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Comparative studies in science and society. Edited by Sal P. Restivo [and] Christopher K. Vanderpool.

; Vanderpool, Christopher K., compiler
Columbus, Ohio, Merrill [1974] .
ISBN 0675089077, 9780675089074

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Other Authors Vanderpool, Christopher K.,
Subjects Science -- Social aspects.
Sciences -- Aspect social.
Description viii, 472 pages 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1974]
©1974
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Cardwell, D.S.L. The development of scientific research in modern universities: a comparative study of motives and opportunities. -- Ben-David, J. The Universities and the growth of science in Germany and the United States. -- Vucinich, A. Mathematics in Russian culture. -- Needham, J. Science and society in East and West. -- Karp, H.H. and Restivo, S.P. Ecological factors in the emergence of modern science. -- Hirsch, W. The autonomy of science. -- Prandy, K. Technologists in industrial society. -- Box, S. and Cotgrove, S. Scientific identity, occupational selection, and role strain. -- Kornhauser, W. Strains and accommodations in industrial research organisations in the United States. -- Beer, J.J. and Lewis, W.D. Aspects of the professionalization of science. -- Kaplan, N. Research administration and the administrator: U.S.S.R. and United States. -- Shils, E. The scientists' movement in the United States. -- Lakoff, S.A. The scientific establishment and American pluralism. -- Schilling, W.R. Scientists, foreign policy, and politics. -- Gilpin, R. The Atlantic imbalance in science and technology. -- Chen, T.H. Science, scientists, and politics. -- Restivo, S.P. The ideology of basic science. -- Basalia, G. The spread of Western science. -- Friedmann, J. Intellectuals in developing societies. -- Apter, D. The role of the new scientific elite and scientific ideology in modernization. -- Dedijer, S. Underdeveloped science in underdeveloped countries. -- Vanderpool, C.K. Center and periphery in science: conceptions of a stratification of nations and its consequences. -- Storer, N.W. The internationality of science. -- Restivo, S.P. and Vanderpool, C.K. The third-culture of science.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)827932
(OCoLC)ocm00827932
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WorldCat Identities Restivo, Sal P.,
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