3 edition of Science policy in Latin America 1971; found in the catalog.
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Get this from a library. Science policy in Latin America. Third meeting of the Standing Conference of the Directors of National Councils for Science Policy and Research of the Latin American Member States. (Viña del Mar/Santiago, Chile, July ).
[Unesco.]. Get this from a library. Science policy in Latin America ; third meeting of the Stanring Conference of the Directors of National Councils for Science Policy and Research of the Latin. This volume collects for the first time a history of science as a whole in the geographical and cultural region known as Latin America.
The authors are historians of science and discuss, among other issues, what, at different moments and under different circumstances, has been understood as science in Latin America, the forms scientific activity has taken, the settings responsible for the.
Science in Latin America has roots that reach back to the information gathering and recording practices of the Maya, Aztec, and Inca civilizations. Spanish and Portuguese conquerors and colonists introduced European scientific practices to the continent, where they hybridized with local traditions to form the beginnings of a truly Latin American science.
In the form of a sociological pilgrimage, this book approaches some topics essential to understanding the role of science in Latin America, juxtaposing several approaches and exploring three main lines: First, the production and use of knowledge in these countries, viewed from a historical and sociological point of view; second, the reciprocal construction of scientific and public problems Cited by: 2.
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