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Science & Education

, Volume 16, Issue 3–5, pp 217–230 | Cite as

The Uses of Sociology of Science for Scientists and Educators

  • Harry collinsEmail author
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Abstract

When I was preparing this talk I stumbled across another computer file entitled ‘Leeds.’ Curious, I opened it (converting it from Wordstar!) and found an account of the journey I made about 18 years ago, the last time I came to a conference in Leeds. By the end of the talk I hope to find the moral.

Keywords

Gravitational Wave Laboratory Bench Gravitational Wave Detection Interactional Expertise Literary Approach 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Cardiff UniversityCardiffWales

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