Lindy Orthia
Lindy Orthia
School of Sociology, The Australian National University
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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
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
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
“Sociopathetic abscess” or “yawning chasm”? The absent postcolonial transition in Doctor Who
LA Orthia
The Journal of Commonwealth Literature 45 (2), 207-225, 2010
Strategies for including communication of non-Western and indigenous knowledges in science communication histories
LA Orthia
Journal of Science Communication 19 (2), A02, 2020
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
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
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
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
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
Doctor Who and Race
L Orthia
Intellect, 2013
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
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
The Gendered Culture of Scientific Competence: A Study of Scientist Characters in Doctor Who
MR Orthia LA
Sex Roles 75, 79-94, 2016
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
Queer world-making: a need for integrated intersectionality in science communication
T Roberson, LA Orthia
Journal of Science Communication 20 (1), C05, 2021
Vaccination communication strategies: What have we learned, and lost, in 200 years?
M McKinnon, LA Orthia
Journal of Science Communication 16 (3), A08, 2017
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
Reorienting science communication towards communities
LA Orthia, M McKinnon, JN Viana, G Walker
Journal of Science Communication 20 (3), A12, 2021
Anti-racist science communication starts with recognising its globally diverse historical footprint
E Rasekoala, L Orthia
Impact of Social Sciences Blog, 2020
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