Consent and Competence in Representative Government
Political controversies over scientific issues ranging from global warming to biotechnology demonstrate how closely politics today is intertwined with science. This BIT offers insights into how to democratize science without undermining its potential contribution to society, considering the flaws of representative democracy and politicization of science.
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About the Author
Mark B. Brown is Associate Professor in the Department of Government at California State University, Sacramento.