Journal of Scientific Temper (JST)

Journal of Scientific Temper (JST) is a quarterly journal which publishes articles in the area of scientific temper and public understanding of science. The Journal is devoted to publication of original research in the area of public understanding and attitudes towards science and technology: survey studies, scientific and extra-scientific belief systems, science and education, science popularisation, science fiction, history and philosophy of science, science and media, role of science exhibitions, science centres, science museums and science and technology in developing countries. The articles published in the journal are a strong advocate of the development of scientific temper among various sections of society across the globe.

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Vol 10, No 3 (2022): Journal of Scientific Temper

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Public perceptions and experiences with the on-going COVID-19 immunisation programme in India: A survey based study

Agrawal, Harshita ; Vashishtha, Himanshi ; Debnath, Ishita ; Agarwal, Preeti ; Soni, Renu ; Mishra, Reema
Don’t we need more scientific literature on the impact of science television documentaries, science and science-fiction films in India? PDF
Rahman, Matiur ; Prasanna, NK

Science and Knowledge as a Tool of Subjugation: Perspectives of European Colonialism in India

P.A, Sabareesh ; Sony.A.L, Dr. Reeta

A brief study on the public dissemination of Covid -19 information  through science magazines

Dharmapalan, Biju ; Mahesh, G.

Fostering Scientific Temper in India: Can Bollywood be a Catalyst?


Journal of Scientific Temper (JST)