The line between science and pseudoscience
Not Quite Curriculum Theory

The line between science and pseudoscience

Wendel, P. (2007, June). Falsifiability as a science/non-science demarcation criterion in the battle against creationism. Paper presented at the Ninth International History, Philosophy, and Science Teaching Conference, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Wendel (2007 began his analysis with a working definition of the term creationist as “anyone who endorses the theistic creation of the universe … Continue reading

Professionalization of American scientists: public science in the creation/evolution trials.
Not Quite Curriculum Theory

Professionalization of American scientists: public science in the creation/evolution trials.

Gieryn, T., Bevins, G., & Zehr, S. (1985). Professionalization of American scientists: public science in the creation/evolution trials. American Sociological Review, 50(3), 392–409. Retrieved from http://www.jstor.org/stable/2095548. Gieryn, Bevins and Zehr (1985), examined two of the earliest and most influential court cases in the history of the United States legal debate, over whether to allow the … Continue reading