Fringe Scientific Claims and Scientific Controversy- Bibliography

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Martin , Brian (1991) Scientific Knowledge in Controversy: The Social Dynamics of the Fluoridation Debate, State University of New York Press,

Simon, Bart (2002) Undead Science: Science Studies and the Afterlife of Cold Fusion, Rutgers University Press, New BrunswickCollins, H.M and Pinch, T. (2005) Dr Golem: How to think about Medicine, The University of Chicago Press, Chica Hess, David & Coley, J.S. (2012) Wireless Smart Meters and Public Acceptance: The Environment, Limted Choices, and Precautionary Politics, Public Understanding of Science, [Awaiting Publication, Epub, ahead of print]go and LondonSoneryd, L. (2007) Deliberations on the unknown, the Unsensed, and the Unsayable?: Public Protests and Development of Third Generation Mobile Phones in Sweden, Science Technology and Human Values, Vol.32, pp.287-314Collins, H.M. & Pinch, T. (1979) The Construction of the Paranormal: nothing unscientific is happening in Wallis, R. (ed.), The Sociological Review Monograph No.27: On The Margins of Science: The Social Construction of Rejected Knowledge, Keele University Press, Keele, pp.237-270Dolby, R.G.A, (1979), Reflections on Deviant Science, in Wallis, R. (ed.), The Sociological Review Monograph No.27: On The Margins of Science: The Social Construction of Rejected Knowledge, Keele University Press, Keele, pp.9-47Wallis, R. (ed.), The Sociological Review Monograph No.27: On The Margins of Science: The Social Construction of Rejected Knowledge, Keele University Press, Keele, pp.9-47Richards, Eveleen, (1991) Vitamin C and Cancer: Medicine or Politics, Macmillan, LondonCollins, H.M. & Pinch, T.J. (1982) Frames of Meaning: The Social Construction of extraordinary Science, Routledge and Kegan Paul, LondonPeterson, J.C. and Markle, G.E.(1979) Politics and Science in the Laetrile Controversy, Social Studies of Science,9,pp.139-166Degele, Nina (2005) On the Margins of Everything: Doing, Performing, and Staging Science in Homeopathy, Science Technology and Human Values, Vol. 30, pp.111-136Dolby, R.G.A (1975) What Can we Usefully Learn from the Velikovsky Affair, Social Studies of Science, Vol.5, pp.165- 175 Westrum, Ron (1978) Science and Social Intelligence about anomalies: The Case of Meteorites, Social Studies of Science, Vol.8, pp.461-493 Wynne, B. (1976) C.G. Barkla and the J Phenomenon: A Case Study in the treatment of Deviance in Physics, Social Studies of Science, Vol.6, pp.307-347Magyar, G. (1977) Pseudo-effects in Experimental Physics: Some Notes for Case-Studies, Social Studies of Science, Vol.7, pp.241-256Pinch, T.J. (1979) Normal Explanations of the Paranormal: The Demarcation Problem and Fraud in Parapsychology, Social Studies of Science, Vol.9, p.329-348Gordon, M.D. (1982) How Socially Distinctive is Cognitive Deviance in an Emergent Science? The Case of Parapsychology, Social Studies of Science, Vol. 12, pp.151-165Nickles, T. (1984) A revolution that Failed: Collins and Pinch on the Paranormal, Social Studies of Science, Vol.14, pp.297-308Collins, H.M. and Pinch, T.J. (1984) Private Science and Public Knowledge: The Committee for the Scientific Investigation of the Claims of the Paranormal and its use of the Literature, Social Studies of Science, Vol.14, pp.521-546Cole, Simon A. (1996) Which Came First, the Fossil or The Fuel? Social Studies of Science, Vol.26, pp.733-766

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