Norms and ideology in science

@article{Mulkay1976NormsAI,
  title={Norms and ideology in science},
  author={M. Mulkay},
  journal={Social Science Information},
  year={1976},
  volume={15},
  pages={637 - 656}
}
  • M. Mulkay
  • Published 1976
  • Sociology
  • Social Science Information
For many years, the scientific research community within the modern Western academic setting was depicted by sociologists as being predominantly openminded, impartial and objective. These features, it was claimed, although they were not unique to the scientific community, were present there to a degree unrealised in other fields of intellectual endeavour. This supposed fact could not be explained in terms of the special characteristics of scientists as individuals, because it was recognised… Expand
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