Joachim Allgaier
Joachim Allgaier
University of Applied Sciences Fulda
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Science and environmental communication on YouTube: strategically distorted communications in online videos on climate change and climate engineering
J Allgaier
Frontiers in communication, 36, 2019
Public communication of science 2.0: Is the communication of science via the “new media” online a genuine transformation or old wine in new bottles?
HP Peters, S Dunwoody, J Allgaier, YY Lo, D Brossard
EMBO reports 15 (7), 749-753, 2014
Journalism and social media as means of observing the contexts of science
J Allgaier, S Dunwoody, D Brossard, YY Lo, HP Peters
BioScience 63 (4), 284-287, 2013
The communication aspects of the Ebola virus disease outbreak in Western Africa–do we need to counter one, two, or many epidemics?
J Allgaier, AL Svalastog
Croatian medical journal 56 (5), 496, 2015
Science and medicine on YouTube
J Allgaier
Second international handbook of Internet research, 7-27, 2020
On the shoulders of YouTube: Science in music videos
J Allgaier
Science Communication 35 (2), 266-275, 2013
Reposting “till Albert Einstein is TikTok famous”: The memetic construction of science on TikTok
J Zeng, MS Schäfer, J Allgaier
International Journal of Communication 15, 3216-3247, 2020
Medialized Science? Neuroscientists' reflections on their role as journalistic sources
J Allgaier, S Dunwoody, D Brossard, YY Lo, HP Peters
Journalism practice 7 (4), 413-429, 2013
Distortion, confusion, and impasses: could a public dialogue within Knowledge Landscapes contribute to better communication and understanding of innovative knowledge?
AL Svalastog, J Allgaier, L Martinelli, S Gajovic
Croatian medical journal 55 (1), 54, 2014
Who is having a voice? Journalists’ selection of sources in a creationism controversy in the UK press
J Allgaier
Cultural Studies of Science Education 6, 445-467, 2011
Similar challenges but different responses: Media coverage of measles vaccination in the UK and China
J Ren, HP Peters, J Allgaier, YY Lo
Public understanding of science 23 (4), 366-375, 2014
The emergence of the controversy around the theory of evolution and creationismin UK newspaper reports
J Allgaier, R Holliman
The Curriculum Journal 17 (3), 263-279, 2006
Navigating knowledge landscapes: on health, science, communication, media, and society
AL Svalastog, J Allgaier, S Gajović
Croatian Medical Journal 56 (4), 321, 2015
Rezo and German climate change policy: The influence of networked expertise on YouTube and beyond
J Allgaier
Media and Communication 8 (2), 376-386, 2020
Wissenschaft und Populärkultur
J Allgaier
Forschungsfeld Wissenschaftskommunikation, 239-250, 2017
Mapping neuroscientists’ perceptions of the nature and effects of public visibility
EJ Koh, S Dunwoody, D Brossard, J Allgaier
Science Communication 38 (2), 170-196, 2016
Networking expertise: Discursive coalitions and collaborative networks of experts in a public creationism controversy in the UK
J Allgaier
Public Understanding of Science 21 (3), 299-313, 2012
Scientific experts and the controversy about teaching creation/evolution in the UK press
J Allgaier
Science & Education 19, 797-819, 2010
Medialisierung der Neurowissenschaften. Bedeutung journalistischer Medien für die Wissenschafts-Governance
HP Peters, J Allgaier, S Dunwoody, YY Lo, D Brossard, A Jung
Neue Governance der Wissenschaft. Reorganisation–externe Anforderungen …, 2013
Mapping new digital landscapes
A Webster, AL Svalastog, J Allgaier
Information, Communication & Society 23 (8), 1100-1105, 2020
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