과학기술 정책커뮤니케이션에 대한 정책공중간 상호지향성 분석
A Co-Orientation Analysis of Government Officers and the General Public Regarding Science and Technology Policy Communication
This article draws on prior literature on the theoretical paradigms of the science communication to offer a discussion of the increasingly complex but important issues related to science and technology policy communication (STPC) in the era of public science and governance. A review of previous research on this topic indicates three research gaps of STPC: the current status, balanced role and specific policies related to STPC. To address a deficit in the literature, this study is to explore and compare co-oriented perceptions between national government officers and the general public regarding the three aspects of STPC. Findings suggest that timely, symmetrical, transparent and accurate STPC should be designed and implemented for gaining attention and support from the stakeholders and policy population in the area of public science. Also, this study proposes and expands the theoretical ramifications and practical applications of STPC aimed at enhancing the mutual trust and sustainable relationship between policy makers and policy consumers in the Science in Society and Science Culture paradigms.
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