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Science In Society: An Introduction to Social Studies of Science Paperback – Mar 26 2004

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'The book's many strengths make it a little gem or classic both for the interested
beginner to this subject and for those searching for a solid overview. '
- Peter Morrell, Electronic Journal of Sociology

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Dull, overly verbose Feb. 19 2013
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I found this overly comprehensive analysis of the relationship between society and science difficult to read and less than rewarding. While Bucchi presents some interesting concepts, he lingers too long on others, and mixes overexplanation with underexplanation. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone who isn't extremely drawn into the subject matter (or forced to read it for a school course as I was)