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Science and Technology in Society

Daniel Lee Kleinman and Jo Handelsman, Series Editors

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Original Series Description
As we begin a new millennium, science and technology are central features of the lives of people worldwide. From in vitro fertilization to the internet to bio-terrorism, our lives are regularly touched by science and technology. This series will publish innovative and provocative work that confronts important concerns raised by the science- and technology-infused environment in which we live.

 

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Science and the University
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Science and the University
Edited by Paula E. Stephan and Ronald G. Ehrenberg
Fall 2007

Shaping Science and Technology Policy
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Shaping Science and Technology Policy
The Next Generation of Research
Edited by David H. Guston and Daniel Sarewitz
Fall 2006

The New Political Sociology of Science
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The New Political Sociology of Science
Institutions, Networks, and Power
Edited by Scott Frickel and Kelly Moore
Fall 2005

Controversies in Science and Technology
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Controversies in Science and Technology
Volume 1: From Maize to Menopause
Edited by Daniel Lee Kleinman, Abby J. Kinchy, and Jo Handelsman
Fall 2004

First the Seed
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First the Seed
The Political Economy of Plant Biotechnology
Jack Ralph Kloppenburg Jr.
Fall 2004

Impure Cultures
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Impure Cultures
University Biology and the World of Commerce
Daniel Lee Kleinman
Fall 2003