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Lindy Orthia
Lindy Orthia
School of Sociology, The Australian National University
Verified email at anu.edu.au
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Motivate students by having them publish in new media: An invitation to science lecturers to share and test
W Rifkin, N Longnecker, J Leach, L Davis, L Orthia
Proceedings of The Australian Conference on Science and Mathematics Education, 2009
592009
From the margins to the mainstream: deconstructing science communication as a white, Western paradigm
SM Finlay, S Raman, E Rasekoala, V Mignan, E Dawson, L Neeley, ...
Journal of Science Communication 20 (1), 2021
552021
Communicating endometriosis with young women to decrease diagnosis time
NA Shadbolt, MA Parker, LA Orthia
Health Promotion Journal of Australia 24 (2), 151-154, 2013
422013
“Sociopathetic abscess” or “yawning chasm”? The absent postcolonial transition in Doctor Who
LA Orthia
The Journal of Commonwealth Literature 45 (2), 207-225, 2010
362010
Strategies for including communication of non-Western and indigenous knowledges in science communication histories
LA Orthia
Journal of Science Communication 19 (2), A02, 2020
332020
Students publishing in new media: eight hypotheses–a house of cards?
WD Rifkin, N Longnecker, J Leach, L Davis, L Orthia
International Journal of innovation in Science and mathematics Education 18 (1), 2010
332010
Generic delimitation and phylogenetic uncertainty: an example from a group that has undergone an explosive radiation
LA Orthia, LG Cook, MD Crisp
Australian Systematic Botany 18 (1), 41-47, 2005
332005
Spatial analysis of taxonomic and genetic patterns and their potential for understanding evolutionary histories
SA Bickford, SW Laffan, RPJ De Kok, LA Orthia
Journal of Biogeography 31 (11), 1715-1733, 2004
322004
How do people think about the science they encounter in fiction? Undergraduates investigate responses to science in The Simpsons
LA Orthia, AR Dobos, T Guy, SZ Kan, SE Keys, S Nekvapil, DHY Ngu
International Journal of Science Education, Part B 2 (2), 149-174, 2012
312012
Communicating the Nature of Science Through The Big Bang Theory: Evidence from a Focus Group Study
R Li, LA Orthia
International Journal of Science Education, Part B 6 (2), 115-136, 2016
282016
Doctor Who and Race
L Orthia
Intellect, 2013
282013
Antirationalist critique or fifth column of scientism? Challenges from Doctor Who to the mad scientist trope
LA Orthia
Public Understanding of Science 20 (4), 525-542, 2011
282011
Bush peas: a rapid radiation with no support for monophyly of Pultenaea (Fabaceae: Mirbelieae)
LA Orthia, MD Crisp, LG Cook, RPJ De Kok
Australian Systematic Botany 18 (2), 133-147, 2005
282005
The Gendered Culture of Scientific Competence: A Study of Scientist Characters in Doctor Who
MR Orthia LA
Sex Roles 75, 79-94, 2016
262016
How does science fiction television shape fans' relationships to science? Results from a survey of 575 ‘Doctor Who’viewers
LA Orthia
Journal of Science Communication 18 (4), A08, 2019
242019
Queer world-making: a need for integrated intersectionality in science communication
T Roberson, LA Orthia
Journal of Science Communication 20 (1), C05, 2021
232021
Vaccination communication strategies: What have we learned, and lost, in 200 years?
M McKinnon, LA Orthia
Journal of Science Communication 16 (3), A08, 2017
222017
Does a picture tell a thousand words? The uses of digitally produced, multimodal pictures for communicating information about Alzheimer’s disease
AR Dobos, LA Orthia, R Lamberts
Public Understanding of Science 24 (6), 712-730, 2015
212015
Reorienting science communication towards communities
LA Orthia, M McKinnon, JN Viana, G Walker
Journal of Science Communication 20 (3), A12, 2021
202021
Anti-racist science communication starts with recognising its globally diverse historical footprint
E Rasekoala, L Orthia
Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 2020
132020
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