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PhD Candidate in Science Communication., Anglia Ruskin University

Katrine K. Donois is a Ph.D. student at Anglia Ruskin University, UK. Her research concerns the multiple ways in which 'science' is communicated or understood, and examines the processes that impact on the effective communication of science.

The main focus of her Ph.D. project is on investigating the role of discourse and rhetorical framing (i.e., to identify specific discursive strategies and rhetorical patterns used by anti- and pro-science journalists and online commentators). In addition, the project seeks to investigate and re-evaluate the traditional role of the scientist in communicating contested science (such as routine vaccinations, anthropogenic climate change, and genetically modified organisms).

Experience

  • –present
    Ph.D. Student, Anglia Ruskin University

Education

  • 2018 
    Leeds Beckett University, M.Sc. Psychology