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Biomedical Literacy in the United States: Exploring the borderland between science and citizenship
Unformatted Document Text:  15 REFERENCES Almond, G. A. 1950. The American People and Foreign Policy. New York: Harcourt, Braca and Company. Du Toit, M. & Du Toit, S. 2001. Interactive LISREL: User’s Guide. Chicago: Scientific Software International. Hayduk, L. A. 1987. Structural Equation Modeling with LISREL. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press. Johnson, J.D. 1997. Cancer-Related Information Seeking. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. Jöreskog, K., & Sörbom, D. 1993. Lisrel 8. Chicago: Scientific Software International. Miller, J. D. 1982. A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Public Attitudes toward Conservation and Energy Issues, in D. Conn (Ed.), Energy and Material Resources. Boulder: Westview Press. Pp. 61-78. Miller, J. D. 1983a. The American People and Science Policy. New York: Pergamon Press. Miller, J. D. 1983b. Scientific Literacy: A conceptual and Empirical Review. Daedalus, 112(2), 29-48. Miller, J. D. 1987a. Scientific Literacy in the United States. In D. Evered & M. O'Connor (Eds.), Communicating Science to the Public. London: Wiley. Miller, J. D. 1987b. The Challenger accident and public opinion: attitudes toward the space programme in the USA. Space Policy, 3:122-40. Miller, J.D. 1992. From Town Meeting to Nuclear Power: the Changing Nature of Citizenship and Democracy in the United States, in A.E.D. Howard (Ed.), The United States Constitution: Roots, Rights, and Responsibilities. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. Pp. 327-338. Miller, J. D. 1994. Public Attentiveness to and Attitudes toward Health Care Issues, in L. Sechrest, T. Backer, E. Rogers, T. Campbell, M. Grady (Eds.), Effective Dissemination of Clinical and Health Information. Rockville, Maryland: HCPR Pub. No. 95-0015. Miller, J. D. 1995. Scientific Literacy for Effective Citizenship. In R. E. Yager (Ed.), Science/Technology/Society as Reform in Science Education. New York: State University of New York Press. Miller, J. D. 1998. The measurement of civic scientific literacy. Public Understanding of Science, 7, 203- 223. Miller, J.D. 2001. The Acquisition and Retention of Scientific Information by American Adults, in J.H. Falk (Ed.), Free-Choice Science Education. New York: Teachers College Press. Pp. 93-114. Miller, J. D., & Pardo, R. 2000. Civic Scientific Literacy and Attitude to Science and Technology: A comparative analysis of the European Union, the United States, Japan, and Canada. In M. Dierkes

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REFERENCES
Almond, G. A. 1950. The American People and Foreign Policy. New York: Harcourt, Braca and
Company.

Du Toit, M. & Du Toit, S. 2001. Interactive LISREL: User’s Guide. Chicago: Scientific Software
International.

Hayduk, L. A. 1987. Structural Equation Modeling with LISREL. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins
University Press.
Johnson, J.D. 1997. Cancer-Related Information Seeking. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Jöreskog, K., & Sörbom, D. 1993. Lisrel 8. Chicago: Scientific Software International.

Miller, J. D. 1982. A Conceptual Framework for Understanding Public Attitudes toward Conservation
and Energy Issues, in D. Conn (Ed.), Energy and Material Resources. Boulder: Westview Press.
Pp. 61-78.

Miller, J. D. 1983a. The American People and Science Policy. New York: Pergamon Press.

Miller, J. D. 1983b. Scientific Literacy: A conceptual and Empirical Review. Daedalus, 112(2), 29-48.

Miller, J. D. 1987a. Scientific Literacy in the United States. In D. Evered & M. O'Connor (Eds.),
Communicating Science to the Public. London: Wiley.

Miller, J. D. 1987b. The Challenger accident and public opinion: attitudes toward the space programme in
the USA. Space Policy, 3:122-40.

Miller, J.D. 1992. From Town Meeting to Nuclear Power: the Changing Nature of Citizenship and
Democracy in the United States, in A.E.D. Howard (Ed.), The United States Constitution: Roots,
Rights, and Responsibilities
. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press. Pp. 327-338.

Miller, J. D. 1994. Public Attentiveness to and Attitudes toward Health Care Issues, in L. Sechrest, T.
Backer, E. Rogers, T. Campbell, M. Grady (Eds.), Effective Dissemination of Clinical and Health
Information
. Rockville, Maryland: HCPR Pub. No. 95-0015.

Miller, J. D. 1995. Scientific Literacy for Effective Citizenship. In R. E. Yager (Ed.),
Science/Technology/Society as Reform in Science Education. New York: State University of New
York Press.

Miller, J. D. 1998. The measurement of civic scientific literacy. Public Understanding of Science, 7, 203-
223.

Miller, J.D. 2001. The Acquisition and Retention of Scientific Information by American Adults, in J.H.
Falk (Ed.), Free-Choice Science Education. New York: Teachers College Press. Pp. 93-114.

Miller, J. D., & Pardo, R. 2000. Civic Scientific Literacy and Attitude to Science and Technology: A
comparative analysis of the European Union, the United States, Japan, and Canada. In M. Dierkes


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