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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Eren Kochak
The Shaping and Spreading of the Scientific Discourse on Vaccination in the Russian Press as a Problem of Sociology of Science Communication
Sociology
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
Understanding how scientific discourses are shaped and spread is key to explanation of how communication between science and society occurs. The mass media is bridging between scientific community and the public, and therefore is subject to how scientific knowledge is relayed.

This study intends an understanding of how scientific knowledge is shaped and spread in the Russian context based on the analysis of the scientific discourse on vaccination in the Russian press. Thus, by analyzing scientific discourse concerning vaccination, this study aims to provide a better understanding of how the process of communication between science and society is shaping in Russia.

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