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Narratives may represent another promising and relatively understudied communication tool for communicating beyond human scale. Narratives represent mental simulation of some aspect of reality from a particular human point of view Narratives, in essence, may represent a method of packaging phenomena into human scale: providing a possible remedy for the problems of communicating a meaningful sense of distant science topics No empirical studies have yet explored this possibility. In summary, storytelling within science should not be disregarded.
Published online Sep PMID: Michael F. Dahlstrom 1. Edited by Dietram A. Copyright notice. This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Abstract Although storytelling often has negative connotations within science, narrative formats of communication should not be disregarded when communicating science to nonexpert audiences.
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Keywords: persuasion, ethics. Narratives Most individuals have an inherent understanding of what it means to tell a story. Mass Media and Narratives The mass media is especially relevant when considering the communication of science because it represents the source from which nonexpert audiences get most of its science information. Narrative Persuasion and Ethical Considerations Narratives are intrinsically persuasive.
Future Narrative Intersections with Science Communication Although narratives have a long history of scholarly study 14 , 72 , their integration within a science context is fairly recent. Building Trust. Science Communication in a New Media Environment. Communicating Beyond Human Scale. Footnotes The author declares no conflict of interest.
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