Science, control & the enactment of bias: an autoethnographic case study

For the sake of our sample, let’s check those definitions from another respected English dictionary, Merriam-Webster. [Image description: screenshots of definitions of “Science” and “Scientific Method” from Merriam-Webster online dictionary. ‘Systematized’ and ‘system of knowledge’ are each highlighted in yellow twice. ‘System’ and ‘systematic’ are each highlighted in yellow once.]
At the sleep clinic. [Image description: A fat white nonbinary person wearing a black tank top and black leggings reclines against a bed with beige sheets and brown pillows. On their stomach sits a blue box from which emerges a tangle of bright, multicoloured wires, several of which are connected to their face with patches of white tape. Their left arm is draped above their head. They are wearing saturated red lipstick. The walls are beige, with rectangles of white fabric and dark brown wood panelling breaking up the space.]

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