New Ways of Knowing: The Sciences, Society, and Reconstructive Knowledge
Marcus G. Raskin, Herbert J. Bernstein, Herbert G. Bernstein, Susan Buck-Morss, Noam Chomsky, Michael Goldhaber, Edward S. Herman, Joseph Turner
Rowman & Littlefield, 1987 - Social Science - 293 pages
Examines the social and ethical aspects of science and argues that research should incorporate social responsibility, democratic principles, and ethical standards
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