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A growing collection of publications and full text of scholarly works by NC State faculty members, graduate students, and research staff.

Number of NCSU Authors: 6 - Number of Publications: 8
Publications from Public Understanding of Science (Bristol, England)


Berube, D. M. (2009). Panicology: What are you afraid of? Two statisticians explain what's worth worrying about (and what's not) in the 21st century. Public Understanding of Science (Bristol, England), 18(3), 375-376.

Berube, D. M. (2009). Risk: The science and politics of fear. Public Understanding of Science (Bristol, England), 18(3), 375-376.



Binder, A. R., Cacciatore, M. A., Scheufele, D. A., Shaw, B. R., & Corley, E. A. (2012). Measuring risk/benefit perceptions of emerging technologies and their potential impact on communication of public opinion toward science. Public Understanding of Science (Bristol, England), 21(7), 830-847.



Kleinman, D. L., Delborne, J. A., & Anderson, A. A. (2011). Engaging citizens: The high cost of citizen participation in high technology. Public Understanding of Science (Bristol, England), 20(2), 221-240.

Delborne, J. A., Anderson, A. A., Kleinman, D. L., Colin, M., & Powell, M. (2011). Virtual deliberation? Prospects and challenges for integrating the Internet in consensus conferences. Public Understanding of Science (Bristol, England), 20(3), 367-384.



Jensen, J. D., & Hurley, R. J. (2012). Conflicting stories about public scientific controversies: Effects of news convergence and divergence on scientists' credibility. Public Understanding of Science (Bristol, England), 21(6), 689-704.



Macoubrie, J. (2006). Nanotechnology: Public concerns, reasoning and trust in government. Public Understanding of Science (Bristol, England), 15(2), 221-241.





Yamamoto, Y. T. (2012). Values, objectivity and credibility of scientists in a contentious natural resource debate. Public Understanding of Science (Bristol, England), 21(1), 101-125.


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