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CTS+P Ciencia y tecnología como políticas públicas y sociales

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  • Carlos Eduardo Maldonado (comp.)
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    Este libro aborda, desde múltiples enfoques, perfectamente integrados, la importancia de la ciencia y la tecnología en el mundo actual, y de cara al conocimiento. Combinando aproximaciones al mismo tiempo filosóficas, políticas, económicas, administrativas, sociales e históricas, el libro suministra una sólida comprensión acerca del significado de la tecnociencia en la vida de los individuos, las sociedades y los gobiernos. El hilo conductor es el de los estudios culturales sobre ciencia y tecnología –cts–, a partir del cual el autor plantea una tesis novedosa: integrar la perspectiva cts con “P”, y “P” hace referencia a la política. El sorpresivo giro del autor, profesor-investigador de la Universidad Externado de Colombia, representa un aporte a la propia comprensión de la política y lo político. En este sentido, su tesis nos conduce de la idea usual de la ciencia y la tecnología como política pública, hacia la política social, para lo cual la perspectiva cts constituye un buen espacio.

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    This book is provided by Universidad Externado de Colombia, Facultad de Finanzas, Gobierno y Relaciones Internacionales in its series Books with number 08 and published in 2005.
    Volume: 1
    Edition: 1
    ISBN: 958-616-926-4
    Handle: RePEc:ext:figrig:08
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