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How Academic Biologists and Physicists View Science Outreach
Scholars and pundits alike argue that U.S. scientists could do more to reach out to the general public. Yet, to date, there have been few systematic studies that examine how scientists understand theExpand
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Gender Segregation in Elite Academic Science
Efforts to understand gender segregation within and among science disciplines have focused on both supply- and demand-side explanations. Yet we know little about how academic scientists themselvesExpand
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Religion among Academic Scientists: Distinctions, Disciplines, and Demographics
The religiosity of scientists is a persistent topic of interest and debate among both popular and academic commentators. Researchers look to this population as a case study for understanding theExpand
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Scientists Want More Children
Scholars partly attribute the low number of women in academic science to the impact of the science career on family life. Yet, the picture of how men and women in science – at different points in theExpand
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Narratives of Science Outreach in Elite Contexts of Academic Science
Using data from interviews with 133 physicists and biologists working at elite research universities in the United States, we analyze narratives of outreach. We identify discipline-specific barriersExpand
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Individual Religiosity and Orientation towards Science: Reformulating Relationships
The religion-science relationship has been the focus of a growing body of research. Such analyses have often suffered from poorly specified concepts related to religion and to science. At theExpand
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Negotiating Continuity: Family and Religious Socialization for Second-Generation Asian Americans
This article examines second-generation Asian Americans' explanations of the significant influences on their own religious identities. Data include interviews (N = 73) with college-aged AsianExpand
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Ethical Ambiguity in Science
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This study examines the narratives of 48 physicists to explain the concept of ethical ambiguity: the border where legitimate and illegitimate conduct is blurred. Expand
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Different identity accounts for catholic women
Through interviews with thirty-seven individuals, I compare personal "identity accounts" for women who agree with Church doctrines, those who disagree and leave the Church, and those who disagree andExpand
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International Stem Cell Collaboration: How Disparate Policies between the United States and the United Kingdom Impact Research
As the scientific community globalizes, it is increasingly important to understand the effects of international collaboration on the quality and quantity of research produced. While it is generallyExpand
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