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Top items (143 items total)

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Iho - a cord between two worlds : Traditional Māori birthing practices105
Reframing perceptions of anthropomorphism in wildlife film and documentary64
Learning for Survival, Resilience, Well-being and Continuance: An Epistemology and Pedagogy for Environmental Education/Education for Sustainability informed by Māori Culture40
Where Fact Meets Fiction - The Science Mockumentary32
In vitro meat: protein for twelve billion?27
Awe and Pro-environmental Behaviour24
Activism, Science and the Infinite Game: Exploring the relationship between science and environmental activism21
Travelling towards 2050: Climate change, storytelling and the future of travel20
Going Green: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Environmental Documentary Film18
Using ArcGIS Story Map to Communicate an Emotive Topic: Responsible Cat Ownership in New Zealand16
Science communication in risk management at a high-incidence location for suicide14
The Use of Regional Accent in Audio Health Communications13
Battling Extinction: Can Emphasising Different Features of Native Bats invoke Support for their Conservation?11
Exploration and discovery: Learning at a science centre10
Evaluating the Media’s Role in Public and Political Responses to Human-Shark Interactions in NSW, Australia9
Irrationality, Misinformation and the Role of Science Education in Science Communication.8
Source of Expertise Affects Perceived Credibility of an Interview Used in a Medical Documentary7
A Balance of Perspective in Global Society: An Argument for ‘Reverse Ethnography’ in Documentary Film.7
Through the grapevine: In search of a rhetoric of industry-oriented science communication7
The Effects of Accents on Conservation Attitudes Towards Native Species6
Music in the Science Classroom: The impact of content-based songs on learning and engagement6
Funding conservation from the private sector in New Zealand.6
Communicating the sciences of Disaster Risk Reduction: media stories surrounding the Canterbury earthquakes of 2010-20116
Does anthropomorphism affect people's ability to distinguish fact from fiction?6
Cameras for Conservation: How Photographing Wildlife Affects Engagement with Biodiversity6
Effective narratives to communicate science to children5
Perception of Three Agricultural Applications of Genetic Engineering4
Life Story/ Science Story: Biography as a tool for science communication4
Your Brain on Booze: Impact of a Multimedia Adolescent Alcohol Educational Resource4
How do homeopathy users perceive homeopathy?4
Films to change a climate: the power of narrative in promoting action competency on climate change amongst New Zealand youth3
Future Food: Fiction and Reality3
Mountain Film. An Analysis of the History and Characteristics of a Documentary Genre.3
Funnily Serious: Using Comedy to Communicate Science3
The Biggest of All Families, The History of Taxonomy and its Impact on Society3
Perspectives of Women in Science: past and present3
Commercialising Conservation: Communicating interdisciplinary strategies to reduce the conservation research implementation gap.3
Using Metaphor to Engage with Science3
Tuatara and their Living Fossil Label3
Blueskin People Power - a toolkit for community engagement.3
Perspectives on gaps in communication with breast cancer patients in New Zealand3
The Icing on the Communication: Text or Video?2
Does the production value of a short science video hosted on YouTube influence how much the desired audience is likely to enjoy and engage with it?2
The Ideal Australian: The role of the gum tree in an Australian collective cultural identity2
What Is Wild?2
Samba and the Afro-Brazilian favela communities2
Making the Abstract Tangible: Computer Generated Images and the Science Documentary2
Power of Inspiration. Analysing the use of a spokesperson to communicate the conservation of wildlife and the natural world.2
Framing Conservation in New Zealand: Between Scientists and Journalists2
What qualities of story have contributed to the success of highly acclaimed natural history films?2

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New Zealand122
United States110
United Kingdom95
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Italy20
Australia19
Russia15
Brazil13
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Germany10
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A11
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Wanganui16
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London3
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