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An open letter to The BMJ editors on qualitative research
T Greenhalgh, E Annandale, R Ashcroft, J Barlow, N Black, A Bleakley, ...
Bmj 352, 2016
3352016
Climate change on Twitter: Topics, communities and conversations about the 2013 IPCC Working Group 1 report
W Pearce, K Holmberg, I Hellsten, B Nerlich
PloS one 9 (4), e94785, 2014
2462014
Communicating climate change: conduits, content, and consensus
W Pearce, B Brown, B Nerlich, N Koteyko
Wiley interdisciplinary reviews: Climate change 6 (6), 613-626, 2015
1422015
Visual cross-platform analysis: Digital methods to research social media images
W Pearce, SM Özkula, AK Greene, L Teeling, JS Bansard, JJ Omena, ...
Information, Communication & Society 23 (2), 161-180, 2020
1212020
The new randomised controlled trials (RCT) movement in public policy: challenges of epistemic governance
W Pearce, S Raman
Policy sciences 47 (4), 387-402, 2014
1172014
The social media life of climate change: Platforms, publics, and future imaginaries
W Pearce, S Niederer, SM Özkula, N Sánchez Querubín
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 10 (2), e569, 2019
1082019
Beyond counting climate consensus
W Pearce, R Grundmann, M Hulme, S Raman, E Hadley Kershaw, ...
Environmental Communication: a journal of nature and culture, 2017
982017
Evidence and policy: discourses, meanings and practices
A Wesselink, H Colebatch, W Pearce
Policy Sciences 47 (4), 339-344, 2014
982014
Against the tide of depoliticisation: The politics of research governance
S Hartley, W Pearce, A Taylor
Policy & Politics 45 (3), 361-377, 2017
592017
Evidence and meaning in policy making
W Pearce, A Wesselink, H Colebatch
Evidence & Policy 10 (2), 161, 2014
582014
Why setting a climate deadline is dangerous
S Asayama, R Bellamy, O Geden, W Pearce, M Hulme
Nature Climate Change 9 (8), 570-572, 2019
552019
Three lessons from evidence-based medicine and policy: increase transparency, balance inputs and understand power
K Oliver, W Pearce
Palgrave Communications, 2017
542017
Science advice for global challenges: Learning from trade-offs in the IPCC
W Pearce, M Mahony, S Raman
Environmental Science & Policy 80, 125-131, 2018
512018
Randomised trials in context: practical problems and social aspects of evidence-based medicine and policy
W Pearce, S Raman, A Turner
Trials 16 (1), 1-7, 2015
502015
Tension between scientific certainty and meaning complicates communication of IPCC reports
GJS Hollin, W Pearce
Nature Climate Change 5 (8), 753-756, 2015
452015
What do we know about public attitudes towards experts? Reviewing survey data in the United Kingdom and European Union
K Dommett, W Pearce
Public Understanding of Science, 2019
312019
Why are NGOs sceptical of genome editing?
R Helliwell, S Hartley, W Pearce, L O'Neill
EMBO reports, e201744385, 2017
28*2017
Scientific data and its limits: rethinking the use of evidence in local climate change policy
W Pearce
Evidence & Policy 10 (2), 187-203, 2014
272014
NGO perspectives on the social and ethical dimensions of plant genome-editing
R Helliwell, S Hartley, W Pearce
Agriculture and Human Values 36 (4), 779-791, 2019
242019
Trouble in the trough: how uncertainties were downplayed in the UK’s science advice on Covid-19
W Pearce
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 7 (1), 1-6, 2020
212020
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