2 edition of sociology of the scientific community. found in the catalog.
sociology of the scientific community.
T. J. Pinch
Written in English
Taken from Companion to the history of modernscience / edited by R. C. Olby.
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But humans and their social interactions are so diverse that they can seem impossible to chart or explain.