Doing Science + Culture
Roddey Reid, Sharon Traweek
Psychology Press, 2000 - Science - 339 pages
Doing Science + Culture is a groundbreaking book on the cultural study of science, technology and medicine. Outstanding contributors including life and physical scientists, anthropologists, sociologists, literature/communication scholars and historians of science who focus on the analysis of science and scientific discourses within culture: what it means to "do" science.
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