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by: Nellie Runte


Nellie Runte
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Nellie Runte on Thursday October 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSY 595 at University of California Santa Barbara taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see /class/227119/psy-595-university-of-california-santa-barbara in Psychlogy at University of California Santa Barbara.


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Date Created: 10/22/15
Session 9 ESM 595 2007 Science Policy and the Environment Topic for today science policy or public policy regarding the support conduct and uses of science and scienti c knowledge 0 Should the state be a major source of support for science If so what should be the priorities and what rules of the game should govern this activity The ideal as of the middle of the 20 11 century 0 The classic ideal of people like Polanyi Bush and Merton o The Republic of Science and Science The Endless Frontier 0 Separation of basic or pure science and applied science 0 The case for public support 0 The ideal case I Scienti c knowledge as a public good I Impossibility of predicting where advances will be made and what practical applications they will have I Science as a mark of civilization 0 The nitty gritty case I Research on practical issues of national security and public health where the state is responsible for social well being 0 An implici social contract 0 The state supports science grants great autonomy to scientists and assumes that this will turn out to be good investment in the long run even if it s hard to predict when and how Scientists are public spirited and dedicated to the public interest or the common good I Science is not just another interest group I Science as an autonomous activity in contrast to the vision underlying the co production of knowledge Was this vision ever an accurate depiction of reality and is it fair to label this perspective an ideology I The actual fate of Science The Endless Frontier O 0 Emerging issues and controversies o The sense that this vision is now in tatters see Jasanoff 0 Issues that emerged during the second half of the 20 11 century to challenge faith in the classic view 0 Accountability I The rising emphasis on making policy relevance explicit


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