By Chunjuan Nancy Wei,Darryl E. Brock,Joseph W. Dauben,Cong Cao,Yinghong Cheng,Susan Greenhalgh,Dongping Han,Michael A. Mikita,Sigrid Schmalzer,Stacey Solomone,Rudi Volti,Yibao Xu
By Peter Reed
By Martina Merz,Philippe Sormani
By Mark Erickson
The new version of this renowned textual content redresses this data hole and gives a singular framework for making experience of technological know-how, fairly with regards to modern social matters resembling weather swap. utilizing real-world examples, Mark Erickson explores what technology is and the way it's performed, what the connection among technological know-how and society is, how technology is represented in modern tradition, and the way medical associations are based. all through, the e-book brings jointly sociology, technological know-how and expertise reviews, cultural reports and philosophy to supply a far-reaching knowing of technology and expertise within the twenty-first century.
Fully up to date and improved in its moment version, Science, tradition and Society will stay key studying on classes around the social sciences and arts that interact with technology in its social and cultural context.
By T. Shilcutt
By Paul H Barrett
By Michael W. Apple,Stephen J. Ball,Luis Armando Gandin
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By Herbert Dingle,Sir Oliver Lodge
The detailed conception of Relativity:
Based on a brief process lectures introduced within the past due Thirties, this brief ebook offers the speculation of particular Relativity through formulating a redefinition of the dimension of size, and hence will attract scholars of physics who desire to imagine via Einstein’s concept with out the encumbrance of quasi-scientific thoughts and language.
Relativity: a truly straightforward Exposition:
This short lecture, introduced in October 1921 and released for the 1st time in 1925, deals an evidence of Einstein’s thought of targeted Relativity for the non-scientist, giving a common assessment that does justice either to the particular physics concerned, and the broader implications of this progressive discovery of the 20th century.
By John C. Taylor