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Lecture 1 - Introduction to Science Technology and Society...

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Introduction to Science, Technology, and Society Studies EST 202 David J. Tonjes
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Class Data M-W-F 10:40-11:35 SBS S-218 (M-W) Old Chemistry 226 (F) Each student will be in either the “A” or “B” group (Fr) Names from A-Karnis are “A” Names from Kleigl-Z are “B”
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Instructor Data David J. Tonjes Assistant Professor Department of Technology and Society Harriman 344 2-8518 [email protected] Office hours: M 12-2, W 3-5, or by appt.
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Course Schedule Mondays: lectures by Dr. Tonjes, primarily based on material in optional texts Wednesdays: guest lectures on technologies (and homework due) Exams on Wednesdays, too Fridays: seminars on “Soul of the New Machine” A: 9/4, 9/18, 10/9, 10/23, 11/13, 12/4 B: 9/11, 10/2, 10/16, 10/30, 11/20, 12/11
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Textbooks Required: “Soul of the New Machine,” by Tracy Kidder (1981) A couple of papers, posted on BlackBoard Optional but strongly recommended: “Science, Technology, and Society,” by Robert McGinn (1991) “Technology and Society,” by Linda Hjorth and others (3 rd . Ed.) (2008)
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Grading In-class exams (3): 40%
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