ISSN: 20599072
Online ISSN: 20599099
First published in 2018
2 Issues per volume
Volume 1 Issue 2
Cover Date: September 2018
Stephen Hawking, man of science and popular culture
Authors:  Steven Gil 
Page Start: 99
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Hairdressing in space: Depiction of gender in science books for children
Page Start: 101
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Staging science on TV: Richard Hammond’s Invisible Worlds, Richard Hammond’s Miracles of Nature and Wild Weather with Richard Hammond
Authors:  Nigel Morris 
Page Start: 119
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Examining how scientists ‘do’ gender: An analysis of the representations of hegemonic masculinity and emphasized femininity on The Big Bang Theory
Authors:  Emily Blosser 
Page Start: 137
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‘As if eavesdropping on actual filming’: The origins of the wildlife making-of documentary genre
Authors:  Jean-Baptiste Gouyon 
Page Start: 155
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When popular culture phenomena provide experimental grounds for science: The example of death’s perception, bereavement and mourning
Page Start: 171
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Selling stellar leftovers: The good, the bad and the bizarre
Authors:  C. Renée James 
Page Start: 177
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