Edis Taner (1999). Â« Cloning Creationism in Turkey Â». Review National Center for Science Education, vol. 19, nÂ° 6, novembreâ€”dĂ©cembre, p. 30–35. En ligne : <http://www.ncseweb.org/ ... n_turkey_12_30_1899.asp>.
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Cloning Creationism in Turkey
by Taner Edis
Originally published in RNCSE 19 (6): 30-35. The version on the web might differ slightly from the print publication.
To observers in the industrialized Western world, "scientific creationism" often seems an American phenomenon. In other English-speaking countries, creationism has a much smaller constituency, and though orthodox Israeli Jews or French Muslims occasionally make a stand against Darwin (Numbers 1992; Kepel 1997), creationism has not become the persistent nuisance for public education that it is in the United States."
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