Robert K. Merton wrote a number of works on the sociology of science in the 1940s and 1950s and is generally recognized as the founder of the field. Merton identified four standards that represent “ethos” of science: community-wide basis, which he suggested were necessary to maintain science as a viable institution.

Robert K. Merton wrote a number of works on the sociology of science in the 1940s and 1950s and is generally recognized as the founder of the field. Merton identified four standards that represent “ethos” of science. Community-wide basis, which he suggested were necessary to science as a viable sustainable institution
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