Azeotropic Data-III by Lee H. Horsley, Robert F. Gould

By Lee H. Horsley, Robert F. Gould

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27, 25, 1990. Williamson J. Every virus tells a story: the meanings of HIV and AIDS. In Taking Liberties: AIDS and Cultural Politics (Edited by Carter E. ), p. 69. Serpents Tail, London, 1989. 2 Biological Determinism and Homosexuality Bonnie Spanier ‘‘Why Are Men and Women Different? It isn’t just upbringing. ’’ (Gorman) ‘‘Is Homosexuality Born or Bred? ’’ (Gelman) The recent upsurge in scientific claims about biological bases for male-female differences (including assumed characteristics such as ‘‘female intuition’’) and for differences in sexual orientation (cast as either homosexual or heterosexual) comes from some unexpected quarters.

Contradictory findings often signal problems in the conceptualization of the studies involved (faulty questions; inadequately controlled design) and should prompt researchers to be cautious about drawing conclusions. When we find scientists failing to be cautious, we are documenting how the norms of the scientific community, including the values shaping decisions about when to give more leeway on what is labeled valid science, play a significant role in perpetuating bad science as well as Social Darwinism in its new incarnation.

University of California Press, Berkeley, 1988. Juhasz A. The contained threat: women in mainstream AIDS documentary. J. Sex Res. 27, 25, 1990. Williamson J. Every virus tells a story: the meanings of HIV and AIDS. In Taking Liberties: AIDS and Cultural Politics (Edited by Carter E. ), p. 69. Serpents Tail, London, 1989. 2 Biological Determinism and Homosexuality Bonnie Spanier ‘‘Why Are Men and Women Different? It isn’t just upbringing. ’’ (Gorman) ‘‘Is Homosexuality Born or Bred? ’’ (Gelman) The recent upsurge in scientific claims about biological bases for male-female differences (including assumed characteristics such as ‘‘female intuition’’) and for differences in sexual orientation (cast as either homosexual or heterosexual) comes from some unexpected quarters.

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