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In the view presented in this book, communication is therefore a basic human activity that is interactive and constructive. When we communicate, we give meaning to things (objects, phenomena, and people) that we find in the world. Communication is the way in which we interpret the world and negotiate these interpretations with each other in a social setting. Such interpretative work is therefore also performative: it creates that which it names. Communication in all its forms does not just represent phenomena, it also constructs them.
We discuss both our own standpoint—including some of the limitations of our field of vision—and the way in which contemporary science communication has been shaped and imagined. We also further explain the model of communication we are drawing upon as we talk about science communication processes: not only is it cultural, but also material and constitutive. Chapters 3, 4 and 5 then start to unfold the ecosystem of science communication as it is being articulated today. We look at current practice in science communication and explore some of the different cultural spaces and moments in which it is operating.
Studies in Science Education 20: 157–182. Lewenstein B (2016) Can we understand citizen science? Journal of Science Communication 15(1): 1–5. p. 2, Hall S (1997) Representation—Cultural Representations and Signifying Practices. London: SAGE Publications. Ibid. Version of this book was published in 1997 along with a whole series of edited collections on the five different elements of the circuit. A second edition which usefully discusses links with other theories, such as actor-network-theory was published in 2013.