I tu, què li preguntaries a Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Maria Monclús…? Una proposta de comunicació per al públic general

Translated title of the contribution: What would you ask to Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Maria Monclús...?: A communicative proposal to the general public

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    Abstract

    Understanding scientific knowledge as neutral, objective, and unquestionable is an archaic idea that has conditioned the way we do and communicate science
    and technology in a hegemonic way. Fortunately, since the 1980s, research on sociology of science, feminist movements, and social constructivism shed light on the origin of that conception. It is the result of studying science and technology from a one-sided, totalizing and patriarchal perspective. Subsequently, new conceptual and methodological communication frameworks have been proposed. Since then, institutions have taken their ways toward placing their communication models close to society. Therefore, there is a will to break with traditional, unidirectional and vertical communication models from experts to laypeople. This project, designed and launched in the framework of the Catalan Society for the History of Science and Technology (SCHCT), fits into this current of critical thinking and proposes a communicative model for the SCHCT. It aims to move away from academic formality and to incorporate diverse audiences through an unconventional format.
    Translated title of the contributionWhat would you ask to Albert Einstein, Marie Curie, Maria Monclús...?: A communicative proposal to the general public
    Original languageCatalan
    Article number2
    Pages (from-to)57-82
    Number of pages26
    JournalActes d'Història de la Ciència i la Tècnica
    Volume15
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 23-Dec-2022

    Keywords

    • : Scientific knowledge, history of science, gender perspective, communication, popularization, general public, publics diversity, fiction

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