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'''Brian Martin''' (born 1947) teaches in the interdisciplinary area of [[Science, technology, and society]] at the [[University of Wollongong]] in [[Australia]], where he became a professor in 2007.<ref name=BMartin>[http://www.bmartin.cc/others/cv.html Martin's curriculum vitae], University of Wollongong (downloaded 27. November 2011)</ref> He was president of [[Whistleblowers Australia]] from 1996 to 1999 and remains their International Director.
 
  
==Background==
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[[File:Bmartin4.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Prof. Brian Martin (Foto: https://www.bmartin.cc/index.html)]]
Martin was born in Gary, Indiana, [[USA]], although grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He took an undergraduate degree at [[Rice University]] from 1965–1969. He left the US primarily to avoid the military draft during the Vietnam War, settling in Sydney where he received his PhD (in [[theoretical physics]])<ref name="fp">{{cite book | last=Martin|first=Brian| title=Strip The Experts |chapter=About the Author | publisher=[[Freedom Press]]| year=1991|isbn=0-900384-63-8}}</ref> from the [[University of Sydney]] in 1976.<ref name=BMartin/><ref>http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/90uw/uw14.html</ref> He also became more concerned about injustice, and joined activist organizations; he has established, and been a part of, several campaigns and organisations. He subsequently worked at the [[Australian National University]] as an applied mathematician before his position was terminated, and became a lecturer at the University of Wollongong in 1986. By then he had started to work on social issues surrounding scientific investigation.<ref name="fp" />
 
  
==Scholarly contributions==
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'''Brian Martin''' (born 1947) teaches in the interdisciplinary area of Science, technology, and society at the University of Wollongong in [[Australia|Australia]], where he became a professor in 2007.<ref name="BMartin">[http://www.bmartin.cc/others/cv.html Martin's curriculum vitae], University of Wollongong (downloaded 27. November 2011)</ref> He was president of [[Whistleblowers_Australia|Whistleblowers Australia]] from 1996 to 1999 and remains their International Director.
The central theme in Martin's research is the dynamics of [[Power (sociology)|power]], with special attention to strategies for challenging repression and exploitation. He has explored power dynamics through an interplay of theory and case studies, including [[nonviolent action]], technological vulnerability, values in science, environmental politics, institutional roots of war, [[dissent]] and [[scientific controversies]]. His backfire model is a framework for understanding tactics used by perpetrators of injustice, as well as providing various means for resisting these tactics. <ref> See list of publications on backfire at: http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/backfire.html </ref>
 
  
Martin is the author of 15 books<ref>[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/index.html Brian Martin: books and booklets] (downloaded 27. November 2011)</ref> and over 200 major papers and chapters.<ref name=BMartin/> His choice of research topic and perspective is individualistic, and ranges widely. Unlike his books, many of his articles are published in unusual locations including activist magazines and online journals. In wider public life, he has spoken at a [[British Science Association]] Festival of Science,<ref>{{cite web|title =Science needs its whistleblowers |publisher=BBC|last=Murcott|first=Toby |url =http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_depth/sci_tech/2000/festival_of_science/919572.stm |date=11 September 2000 | accessdate =29 January 2010}}</ref> broadcast on the [[Australian Broadcasting Corporation]]<ref>{{cite web|title =Perspective: Whistleblowers and Iraq |publisher=ABC|url =http://www.abc.net.au/rn/talks/perspective/stories/s1101634.htm |date=10 May 2004 | accessdate =29 January 2010}}</ref> and testified at the [[Australian Senate]]'s Inquiry into Academic Freedom.<ref>{{cite web|title =Inquiry into Academic Freedom Public Hearing - Sydney, Thursday 9 October 2008 |publisher=Parliament of Australia Senate |url =http://www.aph.gov.au/SENATE/committee/eet_ctte/academic_freedom/hearings/091008.htm|date=9 October 2008 | accessdate =29 January 2010}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title =Monoculture is killing thought |last=Devine| first=Miranda |publisher=Brisbane Times |url =http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/news/opinion/monoculture-is-killing-thought/2008/12/03/1228257139381.html |date=4 December 2008 | accessdate =29 January 2010}}</ref>
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== Background ==
  
