Technology and Social Process

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INDEX
accumulation 135-6
accuracy of missile guidance 153, 155-7, 159-72
calculating 157-8, 159-61, 163- 7, 174-7
'actors' 14-16, 26, 66
Air Force, Royal (British) 48-54, 57, 67
Air Force, US 159, 160, 161, 166, 167, 168
aircraft, military 46-65passim, 158-9
aircraft design 46-65passim, 77, 79
aircraft industry 53-4, 55
Akrich, Madeleine22n2
Allgemeine Elektrizitäts- Gesellschaft13
Altshuler, A.124
Anderson, J. Edward158
armed forces 48-54; see also Air Force and Navy
arms see weapons
arms race 152, 153
Armstrong55
Armstrong Siddeley Motors64
artificial intelligence 78
associations, sociology of 80
assumptions 76; see also beliefs
Atkinson, A.87, 89, 92, 93
Austin, N.24
automation 37-8, 119-22, 138
categories 133
see also mechanisation
banks 123-4
Barnes, Barry4, 12, 71, 73, 79
beliefs 75, 156, 157, 163-4; see also assumptions
Bell Company30, 31
bicycle, safety 75
Bijker, Wiebe12, 75-6, 79
bioinformatics 122-3
biotechnology 123, 127
'black box', science as 30, 33, 70- 1
Blackburn Buccaneer see Buccaneer
Bloch, Marc32
Bloor, D.71
'Bomb Damage Effect Computer' 156
bombers, manned 158-9; see also military aircraft
bombs, nuclear see nuclear weapons
Braverman, H.24
Bristol Aircraft Engines 64
Bristol Siddeley 63, 64
Britain see United Kingdom
British Aircraft 55
British Aircraft Corporation60
Buccaneer, Blackburn49-50, 51, 52, 58
Callon, Michel3, 14-17, 22n2, 23, 24, 25, 27, 65, 79, 80
cameras 32-3
capital 84, 96-7, 98, 104, 123-4, 139
and labour 84, 86, 87-90, 92, 93, 98, 108, 139
productivity 104-8
capitalism 104, 135
Chandler, A. D.26, 114-15
change, technological see technological change
Charles Stark Draper Laboratory 158, 166, 167, 168-9, 173n10
choice, factors affecting 89

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