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Popularizing research : engaging new genres, media, and audiences

Author: Phillip Vannini
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, ©2012.
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This book offers students, academics and professional researchers a broad survey of ways to popularize research. Although each chapter discusses unique experiences, each follows a standard format, touching upon common elements: outlining what the research popularized was about, why the decision to popularize it was made, why certain media and genres were employed, what lessons researchers learned in the process, and  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Phillip Vannini
ISBN: 9781433111815 1433111810
OCLC Number: 778074976
Description: x, 220 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: Short film as performative social science: the story behind Princess Margaret / Kip Jones --
"People get tired": African Australian cross-cultural dialogue and ethnocinema / Anne Harris and Nyadol Nyuon --
Sturgis 2.0: crafting a filmic-web dialogue / Carly Gieseler --
Cartoons as praxis: negotiating different needs in adult literacy research reporting / Frank Sligo & Elspeth Tilley --
Rollin' and dustin': the use of graphic images for the dissemination of study results to participant communities / Jean J. Schensul [and others] --
Focusing on community: photovoice, local action, and global public engagement / Gregory P. Spira --
Mixed-media storytelling installation: embody / Brigid McAuliffe & Bryce Merrill --
Producing multimedia exhibits for multiple audiences at the Hokkaido University Museum / Guven Peter Witteveen --
Using multimedia artworks to disseminate psychological research on attacks on firefighters / Vivienne Brunsden [and others] --
Geographies of the imagination: engaging audiences and participants in collaborative interdisciplinary gallery installations / Lydia Nakashima Degarrod --
Radio: engaging communities through grassroots media / Kevin Howley --
Music of the streets: bringing local rappers to the Ivory Tower / Hinda Mandell & Carol M. Liebler --
Audio documentary: hearing places and the representation of sonic culture / Mark Neumann --
The relevance of relevance: why and how I write op-eds / John Llewellyn --
A short story about female characters in Egyptian soap operas / Aliaa Dawoud --
Persuasive prestidigitation: exploring the rhetorical power of magical performance in a popular magazine article / Daniel Doherty --
It's what you do with it that counts: disseminating research about sex and relationships using reports and leaflets for people with learning disabilities / Ruth Garbutt --
Public ethnography and multimodality: research from the book to the web / Phillip Vannini --
Mobilizing research publications to (re)frame neoliberal welfare reform / Shannon Daub --
e-Dialogues: real-time online conversations / Ann Dale, Jason Luckerhoff, & François Guillemette --
Using the social media to empower parents in the digital age: ask the mediatrician / Brandy King & Michael Rich --
New media, participatory methodologies, and the popularization of métis history / Mike Evans & Jon Corbett --
A performance of special education meetings: theatre of the absurd / Jessica Lester & Rachael Gabriel --
Learn dis!: a community does research for itself through playback theatre / David Jan Jurasek --
Moving poetic inquiry beyond the academy: how two poets popularize their research / John Guiney Yallop & Sean Wiebe --
Popularizing research as a career: personal, powerful, political / Kimberly Dark --
Tips for generating a media release and media coverage: how the media ate up my research on Aussie horror movies / Mark David Ryan --
Publishing and publicity: the path to popular audiences / Mara Einstein --
Researching mainstream audiences: media tips for academics and the challenge of storytelling / Philip A. Saunders --
Interacting with new media journalists: reflections of a sociologist / Christopher J. Schneider.
Responsibility: edited by Phillip Vannini.
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