As a social scientist interested in the dynamics and politics of controversy, Martin attempts to not take sides, while recognizing the myth of the neutral observer. <ref>{{cite web|title =Captives of Controversy: The Myth of the Neutral Social Researcher in Contemporary Scientific Controversies |publisher=Science, Technology, & Human Values |last1=Scott|first1=Pam |last2=Richards|first2=Evelleen |last3=Martin|first3=Brian |url =https://www.uow.edu.au/~bmartin/pubs/90sthv.html |date=Fall 1990 |accessdate=4 January 2015}}</ref> The controversies Martin has studied include: [[nuclear power]], [[fluoridation]], [[pesticides]], [[nuclear winter]], the origins of [[AIDS]], [[euthanasia]], and [[vaccination]]. <ref> See list of publications on these issues at: http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/controversy.html </ref>
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Martin was born in Gary, Indiana, USA, although grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He took an undergraduate degree at Rice University from 1965–1969. He left the US primarily to avoid the military draft during the Vietnam War, settling in Sydney where he received his PhD (in theoretical physics)<ref name="fp">{{cite book | last=Martin|first=Brian| title=Strip The Experts |chapter=About the Author | publisher=[[Freedom Press]]| year=1991|isbn=0-900384-63-8}}</ref> from the University of Sydney in 1976.<ref name="BMartin" /><ref>http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/90uw/uw14.html</ref> He also became more concerned about injustice, and joined activist organizations; he has established, and been a part of, several campaigns and organisations. He subsequently worked at the Australian National University as an applied mathematician before his position was terminated, and became a lecturer at the University of Wollongong in 1986. By then he had started to work on social issues surrounding scientific investigation.<ref name="fp" />
  
Martin's earlier scientific work was in stratospheric modelling and numerical methods; [[astrophysics]]; and [[wind power]] and electricity grids.<ref name=BMartin/>
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== Scholarly contributions ==
  
