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Popularizing research : engaging new genres, media, and audiences

Author: Phillip Vannini
Publisher: New York : Peter Lang, ©2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Offers students, academics and professional researchers a broad survey of ways to popularize research. This volume avoids specialized terminology and instead employs basic language that any student,  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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