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The second question can be addressed in context of Robert Merton’s work The Sociology of Science: Theoretical and Empirical Investigations .
Although not comprehensive, Merton outlines four imperatives that define the ‘ethos of modern science’ and the ideal scientist.
Scientists must be able to explain their research in a manner that is understandable to the general public.
Journalists must be thorough in accumulating information and avoid deviating or drawing premature conclusions without proper validation.
This article can be susceptible to the issues it discusses and as my background is in science, it is obvious that there is a bias associated with its composition and factual construction.