==Books==
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The central theme in Martin's research is the dynamics of power, with special attention to strategies for challenging repression and exploitation. He has explored power dynamics through an interplay of theory and case studies, including nonviolent action, technological vulnerability, values in science, environmental politics, institutional roots of war, dissent and scientific controversies. His backfire model is a framework for understanding tactics used by perpetrators of injustice, as well as providing various means for resisting these tactics. <ref> See list of publications on backfire at: http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/backfire.html </ref>
* ''[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/15nvu/15nvu-print.pdf Nonviolence unbound]''(Sparsnäs, Sweden: Irene Publishing, 2015).
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* ''[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/14cm/14cm.pdf The Controversy Manual]'' (Sparsnäs, Sweden: Irene Publishing, 2014).
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Martin is the author of 15 books<ref>[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/index.html Brian Martin: books and booklets] (downloaded 27. November 2011)</ref> and over 200 major papers and chapters.<ref name="BMartin" /> His choice of research topic and perspective is individualistic, and ranges widely. Unlike his books, many of his articles are published in unusual locations including activist magazines and online journals. In wider public life, he has spoken at a British Science Association Festival of Science,<ref>{{cite web|title =Science needs its whistleblowers |publisher=BBC|last=Murcott|first=Toby |url =http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/in_depth/sci_tech/2000/festival_of_science/919572.stm |date=11 September 2000 | accessdate =29 January 2010}}</ref> broadcast on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation<ref>{{cite web|title =Perspective: Whistleblowers and Iraq |publisher=ABC|url =http://www.abc.net.au/rn/talks/perspective/stories/s1101634.htm |date=10 May 2004 | accessdate =29 January 2010}}</ref> and testified at the Australian Senate's Inquiry into Academic Freedom.<ref>{{cite web|title =Inquiry into Academic Freedom Public Hearing - Sydney, Thursday 9 October 2008 |publisher=Parliament of Australia Senate |url =http://www.aph.gov.au/SENATE/committee/eet_ctte/academic_freedom/hearings/091008.htm|date=9 October 2008 | accessdate =29 January 2010}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|title =Monoculture is killing thought |last=Devine| first=Miranda |publisher=Brisbane Times |url =http://www.brisbanetimes.com.au/news/opinion/monoculture-is-killing-thought/2008/12/03/1228257139381.html |date=4 December 2008 | accessdate =29 January 2010}}</ref>
* [http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/11gt/index.html ''Doing Good Things Better''] (Sparsnäs, Sweden: Irene Publishing, 2011)
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*[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/07ji/index.html ''Justice Ignited: The Dynamics of Backfire''], (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007).
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As a social scientist interested in the dynamics and politics of controversy, Martin attempts to not take sides, while recognizing the myth of the neutral observer. <ref>{{cite web|title =Captives of Controversy: The Myth of the Neutral Social Researcher in Contemporary Scientific Controversies |publisher=Science, Technology, & Human Values |last1=Scott|first1=Pam |last2=Richards|first2=Evelleen |last3=Martin|first3=Brian |url =https://www.uow.edu.au/~bmartin/pubs/90sthv.html |date=Fall 1990 |accessdate=4 January 2015}}</ref> The controversies Martin has studied include: [[Nuclear_power|nuclear power]], [[Fluoridation|fluoridation]], [[Pesticides|pesticides]], [[Nuclear_winter|nuclear winter]], the origins of [[AIDS|AIDS]], [[Euthanasia|euthanasia]], and [[Vaccination|vaccination]]. <ref> See list of publications on these issues at: http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/controversy.html </ref>
*(with Wendy Varney). [http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/03nvs/index.html ''Nonviolence Speaks: Communicating against Repression''], (Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2003).
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*[http://www.uow.edu.au/arts/sts/bmartin/pubs/01nvc/ ''Nonviolence versus capitalism''] (London: War Resisters' International, 2001).
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Martin's earlier scientific work was in stratospheric modelling and numerical methods; [[Astrophysics|astrophysics]]; and [[Wind_power|wind power]] and electricity grids.<ref name="BMartin" />
*[http://www.uow.edu.au/arts/sts/bmartin/pubs/01tnvs/ ''Technology for Nonviolent Struggle''], (London: War Resisters' International, 2001).
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*(with Lyn Carson). [http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/99rsip.pdf ''Random Selection in Politics''], (Westport, CT: Praeger, 1999).
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== Books ==
