"First published 2014 by Ashgate Publishing"--t.p. verso.
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1. Introduction 2. The struggle to define therapeutic cloning 3. Human cloning before Dolly 4. Epochal change in the contemporary human cloning debate 5. Therapeutic cloning science in the global risk society 6. Mediating scientific risk in the public sphere 7. The role of science journalism 8. Previous research on human cloning in the media 9. Scientific utopianism and balanced hype 10. Scientific dystopianism, balanced hype and haphazard hype 11. The role of science fiction in scientific dystopianism 12. Scientific nationalism 13. Sources : the raw materials of science news 14. Framing the science : the role of scientists in the mediated public sphere 15. Science politics from below : patient advocates and anti-abortion activists enter the fray 16. Science politics from below : anti-abortion groups ascend as the leading opposition 17. The ethical experts : professional bioethicists in the therapeutic cloning debate 18. Mediating public engagement : promises and problems 19. Conclusion.