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24 cm.Should peer review dominate decision making about science? -- Is science a faith? -- Should creationism and evolution get equal time in schools? -- Do we face a population problem? -- Are human activities significantly changing the global climate? -- Are environmental regulations too restrictive? -- Do cell phones cause cancer? -- Is irradiated food safe to eat? -- Can humans go to Mars now? -- Is it worthwhile to continue the search for extraterrestrial life? -- Should the Internet be censored? -- Does law enforcement technology threaten the fourth amendment? -- Will screens replace pages? -- Will it be possible to build a computer that can think? -- Is the use of animals in research justified? -- Should genetically modified foods be banned? -- Is it ethical to sell human tissue? -- Is it ethically permissable to clone human beings?Includes bibliographical references and index.Clashing views on controversial issues in science, technology, and societyselected, edited and with introductions by Thomas A. Easton.Book
Jong Yong Abdiel Foo 1,2; Email Address: email@example.com; Affiliation: 1: Division of Research, Singapore General Hospital, 31 Third Hospital Avenue, Bowyer Block A Level 3, Outram Road, Singapore 169608, Singapore 2: Bioprocessing Technology Institute, Agency for Science Technology and Research, 20 Biopolis Way, #06-01 Centros, Singapore 138668, Singapore; Source Info: Mar2011, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p65; Subject Term: CASE studies; Subject Term: BIBLIOGRAPHICAL citations; Subject Term: DATABASES; Subject Term: IMPACT factor (Citation analysis); Subject Term: INDEXING; Author-Supplied Keyword: Bibliographical database; Author-Supplied Keyword: Bibliometric data; Author-Supplied Keyword: Citations; Author-Supplied Keyword: Indexing; Number of Pages: 9p; Illustrations: 1 Chart, 2 Graphs; Document Type: Article
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Lipton, Shira 1; Boyd, Elizabeth 2; Bero, Lisa 2; Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org; Affiliations: 1: University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, California, USA; 2: University of California, San Francisco, San Francisco, California, USA; Issue Info: Apr2004, Vol. 11 Issue 2, p83; Thesaurus Term: CONFLICT of interests; Thesaurus Term: UNIVERSITIES & colleges -- Faculty; Thesaurus Term: RESEARCH; Thesaurus Term: BUSINESS & education; Thesaurus Term: INDUSTRIAL sociology; Subject Term: MORAL & ethical aspects; Subject: CALIFORNIA; Author-Supplied Keyword: academic-industry relationships; Author-Supplied Keyword: conflict of interest; Author-Supplied Keyword: conflict of interest, faculty attitudes; academic-industry relationships; policy implementation; Author-Supplied Keyword: faculty attitudes; Author-Supplied Keyword: policy implementation; NAICS/Industry Codes: 611310 Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools; Number of Pages: 20p; Document Type: Article
24 cm.Science and science studies: enemies or allies? / Ullica Segerstråle -- Antiscience in current science and technology studies / Henry H. Bauer -- Some patterns and processes in the development of a scientific sociology of science: notes from a sixty-year memoir / Bernard Barber -- Anti-science: a phenomenon in search of an explanation : pt. 1. Anatomy of recent "antiscience" allegations. pt. 2. The conflict about the social role of science / Ullica Segerstråle -- Visions of science in the twentieth century / Valéry Cholakov -- Postacademic science: constructing knowledge with networks and norms / John Ziman -- A social theory of objectivity / Stephan Fuchs -- Science studies through the looking glass: an intellectual itinerary / Steve Fuller.Includes bibliographical references and indexes.edited by Ullica Segerstråle. More Records: Show record informationBook