Jekylls and Hydes: Rhetoric of the Scientist
A guide to resources for PWR 1GIY: Jekylls and Hydes: Rhetoric of the Scientist. Researching how various texts construct views of the scientist in relation to truth, power, imagination, and the larger society. Papers may focus on how a concept of the scientist's private identity develops in contrast to professional identity; what shapes the relationship between the scientist and another cultural institution, such as art, religion, education, or public policy; or, how a particular definition of the scientist emerges in a work of fiction or film.
2. Find Books, Journal Titles and Media in Stanford's Online Catalog, SearchWorks.
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Background/reference sources for scientific rhetoric
Use these sources to help you pick a topic and to provide context to your research based argument.