Understanding Popular Science
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 1. jun. 2006 - 183 strani
Understanding Popular Science provides a framework to help understand the development of popular science and current debates about it. In a lively and accessible style, Peter Broks shows how popular science has been invented, redefined and fought over.
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