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Teaching Sciences: The Multicultural Question Revisited
Summarizes the case for a universalist approach to science education. Examines the weaknesses of universalism within the limits of human cognitive capabilities in constraining what we understand about nature, a description of reality as a flux, and the disunity of science and the role of culturally different forms and social organization of research shaping the cognitive content of the sciences. (Author/SAH)
Author/Creator: Stanley, William B., Brickhouse, Nancy W.
Date Published: Jan
Journal/Secondary Title: Science Education
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