Authors: Shiela Jasanoff
Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, John F. Kennedy School of Government
Before science and technology studies can play more important roles in the research agendas for science communication, science and engineering education, and science and technology policy, the field must first restore its credibility among scientists, address its internal fragmentation, and reestablish its relevance to public affairs. Accomplishing these goals will require the reassessment of tools and approaches that the field has already developed, as well as an open appraisal of where the field has fallen short in the past.
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