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Decline in Critical Commentary, 1963-2004

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Author
  • Philip R. P. Coelho
  • Frederick De Worken-Eley III
  • James E. McClure
Keywords Critical commentary, scientific inquiry, debate, editorial policy, prejudice, error, reliability, animosity, vanity
Volume Number 2
Issue Number 2
Pages 355-361
File URL Decline in Critical Commentary, 1963-2004
File Format PDF
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Publication year 2005

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