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  1. Navigating Alarming Media Messages About Nutrition and Health.Jonna Wiblom, Maria Andrée & Carl-Johan Rundgren - 2020 - Science & Education 29 (1):75-100.
    This study focuses the emerging need for young people to critically respond to alarming messages in contemporary media highlighting the potential benefits or harms of certain foods. Besides being technical, advancements in the field of nutrition reported in media are often of tentative and speculative character, primarily selected and constructed on the basis of their news value rather than as representing established knowledge. The study aims to study students’ capabilities to navigate and critically respond to controversial media messages about health (...)
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  • Towards Eco-Reflexive Science Education.Jesper Sjöström, Ingo Eilks & Vânia G. Zuin - 2016 - Science & Education 25 (3-4):321-341.
    The modern world can be described as a globalized risk society. It is characterized by increasing complexity, unpredictable consequences of techno-scientific innovations and production, and its environmental consequences. Therefore, chemistry, just like many other knowledge areas, is in an ongoing process of environmentalization. For example, green chemistry has emerged as a new chemical metadiscipline and movement. The philosophy of green chemistry was originally based on a suggestion of twelve principles for environment-friendly chemistry research and production. The present article problematizes limitations (...)
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  • Ludwik Fleck.Wojciech Sady - unknown - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.
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