; Notes; References; Chapter 3: Mutual Linguistic Socialisation in Interdisciplinary Collaboration; Introduction; Paleoclimatology and Paleo-Modelling; Trade at Work: Collaboration Between Paleoclimatologists and Paleo-Modellers; Paleo-Modellers and Interactional Expertise in Paleoclimatology.
Paleoclimatologists and Interactional Expertise in Paleo-Modelling; The Mutual Linguistic Socialisation Process: Formal Courses; Mutual Linguistic Socialisation: Joint Supervision; Mutual Linguistic Socialisation in Scientific Events and in Research Projects; Mutual Linguistic Socialisation: Ambassadors; Conclusion; Notes; References; Chapter 4: Science and Policies of Deforestation in the Amazon: Reflecting Ethnographically on Multidisciplinary Collaboration; Introduction; Environmental Science and the Amazon; Doing Ethnography of Science-Policy Interfaces; Following the Amazalert Project.
Reducing Society into Models; Potential Contributions from Ethnography; Making Results Humbler; Conclusions; Notes; References; Chapter 5: From "Climate Sceptic" to "Dendro-ƯSociologist": Considering the Role of Trust in the Communication of Science in Action; The Challenge of Communicating Science in Action; Overcoming Suspicions; Performing a Scientific Status; Eye-Witnessing Completeness; Encouraging Civil Scepticism; The Limits of Trust and Communication; Notes; References; Part II: Intercultural Communication Beyond Science's Boundaries.
Chapter 6: Epistemic Interactions Within and Outside Scientific Communities: Different or Analogous Processes?; Introduction; PUS Studies: From the Cognitive Deficit Towards the Cognitive Deference; The Cognitive Deficit; The Deficits of the Deficit (And of Its Critics); The Cognitive Deference; Acquiring Knowledge from Others; Epistemic Exchanges Among Scientists; The Place of Testimony in the Epistemic Exchange; Assessing the Credibility of Epistemic Authorities; Concluding Remarks; Notes; References.
Notes Chapter 7: 'The Year of the Gull': Demonisation of Wildlife, Pestilence and Science in the British Press.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary This timely and engaging book addresses communicative issues that arise when science and technology travel across socio-cultural boundaries. The authors discuss interactions between different scientific communities; scientists and policy-makers; science and the public; scientists and artists; and other situations where science clashes with other socio-cultural domains. The volume includes theoretical proposals of how to deal with intercultural communication related to science and technology, as well as rich case studies that illustrate the challenges and strategies deployed in these situations. Individual studies explore Europe, Latin America, and Africa, thus including diverse Global North and South contexts.
Other author Reyes-Galindo, Luis, editor.
Duarte, Tiago Ribeiro, editor.
SpringerLink issuing body.
Subject Intercultural communication.
Interdisciplinary research.
Communication in science.
Communication of technical information.
Electronic books.
ISBN 9783319583655 (electronic bk.)
3319583654 (electronic bk.)
9783319583648
Standard Number 10.1007/978-3-319-58365-5