1996 International Symposium on Technology and Society: technical expertise and public decisions : proceedings

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IEEE Service Center, 1996 - Technology & Engineering - 550 pages
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Contents

PREFACE
1
SESSION
3
SESSION
13
Civil Applications of DualUse Technology in Russia Casestudy of Lasers
25
SESSION 3
35
Science and Technology Advice to State Legislators
45
SESSION 4
48
Using Scenarios for Participatory Science and Technology Policy
55
SESSION 13
264
The Case of ATT
278
Technological Revolutions Projected
288
SESSION 15
299
Space and Place in Geographic Decision Making
311
SESSION 16
321
SESSION 18
347
A Systems Approach for Collaborative Decision Support in Water Resources
357

Environment Health and Safety I
65
The Role of Experts in Federal Hazardous Waste Legislative Decisions
76
SESSION 5
83
Democratising the Policy Processes on the Deliberate Release of Genetically Modified
93
SESSION 6
101
Positive Democratization of Systems of Public Opinion Formation
110
Biotechnology and Agricultural Development
120
Towards a New Relationship Between Science
130
Determinants of Irrigation Technology Choice in Egypt
139
Social and Psychological
151
SESSION 8
157
Who Cares About Lifelong Learning?
167
Education for Creating Citizens in an ExpertConuolled
177
SESSION 9
187
SESSION 10
199
Courts Technology and the Boundaries of Expertise
207
Creating Fits Between Technology and Public
214
SESSION 11
225
A Methodological
231
Community Risk Reform and Public Participation
242
SESSION 12
249
Scenario Planning the Interpretation of Uncertainty and ValueFocused Decision
364
SESSION 19
375
Environmental Policy Communication
394
SESSION 20
407
Rhetorical Methods in Telecommunications Economic Policy
419
SESSION 22
429
British Watchmaking
438
The Role of Intelligent Transportation Systems in Building the Learning
448
Technical Standardisation of Global Telecommunication Services Expertise or Market
457
Norms of Communicative Analysis
468
Contrasts Between Scientific Communication and J oumalism
476
Finding Common Ground for Experts
482
Generating Understanding of Technology
491
Antilock Braking Systems
497
Information Technology Experts and the Crisis
506
Esperanto To Enhance Intemational Collaboration on Technology in the Broader
515
SESSION 25
521
The Formative Period
532
A Practitioners
544
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