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The Death of Expertise

Publisher: [s.l.] : Oxford University Press Inc, 2017
Edition/Format:   Print book

From the anti-vaccination movement to citizen blogging to uninformed attacks on GMOs, the nation has witnessed a surge in intellectual egalitarianism. While increased access to information  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
ISBN: 9780190469412 0190469412
OCLC Number: 974524235
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Contents: Table of Contents ; Introduction ; A Nation of Explainers ; Chapter One ; Higher Education: The Customer is Always Right ; Chapter Two ; Let me Google That for You: The Impact of the Internet ; Chapter Three ; History is Bunk, and So is Science: How Conversation Became Exhausting ; Chapter Four ; The New Journalism - and New Journalists ; Chapter Five ; Don't Blame Us: Why Expertise and Policy Aren't the Same Thing ; Chapter Six ; When the Experts are Wrong ; Conclusion ; Democracy, Expertise, and Citizenship
Responsibility: Nichols, Tom.


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Meticulously researched * Sheril Kirshenbaum, Science * Nichols has a sense of humour and chooses his examples well. His anger is a lot more attractive than the standard condescension. * Robert Read more...

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