Journal / Book Title
Standing up for science is part of sociology's mission as a social science. Standing up is also consistent with our field's ethical obligation to identify and avoid research compromised by conflict of interests.
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Ruane, Janet M., "Should Sociologists Stand Up for Science? Absolutely!" (2017). Department of Sociology Faculty Scholarship and Creative Works. 24.
Ruane, Janet M. "Should Sociologists Stand Up for Science? Absolutely!." In Sociological Forum, vol. 33, no. 1, pp. 239-241. 2018.
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