Science, Technology, and Society: Emerging Relationships

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Rosemary A. Chalk
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1988 - Science - 262 pages
The American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) has necessarily played a major role in the debates over choices and responsibilities arising from the advances of science and its applications in a rapidly changing world. The editor of this volume has selected articles, editorials, and letters from the AAAS journal "Science," from 1949-1988, that deal with: (1) scientific freedom and responsibility; (2) the difficult ethical questions that have arisen in the practice of science and its applications; (3) the risks and benefits of new technologies and the making of decisions concerning them; (4) the conflict between the traditional openness of science and the pressures for secrecy arising from concerns over national security by government officials; and (5) other related matters. (MVL)

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Moral Imperatives in the Nuclear
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The Social Responsibilities of Scientists 4 Social Responsibilities of Scientists
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Science and Freedom
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