HourTest2Review.pdf STS 1010
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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Ann Carter Herbert on Thursday February 25, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to STS 1010 at Clemson University taught by Professor Scott Brame in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 39 views. For similar materials see Survey of Science and Technology in Society in Applied Science at Clemson University.
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Hour Test 2 Review: Hamlin Article • What are his concerns? o What are his motivations? § Concerned with the “use” of scientific understanding • How you understand science’s role in our society • Because of our intimate relationship with technology, we form the same idea about science • But actually, science does not have this intent • The goals of science and technology are completely different § Interested in the perception of science and technology in the social realm § Frustrated by the public perception of the self correcting process of science • Widespread distrust of science o Because we don’t understand it § Dependence on science combined with distrust Hour test: be able to tell where we are now…how are we different from 200 years ago, if something has changed, why has it changed? Now that we live in a scientifically advanced society, why do we still not believe science? Repetition of Cultural Ideology / Belief System • Tradition comes into play with people’s beliefs Man has been a technologist since cave men days (a spear=technology) Science was new, and in tradition societies new=mistrust Important concept******: Science DISRUPTED tradition When you cannot see how a certain technology works, it adds division ( you can’t fix your own cell phone, it is concealed)
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