Martin W. Bauer, editor of Public Understanding of Science, and Susan Howard, both from London School of Economics (LSE), have published the Public Understanding of Science. A compiled bibliography 1992-2011 It is a lexicographic and bibliometric study of all papers published in this journal during 20 years.
The articles are ordered by year and author, and furthermore by location of data, type of science, methodology and topic. These are detailed as follows:
- Geographical Origin of Data: Africa, Asia, Australia, Intercontinental, North America, South America and Country not applicable.
- Type of Science: Agriculture/wildlife, Biology/biotech/genetics, Chemistry, Earth/Sea/Air/Space, Environment, Health/medicine, I.T, Nuclear power, Physics, Social Science, Technology and Other.
- Research Methodology: Case Study, Content analysis, Critical analysis, Discourse/rhetorical analysis, Document analysis, Experiment, Film/TV analysis, Interviews, Observation, Survey.
- Public Understanding of Science Topic: Attitudes, Communication, Education, Engagement, History/Philosophy of PUS, Methodology, Museums/exhibitions, Policy, Public understanding, Religion, Representation, Scientists’ perceptions, Other.
Public Understanding of Science is a fully peer reviewed, quarterly international journal covering all aspects of the inter-relationships between science and the public.