PhD Course UNU-MERIT 1.3 - The Social Construction of Technology in Development (Audio), Fall 2006

This course will introduce recent approaches in constructivist technology studies, elaborate and investigate their relevance for development studies, and explore their background in the sociology and philosophy of science.

Bicycle

The Social Construction of Technology in Development

Professor Dr. Ir. Wiebe Bijker

MERIT

UNU

Course Structure: 2 Hour long classes - 3 times a week

Ordinary bicycle, Skoda Museum, Mlada Boleslav, Chech Republic, photo by: Agnieszka KwiecieĊ„ Nova, date: 2003, permission: GFDL

Course Description

This course will introduce recent approaches in constructivist technology studies, elaborate and investigate their relevance for development studies, and explore their background in the sociology and philosophy of science.

 

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