How the Press Covers Science and Technology, revised edition. Main Currents in Thought, 4th edition. The pedagogic aims included student awareness of interdisciplinary research, increased understanding and engagement with political science sources, and the development of confidence to handle quantitative historical evidence.
The first full-scale biography of a man whose work transformed 20th century astronomy by establishing solid evidence for the expansion of the universe.
When questioned by his wife about his loyalty to "his boys" over his family, Mr. Patterns of Science in Victorian Fiction. In what ways does it need changing, and how can those changes be brought about.
With the rise of Communism in China, both were forced to remain here and ended up building a life together and raising their 5 children as Americans.
Scientific, historical, and philosophical introduction to modern astronomy and cosmology, in the vein of Crowe's Theories of the World see previous section.
The Rise of Statistical Thinking, Comprehensive, densely written history of the origins of modern science, originally published in the s. Genetics and the Uses of Human Heredity. Furnished cages are still allowed, however. Leads the reader through the internal logic of Aristotelian, Ptolemaic, Copernican, and other cosmologies.
History of Anglo-American attempts to improve the human race through selective breeding, from the late 19th to the midth century. One-stop shopping for readers interested in a broad overview of how the major social sciences emerged. Smith, Crosbie, and M.
Asimov's Biographical Dictionary of Science and Technology, second revised edition. Case studies include intelligence testing, brain-size comparisons between races, and the vanished 19th century science of "criminal anthropology.
The workshop evolved out of my PhD research which employed a multi-disciplinary approach to research into post-war British electoral behaviour and melded the quantitative research methods of the political scientist and the traditional textual based research methods of the historian in an attempt to provide more nuanced explanations of political behaviour than individually the disciplines of history or political science have so far provided.
The Norton History of Science in Society. Darwin and the Novelists: A History of Policies and Activities. Leads the reader through the internal logic of Aristotelian, Ptolemaic, Copernican, and other cosmologies. The ability to use basic descriptive statistical analysis and summary presentation of data has provided them with a source of historical evidence largely denied to them in the past and enhanced the quality of their historical research skills.
Originally published inand still among the best surveys of ancient mathematics, physics, and astronomy. This development is a product of the increasing need for universities to engage in inter-disciplinary research and thereby attract funding, and also to enable the university to remain attractive to potential students by offering innovative courses and modules that develop skills relevant to the modern economy.
The authors then challenge readers to question to what degree contemporary American society actually lives up to these values and suggest how we might make progress in solving some of the social problems that confront America today.
Landmark theoretical study of how scientific communities function and how new scientific ideas become accepted. Taub is later convicted on six counts of inadequate veterinary care, which is then overturned on the grounds that state animal welfare laws do not apply to federally-funded experiments.
Aimed at undergraduates and non-specialists, with careful explanations of ideas and the social contexts in which they evolved. The Revolution in Science,3rd ed. Thirty years old and thus somewhat dated, but remains a solid introduction to the interdependency of science and the US government in the midth century.
Divided into three sections: The History of an Idea, 2nd ed. To understand whether nursing home (NH) introduction of culture change practices is associated with improved quality. 6 Melissa K. Andrew, Chad A. Purcell, Emily G.
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An introduction to the principal styles of Western art music through an examination of works by outstanding composers, beginning with Gregorian chant and ending with the music of Haydn and Mozart.
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McDonaldization of Society: 20th Anniversary Edition / Edition 20 "McDonaldization" is a paradigm for "the process by which the principles of the fast-food restaurant are coming to dominate more and more sectors of American society as well as the rest of the world," in the words of Ritzer (sociology, U.
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