Organized knowledge: a sociological view of science and technology

St. Albans,: Hart-Davis MacGibbon (1973)
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Study of the social implications of science and technology for present day and future society, with particular reference to sociological aspects of technological change - covers research policy, research and development, the organization of research, higher education and recruitment of scientists, etc., and examines political aspects of science policy in developed countries and developing countries. Bibliography pp. 270 to 279.

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