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GEMS100: Fall 2020

Information is not neutral. 

Research is conducted, published, and consumed in specific social and historical contexts. While academics hold peer reviewed research as the gold standard of scholarship, it is not immune to bias. The ways we search for, access, and use peer reviewed research in our own scholarship is mediated by systems that reproduce social inequalities.