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Constructing scientific communities: citizen science in the Nineteenth and Twenty-First Centuries

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‘I like all scientific periodicals’, Charles Darwin told Joseph Hooker in November 1869. His fondness for such publications seemed to have no bounds, and, unlike more snooty contemporaries like Hooker, he avidly read even those journals he considered ‘rather ephemeral’, including such self-consciously demotic titles as the Popular Science Review and Scientific Opinion. A particular favourite of Darwin’s was the Magazine of Natural History, which he called ‘Loudon’s and Charlesworth’s Journ...

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10.1080/13555502.2015.1022053

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University of Oxford
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HUMS
Department:
English Faculty
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University of Oxford
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MPLS
Department:
Physics
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Publisher:
Taylor and Francis (Routledge) Publisher's website
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Journal of Victorian Culture Journal website
Volume:
20
Issue:
2
Pages:
246-254
Publication date:
2015-03-19
Acceptance date:
2015-03-02
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1750-0133
ISSN:
1355-5502
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611458
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English
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2016-03-23

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