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The sociology of science.

The sociology of science.

Author: Paul Halmos; Martin Albrow
Publisher: [Keele, Eng.] University of Keele, 1972.
Series: Sociological review monograph, 18.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Halmos, Paul.
Sociology of science.
[Keele, Eng.] University of Keele, 1972
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul Halmos; Martin Albrow
ISBN: 090077035X 9780900770357
OCLC Number: 591825
Description: ii, 226 pages illustrations 22 cm.
Contents: Preface / Eric Ashby --
Conformity and innovation in science / M.J. Mulkay --
Communication and the reward system of science: a study of a national 'invisible college' / J. Gaston --
The Political sociology of science: a critique of current orthodoxies / Leslie Sklair --
Black boxism and the sociology of science: a discussion of the major developments in the field / Richard D. Whitley --
Cybernetics: a case study of a scientific subject-complex / Michael J. Apter --
The Internal structure of technology / R.D. Johnston --
From scientist to manager / P. Duncan --
Models and assumptions in manpower planning in science and technology / K. McCormick --
Some aspects of science policy research / M. Gibbons --
Bernal lecture, 1971: Science and antiscience / Eric Ashby.
Series Title: Sociological review monograph, 18.
Responsibility: Edited by Paul Halmos. Associate editor, Martin Albrow.


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