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Drawing on essays from top overseas and multi-disciplinary students, A better half to the Philosophy of expertise is the 1st entire and authoritative reference resource to hide the main problems with technology’s influence on society and our lives.Presents the 1st whole, authoritative reference paintings within the fieldOrganized thematically to be used either as an entire advent to the sector or an encyclopedic referenceDraws on unique essays from major interdisciplinary scholarsFeatures the main updated and leading edge examine within the interdisciplinary fields of philosophy, know-how, and their broader highbrow environments

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MIT Press). Oldenziel, R. (1999). Making Technology Masculine: Men, Women, and Modern Machines in America, 1870–1945 (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press). qxd 2/4/09 16:26 Page 17 history of technology Oudshoorn, N. and Pinch, T. (eds) (2003). : MIT Press). Pacey, A. (1990). : MIT Press). Roland, A. (2003). , Medieval Technology and Social Change,” Technology and Culture, 44 (3): 574–85. Schatzberg, E. (2006). “Technik Comes to America: Changing Meanings of Technology before 1930,” Technology and Culture, 47 (3): 486–512.

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1967). The Tacit Dimension (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul). Rosenberg, N. and Frischtak, C. (1985). International Technology Transfer Concept, Measures and Comparisons (New York: Praeger). Tsang, E. W. K. (1997). “Choice of International Technology Transfer Mode: A Resource-based View,” Management International Review, 37 (2): 151. qxd 2/4/09 13:22 Page 23 3 Western Technology KELD NIELSON By Western technology is here understood a large set of particular technologies and technological practices which mainly have their roots in inventions and developments in Europe and North America.

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