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Title: La salut de la comunicació científica en l'època de la Covid-19
Author: Crespo March, Desemparats
Director: Susana Creus, Amalia
Tutor: Pagès Parra, Ruth
Keywords: scientific communication
information overload
Issue Date: Jan-2021
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The COVID-19 health pandemic has been accompanied by an information revolution in media. The need to keep the citizen updated about what we are experiencing and how we can face the future of this Health crisis has led to an increase of in scientific-related news. Scientific communication has become the absolute protagonist in the field of the information. Society, and media, have found in the scientific studies the hope to get out of this crisis. However, to explain the scientific advances to the public we need to be able to translate scientific contents to a language that everyone understands. And this the hallmark of quality scientific communication. An analysis of the communicative characteristics of some published science-related news in Spain will help us to fight against phenomena such as infodemic, information overload or sensationalism. Only in this way will we be able to enjoy the enormous benefits that quality scientific communication can bring to the society in which we live.
Language: Catalan
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