*''The Whistleblower's Handbook: How to Be an Effective Resister'', (Charlbury, UK: Jon Carpenter; Sydney: Envirobook, 1999). Updated and republished 2013 as [http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/13wb.html ''Whistleblowing: a practical guide''], Sparsnäs, Sweden: Irene Publishing)
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* (ed.) [http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/99tpp/index.html ''Technology and Public Participation''] (University of Wollongong, 1999)
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*''[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/15nvu/15nvu-print.pdf Nonviolence unbound]''(Sparsnäs, Sweden: Irene Publishing, 2015).  
*[http://www.uow.edu.au/arts/sts/bmartin/pubs/98il/ ''Information Liberation''], (London: Freedom Press, 1998).
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*''[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/14cm/14cm.pdf The Controversy Manual]'' (Sparsnäs, Sweden: Irene Publishing, 2014).  
* [http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/98tk/ ''Tied Knowledge: Power in Higher Education''] (self-published)
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*[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/11gt/index.html ''Doing Good Things Better''] (Sparsnäs, Sweden: Irene Publishing, 2011)  
*[http://www.uow.edu.au/arts/sts/bmartin/dissent/documents/ss/ ''Suppression Stories''], (Wollongong: Fund for Intellectual Dissent, 1997).
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*[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/07ji/index.html ''Justice Ignited: The Dynamics of Backfire''], (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2007).  
* [http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/93sdsc/ ''Social Defence, Social Change''] (London: Freedom Press, 1993)
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*(with Wendy Varney). [http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/03nvs/index.html ''Nonviolence Speaks: Communicating against Repression''], (Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2003).  
*[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/91skic.html ''Scientific Knowledge in Controversy: The Social Dynamics of the Fluoridation Debate''] (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1991)
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*[http://www.uow.edu.au/arts/sts/bmartin/pubs/01nvc/ ''Nonviolence versus capitalism''] (London: War Resisters' International, 2001).  
*[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/90uw/ ''Uprooting war''] (London: Freedom Press, 1984).
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*[http://www.uow.edu.au/arts/sts/bmartin/pubs/01tnvs/ ''Technology for Nonviolent Struggle''], (London: War Resisters' International, 2001).  
*''The Bias of Science'' (Society for Social Responsibility in Science, 1979)<ref>{{cite book|title =The Bias of Science |publisher=Google |url =http://books.google.com/books?id=4zsfAQAAIAAJ&q=The+Bias+of+Science&dq=The+Bias+of+Science&cd=1 |year=1979 | accessdate =28 January 2010|isbn =9780909509132}}</ref> ISBN 0-909509-13-1
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*(with Lyn Carson). [http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/99rsip.pdf ''Random Selection in Politics''], (Westport, CT: Praeger, 1999).  
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*''The Whistleblower's Handbook: How to Be an Effective Resister'', (Charlbury, UK: Jon Carpenter; Sydney: Envirobook, 1999). Updated and republished 2013 as [http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/13wb.html ''Whistleblowing: a practical guide''], Sparsnäs, Sweden: Irene Publishing)  
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*(ed.) [http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/99tpp/index.html ''Technology and Public Participation''] (University of Wollongong, 1999)  
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*[http://www.uow.edu.au/arts/sts/bmartin/pubs/98il/ ''Information Liberation''], (London: Freedom Press, 1998).  
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*[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/98tk/ ''Tied Knowledge: Power in Higher Education''] (self-published)  
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*[http://www.uow.edu.au/arts/sts/bmartin/dissent/documents/ss/ ''Suppression Stories''], (Wollongong: Fund for Intellectual Dissent, 1997).  
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*[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/93sdsc/ ''Social Defence, Social Change''] (London: Freedom Press, 1993)  
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*[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/91skic.html ''Scientific Knowledge in Controversy: The Social Dynamics of the Fluoridation Debate''] (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1991)  
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*[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/90uw/ ''Uprooting war''] (London: Freedom Press, 1984).  
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*''The Bias of Science'' (Society for Social Responsibility in Science, 1979)<ref>{{cite book|title =The Bias of Science |publisher=Google |url =http://books.google.com/books?id=4zsfAQAAIAAJ&q=The+Bias+of+Science&dq=The+Bias+of+Science&cd=1 |year=1979 | accessdate =28 January 2010|isbn =9780909509132}}</ref> ISBN 0-909509-13-1  
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== Journal articles in the physical sciences ==
  
