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Abstract: The result of misunderstanding science by students is their inability as future citizens to impact science public policies. The solution argued last year included creating courses in science studies serving two purposes: destroy students' stereotypical certainties about science and help them become "historical realists" in regard to scientific practices. But we also speculated that dismissing the myth of scientific objectivity and teaching the historical and sociological underpinnings of science might lead to … Show more

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“…These pseudoscientific applications are generally propagated by well-organized groups with the aim of substantial commercial interests in popular media (Castelao-Lawless, 2002).The impact of mass media regarding persuasion of society constitutes undesirable public understanding of science. According to Castelao-Lawless (2002), impact of mass media mislead the public about image of science that all ideas can be seen scientific as long as it conducted in the eye of the beholders and it's accepted by some group of people as such. Since this image of science imposes public scientific relativism, it's accepted one of the most important limitations in achieving desirable NOS understanding.…”
Section: Demarcation Of Science From Pseudosciencementioning
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“…These pseudoscientific applications are generally propagated by well-organized groups with the aim of substantial commercial interests in popular media (Castelao-Lawless, 2002).The impact of mass media regarding persuasion of society constitutes undesirable public understanding of science. According to Castelao-Lawless (2002), impact of mass media mislead the public about image of science that all ideas can be seen scientific as long as it conducted in the eye of the beholders and it's accepted by some group of people as such. Since this image of science imposes public scientific relativism, it's accepted one of the most important limitations in achieving desirable NOS understanding.…”
Section: Demarcation Of Science From Pseudosciencementioning
“…Bauer et al, 2000;Castelão-Lawless, 2002 Em testes relacionados a atitudes e opiniões, a dificuldade radica no grau de traço latente requerido para responder (Pasquali, 2009;Urbina, 2006). Assim, a pergunta da enquête nacional do MCT (2010), "As autoridades devem obrigar legalmente os cientistas a seguir padrões éticos nas pesquisas" possui uma dificuldade mínima, dado que a redação mesma já indica uma resposta desejável.…”
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