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Scientific Knowledge in Controversy: The Social Dynamics of the Fluoridation Debate (SUNY Series in Science, Technology, and Society) download ebook

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Scientific Knowledge in Controversy: The Social Dynamics of the Fluoridation Debate (SUNY Series in Science, Technology, and Society) download ebook
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0791405397
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Brian Martin
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State University of New York Press (July 3, 1991)
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Fluoridation; Knowledge; Science, Technology, and Society; Health Care .

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4 Scientific knowledge in controversy. Table 1 Percentage of the population served by water supplies with added fluoride, in selected countries in the late 1980s. For details see the appendix. By contrast, most social scientists have treated fluoridation as scientifically beyond dispute and have ignored natural scientists who are opponents. These social scientists have focused on the popular opposition to fluoridation and tried to explain it by factors such as ignorance, political conservatism, alienation, and confusion. Fluoridation is a good topic for examining the dynamics of science and power because the opposition, while far from entirely success-ful, has not been totally submerged.

Scientific Knowledge in Controversy: The Social Dynamics of the Fluoridation Debate is a study of today's most heated and long-lived health controversy as well as a study of the role of power in science.

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Scientific Knowledge in Controversy: The Social Dynamics of the Fluoridation Debate is a study of today’s most heated and long-lived health controversy as well as a study of the role of power in science. It uses the tools of sociology of knowledge and political economy to analyze battles over scientific evidence and the struggle for scientific credibility, the exercise of professional power to suppress opponents, and the role of corporate interests in the debate. The evidence from a variety of countries offers a new perspective on the fluoridation issue and also shows how to link the analysis of rhetoric in scientific disputes with the wider analysis of power in society.