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by Mr. Hamilton Cravens,David M. Katzman,Alan I Marcus


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Technical Knowledge in American Culture addresses the relationships between what modern-day experts say to each other and to their constituencies and whether what they say and do relates to the larger culture, society, and era. These essays challenge the social impact model b. . These essays challenge the social impact model by looking at science, technology, and medicine not as social activities b.Plain Folk: The Life Stories of Undistinguished Americans.

Book by Cravens, Mr. Hamilton, Katzman, David . Marcus P. ISBN13: 9780817307936. Release Date: April 1996.

Published by: The University of Alabama Press. Technical Knowledge in American Culture addresses the relationships between what modern-day experts say to each other and to their constituencies and whether what they say and do relates to the larger culture, society, and era. These essays challenge the social impact model by looking at science, technology, and medicine not as social activities but as intellectual activities.

Science, Technology, and Medicine Since the Early 1800s (History Amer Science & Technol). Medicine, Science, Technology, History. There's no description for this book yet. Published April 30, 1996 by University Alabama Press.

Science, Technology, and Medicine Since the Early 1800s. This volume vigorously challenges the new social history of science, technology, and medicine. Through a remarkably cohesive series of case studies it demonstrates that underlying cultural notions in any given era shape, inform, and inspire that era's technical knowledge and discourse. The book will appeal to established scholars and their students alike. This is revisionist history in the best sense. Howard P. Segal, University of Maine.

Technical Knowledge in American Culture addresses the relationships between what modern-day experts say to each other and to their constituencies and whether what they say and do relates to the larger culture, society, and era. These essays challenge the social impact model by looking at science, technology, and medicine not as social activities but as intellectual activities.
Technical Knowledge in American Culture: Science, Technology, and Medicine Since the Early 1800s (History Amer Science & Technol) download epub
Social Sciences
Author: Mr. Hamilton Cravens,David M. Katzman,Alan I Marcus
ISBN: 0817307931
Category: Politics & Social Sciences
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: University Alabama Press; First edition (April 30, 1996)
Pages: 280 pages