UNIVERSITY PRESSES OF CALIFORNIA, COLUMBIA AND PRINCETON
|SERIES:||PRINCETON STUDIES IN CULTURAL SOCIOLOGY|
|SIZE:||229 x 152|
|TYPE:||Professional and Vocational|
Product Description for DISRUPTING SCIENCE
Reveals how the scientific community worked to unbind its own scientific authority and change how science and scientists are perceived. This book examines the features of American science that made it a target for protesters in the early cold war era, including scientists' work in military research perceived as environmentally harmful.
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