Le Discours Scientifique Comme Porteur De Préjugés?

Mestengo Press (1998)
Theoretical approach - Prejudice and science - Prejudice and politics - Science and sex - Medicine and prejudice - Prejudice and literature.
Keywords Science Congresses  Prejudices Congresses  Communication in science Congresses  Science Congresses
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Call number Q175.5.D54 1998
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