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Interactions with the scientific community, 2000

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The text was published by Glencoe, and has a copywrite date of /5(1). Science benefits from diverse interests and different points of view. This module explores at the human side of science.

With a look at the unique background and motivations of individual scientists, it is clear how personal experience, varied perspectives, creativity, and even chance contribute to progress in science.

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Hagstrom] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Examines the influence of scientists on the conduct of one another's research, with reference to central goals and values of the scientific communityAuthor: Warren O. Hagstrom. The scientific community is a diverse network of interacting scientists.

It includes many "sub-communities" working on particular scientific fields, and within particular institutions; interdisciplinary and cross-institutional activities are also significant. Objectivity is expected to be achieved by the scientific method.

Peer review, through discussion and debate within journals and conferences.

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Interactions within the scientific community and the scrutiny they entail take time and can slow the process of science.

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