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Gossip as Social Control: Informal Sanctions on Ethical Violations in Scientific Workplaces
Research on misconduct in science has largely focused on egregious violations such as fabrication, falsification, and plagiarism. Recent scholarship, however, calls for greater attention to forms of everyday misconduct and ...
Rejecting the conflict narrative: American Jewish and Muslim views on science and religion
Sociological research on the US population’s views of science and religion has recently burgeoned, but focuses primarily on Christian fundamentalists and evangelicals. Our study advances understandings of how Americans of ...
Strategies Men Use to Negotiate Family and Science
Despite the growing research devoted to women in science, the connection made between family life and work by men in science is not fully known. Here we present results from interviews with 54 men who were selected from a ...
Male Scientists' Competing Devotions to Work and Family: Changing Norms in a Male-Dominated Profession
Using in-depth interviews with 74 men across different ranks in biology and physics at prestigious U.S. universities, the authors ask to what extent changing norms of fatherhood and a flexible workplace affect men working ...
Perceptions of Science Education Among African American and White Evangelicals: A Texas Case Study
Evangelicals have been highlighted at the intersections of religion, science, and education, yet little is known about how evangelicals perceive public science education and how these perceptions compare across racial ...
Individual Religiosity and Orientation towards Science: Reformulating Relationships
The religion-science relationship has been the focus of a growing body of research. Such analyses have often suffered from poorly specified concepts related to religion and to science. At the individual level, scholars ...