Mètode Science Studies Journal - Annual Review

Mètode Science Studies Journal (ISSN 2174-3487 - eISSN 2174-9221) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research, commentary and analysis on current research and science communication. The online version of the journal (www.uv.es/metode) updates its content quarterly. Articles published in the online version are also collected in the printed Annual Review of the magazine. We accept articles on all fields of science, which undergo a double-blind peer review quality process.

Mètode SSJ is indexed in Scopus, Emerging Source Citation Index, ERIH Plus and Latindex, among others.


Issue 6 (2016)

Science grid. The public understanding of science

 

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Issue 7 (in progress)

Table of Contents

The secrets of the brain. An evolutionary perspective on neuroscience

Building brains that can evolve: Challenges and prospects for evo-devo neurobiology PDF
Georg F Striedter
Architect genes of the brain: A look at brain evolution through genoarchitecture PDF
Jose Luis Ferran
Next stop: Language. The ‘FOXP2’ gene’s journey through time PDF
Adriana Schatton, Constance Scharff
Human brain evolution: How the increase of brain plasticity made us a cultural species PDF
Aida Gómez-Robles, Chet C. Sherwood
From metaphor to action: Embodied language cognition PDF
Pilar Casado

Interferences. The troubled relationship between science and ideology

Evolutionary biology and beliefs: How ideology can draw different social stances from science PDF
Michael Ruse
Science and ideology: The case of physics in Nazi Germany PDF
Philip Ball
Charles Darwin and ideology: Rethinking the Darwinian revolution PDF
Janet Browne
The conversion of the atom: Nuclear science and ideology in Francoist Spain PDF
Xavier Roqué Rodríguez
A reconciliation with Darwin? Divergent views on evolutionism in Erich Wasmann and Jaime Pujiula, biologists and Jesuits PDF
Juli Peretó, Jesús I. Català

SheScience. Science from a gender perspective

An open path for gender equality in research: When women scientists question the state of science and the institutions embrace the criticism
Ana Sánchez, Teresa Samper-Gras, Marcela Jabbaz, Capitolina Díaz
Science from women’s lives. Better Science? How gendered studies improve science and lives
Carmen Magallón Portolés
Breaking the glass ceiling: The defense of the doctoral thesis as a key moment
Nazareth Gallego Morón
The science of difference. The invisibility of women in health sciences
Carme Valls-Llobet
Gender research from multiple disciplines: Profiles, commitments and interrelations in an interdisciplinary group
Marine Buet


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