==Journal articles in the physical sciences==
 
 
His most cited papers are:
 
His most cited papers are:
*{{cite journal |first1=Brian |last1=Davies |first2=Brian |last2=Martin |title=Numerical inversion of the Laplace transform: a survey and comparison of methods |journal=Journal of Computational Physics |volume=33 |issue=1 |pages=1–32 |date=October 1979 |url=http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/79jcp.pdf |format=PDF |bibcode=1979JCoPh..33....1D |doi=10.1016/0021-9991(79)90025-1}} (cited over 470 times)
 
* Wickramasinghe, D.T. and Martin, B. (1979) "Magnetic DA White Dwarfs" [[Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society]] Volume 188, Issue 1. pp.165-180.
 
  
==Other Journal articles (selection)==
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*{{cite journal |first1=Brian |last1=Davies |first2=Brian |last2=Martin |title=Numerical inversion of the Laplace transform: a survey and comparison of methods |journal=Journal of Computational Physics |volume=33 |issue=1 |pages=1–32 |date=October 1979 |url=http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/79jcp.pdf |format=PDF |bibcode=1979JCoPh..33....1D |doi=10.1016/0021-9991(79)90025-1}} (cited over 470 times)
*{{cite journal |first=Brian |last=Martin |title=The globalisation of scientific controversy |journal=Globalization |volume=7 |issue=1 |pages=online |date=2008 |url=http://globalization.icaap.org/content/v7.1/Martin.html}}
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*Wickramasinghe, D.T. and Martin, B. (1979) "Magnetic DA White Dwarfs" [[Monthly_Notices_of_the_Royal_Astronomical_Society|Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society]] Volume 188, Issue 1. pp.165-180.
*{{cite journal |last1=Scott|first1=Pam |last2=Richards|first2=E.<!--Evelleen--> |last3=Martin|first3=B.<!--Brian--> |title=Captives of Controversy: The Myth of the Neutral Social Researcher in Contemporary Scientific Controversies |journal=Science, Technology, & Human Values |volume=15 |issue=4 |pages=474–494 |date=Fall 1990 |doi= 10.1177/016224399001500406|url=http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/90sthv.html}}
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*{{cite journal |first1=David |last1=Hess |first2=Brian |last2=Martin |title=Repression, backfire, and the theory of transformative events |journal=Mobilization |volume=11 |issue=1 |pages=249–267 |date=June 2006 |doi= |url=http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/06mobilization.html}}
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== Other Journal articles (selection) ==
*{{cite journal |first1=Brian |last1=Martin |title=The selective usefulness of game theory |journal=Social Studies of Science |volume=8 |issue= |pages=85–110 |year=1978 |doi= 10.1177/030631277800800103|url=http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/78sss.html}}
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*{{cite journal |first1=Juan Miguel |last1=Campanario |first2=Brian |last2=Martin |title=Challenging dominant physics paradigms |journal=Journal of Scientific Exploration |volume=18 |issue=3 |pages=421–438 |date=Fall 2004 |doi= |url=http://www.uow.edu.au/~bmartin/pubs/04jse.html |bibcode=2008atcr.book...11C }}
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*{{cite journal |first=Brian |last=Martin |title=The globalisation of scientific controversy |journal=Globalization |volume=7 |issue=1 |pages=online |date=2008 |url=http://globalization.icaap.org/content/v7.1/Martin.html}}  
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*{{cite journal |last1=Scott|first1=Pam |last2=Richards|first2=E.<!--Evelleen--> |last3=Martin|first3=B.<!--Brian--> |title=Captives of Controversy: The Myth of the Neutral Social Researcher in Contemporary Scientific Controversies |journal=Science, Technology, & Human Values |volume=15 |issue=4 |pages=474–494 |date=Fall 1990 |doi= 10.1177/016224399001500406|url=http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/90sthv.html}}  
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*{{cite journal |first1=David |last1=Hess |first2=Brian |last2=Martin |title=Repression, backfire, and the theory of transformative events |journal=Mobilization |volume=11 |issue=1 |pages=249–267 |date=June 2006 |doi= |url=http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/06mobilization.html}}  
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*{{cite journal |first1=Brian |last1=Martin |title=The selective usefulness of game theory |journal=Social Studies of Science |volume=8 |issue= |pages=85–110 |year=1978 |doi= 10.1177/030631277800800103|url=http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/78sss.html}}  
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*{{cite journal |first1=Juan Miguel |last1=Campanario |first2=Brian |last2=Martin |title=Challenging dominant physics paradigms |journal=Journal of Scientific Exploration |volume=18 |issue=3 |pages=421–438 |date=Fall 2004 |doi= |url=http://www.uow.edu.au/~bmartin/pubs/04jse.html |bibcode=2008atcr.book...11C }}  
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
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==External links==
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== External links ==
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{{Portal|Australia}}
 
