Ritual Abuse, Hot Air, and Missed Opportunities

  title={Ritual Abuse, Hot Air, and Missed Opportunities},
  author={M. Crichton},
  pages={1461 - 1463}
  • M. Crichton
  • Published 1999
  • Political Science
  • Science
  • Scientists dislike negative portrayals of scientists and scientific research in the media. However, a closer examination reveals that these media images are inevitable and probably cannot be changed. Science should turn instead to practical steps to improve its image with the public. 
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