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Relativism and our warrant for scientific theories
§II The community thesis is an instance of the more general communitarian claim that “normative phenomena can only exist within communities”.7 This claim, Kusch argues, is supported by
Mobile Phone Masts: Protesting the Scientific Evidence
Had the government accepted the Stewart Inquiry recommendation that mobile phone masts should be subject to full planning permission it would have satisfied the needs of both protesters
Reliability of journal impact factor rankings
The underlying citation rate for each journal, λi the underlying journal impact factor, taken as the mean over the updates for each parameter, together with the uncertainty associated
The assessment of hydration states in advanced cancer patients using novel technology: the evaluation of bioelectrical impedance vector analysis (BIVA) in the palliative care setting
Explanation Anticholinergic Burden Score Association of Palliative Medicine Bioelectrical impedance analysis Bioelectrical impedance spectroscopy Bioelectrical impedance vector analysis
Locating Penal Transportation: Punishment, Space and Place.
Some of the variable penal uses of space can be seen when observing the multiple destinations for those transported to Western Australia from Britain and other parts of the British
Second nature
2002 critical realist account of social action combine to support an alternate position to the predominant discursive psychological approach informed by epistemological constructionism
Bibliometric analysis of Chinese superconductivity research, 1986-2007
A different picture is revealed in Figures 4c and 4d when we turn to the citation data i.e., Tables 12 and 13 containing the important citing subject areas and the important citing
Boundary objects, social meanings and the success of new technologies
My historical case study has provided my data source: its detailed analysis of social meanings has suggested that technological objects a spray, a gown, a mask and so on can themselves
Protesting mobile phone masts: Risk, neoliberalism, and governmentality
Early disquiet surrounding mobile phone masts was due to the planning arrangements that allowed mobile phone operators to site a mast with little or no public consultation, only later
Censoring Science in Sixteenth-Century Italy : Recent (And Not-So-Recent) Research
It had in fact been generally assumed that ignorant censors and a fundamentally negative attitude towards modern intellectual developments would have caused the decline of science and
Becoming visible as a profession in a climate of competitiveness: The role of research
Figure 2: Transferable skills of DMT / Body Psychotherapy  GETTING STARTED: Personal motivation, curiosity, the ability to articulate and question patterns  EPISTEMOLOGY AND ONTOLOGY:
Knowledge, character and professionalisation in nineteenth-century British science
Science as a distinct body of knowledge and expertise From its earliest beginnings, the British Association sought to define itself as fundamentally different from other learned
Chromophilia: The Design World's Passion for Colour
Batchelor shows how chromophobia played out in literature and architecture, leading the novelist Herman Melville to make the great white whale the protagonist in Moby-Dick 1851, and
Scientists as policy actors: a study of the language of biofuel research
Captions and Figure notes Figure 1 A summary of the analytic process Figure 2 The interpretation of the grant proposal summary given by the Research Councils UK Figure 3
Affective practices, care and bioscience: a study of two laboratories
Affective practices, care and bioscience: a study of two laboratories show the patterns of affect and care for colleagues, careers and futures that, alongside work with materials and
Marconi, masculinity and the heroic age of science: wireless telegraphy at the British Association meeting at Dover in 1899
Marconi, Masculinity and the Heroic Age of Science: Wireless Telegraphy at the British Association Meeting at Dover in 1899 Heather Ellis University of Sheffield Focusing on the
Enactments of Systems Biology
The development of the advanced computational technologies that got off the ground with the human genome project, and in particular the development of new statistical, mathematical, and
Laboratory Beagles and Affective Co-Productions of Knowledge
Affective beagle-researcher bonds, therefore, do not necessarily open up space for the animals to have a more participatory role in the production of knowledge in the laboratory,