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* [http://www.uow.edu.au/~bmartin/ Brian Martin], University of Wollongong
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* [http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/ Publications] with Brian Martin's topic pages [http://www.bmartin.cc/dissent/ Dissent], [http://www.uow.edu.au/~bmartin/pubs/86spp.html Nuclear Suppression], [http://www.bmartin.cc/others/SAW.html Schweik Action Wollongong]
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*[http://www.uow.edu.au/~bmartin/ Brian Martin], University of Wollongong  
* [http://www.radio4all.net/index.php?op=program-info&program_id=21131 Audio File of Brian Martin's "''Democracy Without Elections''"]
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*[http://www.bmartin.cc/pubs/ Publications] with Brian Martin's topic pages [http://www.bmartin.cc/dissent/ Dissent], [http://www.uow.edu.au/~bmartin/pubs/86spp.html Nuclear Suppression], [http://www.bmartin.cc/others/SAW.html Schweik Action Wollongong]  
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*[http://www.radio4all.net/index.php?op=program-info&program_id=21131 Audio File of Brian Martin's "''Democracy Without Elections''"]  
 
*[http://www.whistleblowers.org.au/ Whistleblowers Australia]
 
*[http://www.whistleblowers.org.au/ Whistleblowers Australia]

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Prof. Brian Martin (Foto: https://www.bmartin.cc/index.html)

Brian Martin (born 1947) teaches in the interdisciplinary area of Science, technology, and society at the University of Wollongong in Australia, where he became a professor in 2007.[1] He was president of Whistleblowers Australia from 1996 to 1999 and remains their International Director.

Background

Martin was born in Gary, Indiana, USA, although grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma. He took an undergraduate degree at Rice University from 1965–1969. He left the US primarily to avoid the military draft during the Vietnam War, settling in Sydney where he received his PhD (in theoretical physics)[2] from the University of Sydney in 1976.[1][3] He also became more concerned about injustice, and joined activist organizations; he has established, and been a part of, several campaigns and organisations. He subsequently worked at the Australian National University as an applied mathematician before his position was terminated, and became a lecturer at the University of Wollongong in 1986. By then he had started to work on social issues surrounding scientific investigation.[2]

Scholarly contributions

The central theme in Martin's research is the dynamics of power, with special attention to strategies for challenging repression and exploitation. He has explored power dynamics through an interplay of theory and case studies, including nonviolent action, technological vulnerability, values in science, environmental politics, institutional roots of war, dissent and scientific controversies. His backfire model is a framework for understanding tactics used by perpetrators of injustice, as well as providing various means for resisting these tactics. [4]

Martin is the author of 15 books[5] and over 200 major papers and chapters.[1] His choice of research topic and perspective is individualistic, and ranges widely. Unlike his books, many of his articles are published in unusual locations including activist magazines and online journals. In wider public life, he has spoken at a British Science Association Festival of Science,[6] broadcast on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation[7] and testified at the Australian Senate's Inquiry into Academic Freedom.[8][9]

As a social scientist interested in the dynamics and politics of controversy, Martin attempts to not take sides, while recognizing the myth of the neutral observer. [10] The controversies Martin has studied include: nuclear power, fluoridation, pesticides, nuclear winter, the origins of AIDS, euthanasia, and vaccination. [11]

Martin's earlier scientific work was in stratospheric modelling and numerical methods; astrophysics; and wind power and electricity grids.[1]

Books

Journal articles in the physical sciences

His most cited papers are:

Other Journal articles (selection)

References

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External links

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