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Top items (135 items total)

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Reframing perceptions of anthropomorphism in wildlife film and documentary2,495
In vitro meat: protein for twelve billion?1,672
Music in the Science Classroom: The impact of content-based songs on learning and engagement1,555
Light Pollution: Problems and Solutions1,492
Going Green: Evaluating the Effectiveness of Environmental Documentary Film1,422
A Balance of Perspective in Global Society: An Argument for ‘Reverse Ethnography’ in Documentary Film.1,249
Learning for Survival, Resilience, Well-being and Continuance: An Epistemology and Pedagogy for Environmental Education/Education for Sustainability informed by Māori Culture1,237
Fight like a Physicist: Teaching Basic Physics Through the Medium of Karate1,226
War's Redemption: The Possibility of a Park for Peace in the Demilitarized Zone between North and South Korea940
What Helps us Learn? Science Communication via Documentaries938
The Online Reading Habits of New Zealand Intermediate School Students and the Significance of Web-Based Fiction900
Funnily Serious: Using Comedy to Communicate Science896
The Yellow-eyed Penguin: A Review of Research and Policy869
Communication and the DSLR Aesthetic: A Science and Natural History Filmmaking Perspective834
Mountain Film. An Analysis of the History and Characteristics of a Documentary Genre.813
The Framing of Climate Change in New Zealand Newspapers801
Accessing audiences in the internet age: Social media, blogging and the universe790
Documenting the Evidence in Documentary Film787
Samba and the Afro-Brazilian favela communities785
Truthful Medium: The subjectivity of documentary784
Future Food: Fiction and Reality783
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Advocacy Documentary782
Tuatara and their Living Fossil Label745
The Image of the Scientist in Documentary: A Case Study of Three Films732
Iho - a cord between two worlds : Traditional Māori birthing practices709
Dismantling media produced fear toward predators701
Can public engagement with socioscientific issues change attitudes? A survey of New Zealander’s responses to genetic engineering697
Expanding the Documentary Dialogue: Audience engagement and new media for social impact in environmental and social issue documentaries686
Romancing the Turbine656
The Biggest of All Families, The History of Taxonomy and its Impact on Society646
Conservation Communication in Fiji644
The Effects of Noise Pollution on Marine Mammals642
On and Off Camera Voices: Documentary Audience Experiences With Narration640
Making the Abstract Tangible: Computer Generated Images and the Science Documentary635
Listening to the voices of Māori tertiary students in science632
How do homeopathy users perceive homeopathy?623
Rainforest, Reef, and our Appetite for Beef: Communication for Sustainable Behaviour Change614
Films to change a climate: the power of narrative in promoting action competency on climate change amongst New Zealand youth613
Funding conservation from the private sector in New Zealand.609
Science Communication in the Films of Werner Herzog602
The Narrative Structure of Science Documentaries598
Wild the City:The production of complex urban spaces that embrace wildness576
Perspectives of Women in Science: past and present574
Activism, Science and the Infinite Game: Exploring the relationship between science and environmental activism571
Life in the Underground: The Portrayal of Invertebrates in Children's Literature and Comics571
Ethics in Wildlife Filmmaking564
Framing the Farm; Perception and Reality in the New Zealand Pastoral Landscape561
Benzylpiperazine in New Zealand555
Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: Dangerous Depictions of Animals in Children’s Films and Literature545
Combating the Selective Use of Science: the extraordinary case of elephants in captivity544

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United States16,402
New Zealand8,172
China6,527
United Kingdom4,670
Germany3,044
Australia2,462
France2,017
Canada1,070
India794
Philippines670
Netherlands613
Russia590
Ukraine563
Poland561
Italy440
Austria416
Ireland370
South Korea311
Malaysia309
Spain299
Brazil280
South Africa271
Indonesia259
Portugal239
Singapore238
EU220
Czech Republic213
Japan207
Hong Kong204
Sweden151
Turkey149
Belgium147
Argentina144
Taiwan137
Mexico134
Denmark132
Thailand128
Iran120
Switzerland117
Greece96
Pakistan94
Israel93
Romania92
Kenya76
Chile75
United Arab Emirates66
Fiji66
Nigeria64
Finland63
Egypt60

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Auckland1,686
Beijing1,371
Dunedin1,297
Tianjin1,138
Milton858
Wilmington744
Ann Arbor652
Woodbridge607
Chongqing575
Southend560
Ashburn514
Wellington502
Christchurch475
Fremont468
Menlo Park459
Chantilly431
Dearborn429
Houston429
Zhengzhou397
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London362
Vienna362
Shanghai343
Guangzhou304
Jacksonville263
Hamilton243
Norwalk234
Nanjing226
Sunnyvale201
Mountain View194
Singapore192
Hangzhou179
Seattle171
Palmerston North164
Brisbane161
Sydney152
Dallas138
Saint Petersburg134
Daejeon132
Los Angeles132
Montréal124
Nürnberg124
Central District120
Nashua120
Cambridge119
Toronto114
Manchester113
Jakarta112
Changsha111
Dublin106