Postmodern attitude toward science

Miller, Julie Ann; Stevens, Jane Ellen
June 1994
BioScience;Jun94, Vol. 44 Issue 6, p395
Academic Journal
Focuses on the postmodern attitude toward science in the United States. Failure of mass education to instruct young people adequately about scientific methods, standards and content; Rutgers University mathematician Norman Levitt's comments.


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