Minority languages and science communication: ‘Elhuyar’: Journalism and science in Basque


Abstract


Elhuyar magazine was born in 1974 with the aim of adap-ting Basque language to science and technical fields. From that moment on, the magazine has become a publication of reference in science communication, and grants especial relevance to research done in the Basque Country, while it entertains its readers and educates them in science culture.


Keywords


science communication; Elhuyar; basque; popular science magazines

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