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The quality of single and multiple authored papers; An unresolved problem
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Evidence is examined for the repeated claim that published papers with more than one author are, on average, of higher quality than those with a single author. Expand
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Working in Triads: A Case Study of a Peer Review Process.
Peer review of teaching has become an accepted educational procedure in Australia to quality assure the quality of teaching practices. The institutional implementation of the peer review process canExpand
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Beyond Belief: Skepticism, Science and the Paranormal
Preface 1. Introduction - the paranormal and why it matters 2. The nature of science 3. The paranormal 4. Skepticism - from Socrates to Hume 5. Modern skepticism 6. Bringing skepticism down to earthExpand
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A Sociological Approach to Fraud in Science
This paper extends sociological theory into the controversial area of the presentation of fraudulent scientific results. Although representative evidence does not exist, sufficient cases are known toExpand
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Science, Technology and Society
The Program in Science, Technology, and Society (STS) aims to provide students with an interdisciplinary framework through which to understand the complex interactions of science, technology and theExpand
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Inviting Conversations? Dialogic difficulties in the corporate university
The paper experiments with, and reflects on, the limited possibilities for collaboration and communication across disparate groups within the university setting. The authors respond to the strongExpand
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