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Reframing perceptions of anthropomorphism in wildlife film and documentary2,408
In vitro meat: protein for twelve billion?1,612
Music in the Science Classroom: The impact of content-based songs on learning and engagement1,495
Light Pollution: Problems and Solutions1,453
Going Green: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Environmental Documentary Film1,396
A Balance of Perspective in Global Society: An Argument for ‘Reverse Ethnography’ in Documentary Film.1,223
Learning for Survival, Resilience, Well-being and Continuance: An Epistemology and Pedagogy for Environmental Education/Education for Sustainability informed by Māori Culture1,208
Fight like a Physicist: Teaching Basic Physics Through the Medium of Karate1,186
War's Redemption: The Possibility of a Park for Peace in the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea932
What Helps us Learn? Science Communication via Documentaries916
The Online Reading Habits of New Zealand Intermediate School Students and the Significance of Web-Based Fiction881
Funnily Serious: Using Comedy to Communicate Science873
The Yellow-eyed Penguin: A Review of Research and Policy864
Communication and the DSLR Aesthetic: A Science and Natural History Filmmaking Perspective823
Mountain Film. An Analysis of the History and Characteristics of a Documentary Genre.787
The Framing of Climate Change in New Zealand Newspapers785
Accessing audiences in the internet age: Social media, blogging and the universe782
Future Food: Fiction and Reality774
Samba and the Afro-Brazilian favela communities774
Truthful Medium: The subjectivity of documentary767
Documenting the Evidence in Documentary Film762
Tuatara and their Living Fossil Label738
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Advocacy Documentary735
The Image of the Scientist in Documentary: A Case Study of Three Films717
Can public engagement with socioscientific issues change attitudes? A survey of New Zealander’s responses to genetic engineering689
Dismantling media produced fear toward predators687
Expanding the Documentary Dialogue: Audience engagement and new media for social impact in environmental and social issue documentaries665
Romancing the Turbine645
Conservation Communication in Fiji639
The Effects of Noise Pollution on Marine Mammals636
The Biggest of All Families, The History of Taxonomy and its Impact on Society630
Iho - a cord between two worlds : Traditional Māori birthing practices630
On and Off Camera Voices: Documentary Audience Experiences With Narration627
Making the Abstract Tangible: Computer Generated Images and the Science Documentary621
Listening to the voices of Māori tertiary students in science614
Films to change a climate: the power of narrative in promoting action competency on climate change amongst New Zealand youth599
Funding conservation from the private sector in New Zealand.598
Science Communication in the Films of Werner Herzog593
The Narrative Structure of Science Documentaries581
Wild the City:The production of complex urban spaces that embrace wildness571
Perspectives of Women in Science: past and present568
Framing the Farm; Perception and Reality in the New Zealand Pastoral Landscape555
Rainforest, Reef, and our Appetite for Beef: Communication for Sustainable Behaviour Change555
Life in the Underground: The Portrayal of Invertebrates in Children's Literature and Comics551
Ethics in Wildlife Filmmaking550
Benzylpiperazine in New Zealand548
How do homeopathy users perceive homeopathy?547
Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: Dangerous Depictions of Animals in Children’s Films and Literature540
Combating the Selective Use of Science: the extraordinary case of elephants in captivity532
Bat Country: Communicating Conservation for New Zealand Bats506
Evaluating the Media’s Role in Public and Political Responses to Human-Shark Interactions in NSW, Australia504
Effective narratives to communicate science to children497
The Effect of Knowledge of In-vitro Meat on Attitudes Towards Science494
The decline of vultures in India494
Beyond Comfort: An exploration of ideas and meanings in outdoor adventures491
Diagnosing credible science online477
The Relationship Between Public Understanding of Science and Support for Environmental Restoration466
Emotion in natural history film457
Finding Hope on a Planet in Crisis: Combining Citizen Science and Tourism456
Power of Inspiration. Analysing the use of a spokesperson to communicate the conservation of wildlife and the natural world.446
Activism, Science and the Infinite Game: Exploring the relationship between science and environmental activism440
From science to narrative film: Communicating knowledge and inspiring interest in the Wedge-tailed Eagle425
Using Metaphor to Engage with Science424
Animal Personhood in Wildlife Documentary Films: A Case Study of Four Films420
What Is Wild?419
Of Cetaceans and Men: Anthropocentric Investigations into the Whaling Debate418
Communities and Marine Protected Areas416
Narrative Models for Communicating Energy Science408
The Affect of Language on Attitudes Towards Levonorgestrel-based Emergency Contraception401
Discerning Communication: The impact of social class on science communication.393
Framing Conservation in New Zealand: Between Scientists and Journalists392
Group dynamics of film crews in remote locations384
The Problems And Challenges Of Communicating Science In Wildlife Films On Television383
Science Communication and Interpersonal Conversation381
Communicating Science Through Poetry from 1780 to the Present379
Commercialising Conservation: Communicating interdisciplinary strategies to reduce the conservation research implementation gap.379
To what extent are young people engaged with the Predator Free 2050 goal?375
Communicating Uncertainty: An ethical framework for science stories374
Travelling towards 2050: Climate change, storytelling and the future of travel372
Communicating the sciences of Disaster Risk Reduction: media stories surrounding the Canterbury earthquakes of 2010-2011370
Life Story/ Science Story: Biography as a tool for science communication367
Life on the edge: The survival of wildlife cinematography as a craft363
Your Brain on Booze: Impact of a Multimedia Adolescent Alcohol Educational Resource360
Words with a "Southern Man", Communicating Ecology in Rural New Zealand354
Does anthropomorphism affect people's ability to distinguish fact from fiction?351
The Influence of Place: A Case Study of Antarctic Scientists345
Critical and Creative Approaches to Communicating Neuroscience to the Public344
Blueskin People Power - a toolkit for community engagement.334
Battling Extinction: Can Emphasising Different Features of Native Bats invoke Support for their Conservation?333
Imagining Fact: Imaginative Literature as a Medium of Science Communicaiton331
Communicating a paradigm shift towards alternative farming strategies in New Zealand330
Screening Genes: Using frame analyses to explore representations of genetics in documentaries329
The Impact of Different Modes of Film Distribution on Science Communication328
Through the grapevine: In search of a rhetoric of industry-oriented science communication323
Island Views: The Perceptions of Scientific Value in New Zealand's Subantarctic Islands320
Learning in a Critical State: The emergent complexity of learning, creativity and human culture317
Public perceptions of the ocean: Understanding values and communicating science317
Irrationality, Misinformation and the Role of Science Education in Science Communication.308
Real-Life Science Communicators: Learning from the experiences of television production company NHNZ306
Community Co-Creation of Museum Exhibitions306

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United States15,832
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Germany2,847
Australia2,409
France1,965
Canada1,032
India774
Philippines658
Russia582
Netherlands557
Poland553
Ukraine428
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Ireland335
South Korea303
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Spain292
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Botswana48
Hungary37
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Colombia34
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Lithuania31
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Slovenia27
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Zimbabwe23
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Morocco19
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Algeria16
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Malta12
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Tanzania12
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Cyprus10
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Auckland1,620
Beijing1,335
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Dunedin1,103
Milton858
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Wellington494
Fremont468
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Dearborn414
Zhengzhou385
Vienna361
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London349
Shanghai338
Houston326
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Jacksonville263
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Nanjing190
Singapore188
Hangzhou173
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Brisbane160
Sydney149
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Montréal122
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Cambridge116
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Central District108
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Jakarta104
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Dublin102
Amsterdam99
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San Francisco97
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Huzhou67
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