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Further readings

  • Science, society, values
    • Values in science (an introduction). Douglas Allchin, in International Handbook of Science Education. 1988 (pdf)
    • Aims of education address. Questioning the authority of truth. 2011. University of Chicago. by B.E. Harcourt.
    • Citizen Scientists. Jack Stilgoe, pamphlet, 2009. (pdf)
    • The slow science manifesto.
  • Academic community, responsibility, integrity
    • Double-Blind Review Favours Increased Representation of Female Authors. Budden AE et al. Trends in Ecology & Evolution. 2008. (pdf)
    • How to Make More Published Research True. Ioannidis, J. PLoS Medicine. 2014 (pdf)
    • Scientists Behaving Badly. Martinson B. et al. Nature. 2005
    • Science Faculty’s Subtle Gender Biases Favor Male Students. Moss-Racusin C. et al. PNAS. 2012 (full text)
  • Sociology of science, science studies
    • Situated Knowledges: The Science Question in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective. Donna Haraway. Feminist Studies. 1988 (pdf)
    • An Inquiry Into the Modes of Existence. Bruno Latour. 2012.
    • Une Autre Science Est Possible ! Isabelle Stengers. 2013.
  • Science and social outreach
    • Scientists who engage with society perform better academically.
       
      Pablo Jensen et al.,  Science and Public Policy. 2008. (pdf)
    • Travels In Troy With Freire, technology as agent of emancipation. Paulo Blikstein, in Freire and the Possible Dream. 2008. (pdf)
    • Public Participation in Scientific Research: Defining the Field and Assessing Its Potential for Informal Science Education. A CAISE Inquiry Group Report (pdf)
    • Teaching science for social justice. A.C. Barton et al. 2003. (google book)
    • Review of literature around engagement with young people from disadvantaged backgrounds (Wellcome Trust, pdf)
    • Research into engagement activities with young people from disadvantaged backgrounds (Wellcome Trust, pdf)

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