Scientists and World Order: The Uses of Technical Knowledge in International Organizations

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Index
AAAS, 39
ACAST, 234-235, 237, 241-254; World Plan of Action, 248-252 passim, 262, 263; personal attitudes of sample, 248-249; and UNIDO, 261; organizational ideology of, 262, 263, 348-353; with COPOUS, 287; and outer space program, 294
Advisory Committee for the Application of Science and Technology. See ACAST
Agricultural and fisheries development, 235, 264-281; world order model, 264-265, 278-281, 318, 325-331, 332, 348-353; personal attitudes of sample, 265, 279-281. See also FAO; World Food Conference; World Food Council; World Food Program
Agriculture. SeeAgricultural and fisheries development; FAO
Alternative technology. SeeAppropriate technology
American Association for the Advancement of Science, 39
Apprentissage Institutionnel, 117. See also Learning
Appropriate technology, 260-261; in ACAST, 253, 308n48; in UNIDO, 259
Bacon, Francis, 354, 355
Bargaining, 121-122. See also Decision-making characteristics of world orders
Bell, Daniel, 40-41
Biospheres, 183, 193. See alsoEcosystems research; Global environmental programs
Brooks, Harvey, 27, 161, 162, 167
Brooks Report, 27. See also OECD
Brown, Harrison, 25, 156
Carrying capacity, 23, 179. See also Ecosystems research; Global environmental programs
CASTAFRICA, 243-245, 263
CASTASIA, 242
Center for Development Planning, Programming, and Policies, 351
CERN, 155
CGIAR, 310n81, 311n89
CIDST, 143
Club of Rome, 151, 236, 351, 352
Codex Alimentarius, 273. See also FAO
Coding strategy, 106-107, 317, 328-329, 336; in European research and development, 355n2; in public health, 356n
Cognitive characteristics of sample, 74-76
Cognitive dissonance, 103, 106-107, 336
Cognitive maps, 12-13, 48, 61-79 passim. See alsoInterface; Knowledge; Typologies
Cognitive shift, 68-69. See alsoLearning
Cognitive simplifiers, 28-31
Committee for Scientific and Technological Information (E.C.), 143
Committee for Scientific and Technological Policy, 158, 159. See also OECD
Committee for Space Research (ICSU). See COSPAR
Committee on European Research for Science and Technology (E.C.). See CREST
Committee on Natural Resources, 287
Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (U.N.). See COPOUS
Committee on Science and Technology (E.C.)See COST
Committee on Science and Technology for Development (ECOSOC). See CSTD
Committee on Water Resources, 186, 213, 231n9
Complexity, scientists' perception of, 68-73
Conference on the Application of Science and Technology: Africa, 243-245, 263
Conference on the Application of Science and Technology: Asia, 242
Conference on Science and Technology, 253, 263, 264

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