NOC:Science, Technology and Society


Lecture 1 - Cognitive Dimensions - I


Lecture 2 - Cognitive Dimensions - II


Lecture 3 - Ethical Dimensions


Lecture 4 - Inductivism and Hypothesism - I


Lecture 5 - Inductivism and Hypothesism - II


Lecture 6 - Positivism - I


Lecture 7 - Positivism - II


Lecture 8 - Karl Popper - I


Lecture 9 - Karl Popper - II


Lecture 10 - Thomas Kuhn


Lecture 11 - Popper versus Kuhn


Lecture 12 - Paul Feyerabend


Lecture 13 - Rewards and Recognitions - I


Lecture 14 - Rewards and Recognitions - II


Lecture 15 - Rewards and Recognitions - III


Lecture 16 - Cumulative Advantage and Symbolism of Intellectual Property - I


Lecture 17 - Cumulative Advantage and Symbolism of Intellectual Property - II


Lecture 18 - Cumulative Advantage and Symbolism of Intellectual Property - III


Lecture 19 - Max Weber


Lecture 20 - Preliminary Exercise and Explanation


Lecture 21 - Edwin Layton Jr.


Lecture 22 - Langdon Winner - I


Lecture 23 - Langdon Winner - II


Lecture 24 - Langdon Winner - III


Lecture 25 - Donald MacKenzie and Judy Wajcman - I


Lecture 26 - Donald MacKenzie and Judy Wajcman - II


Lecture 27 - Thomas Edison


Lecture 28 - Capitalism, class, gender, city, machine, workplace - I


Lecture 29 - Capitalism, class, gender, city, machine, workplace - II


Lecture 30 - Capitalism, class, gender, city, machine, workplace - III


Lecture 31 - Alvin Toffler and Daniel Bell


Lecture 32 - Themes and Factors of Information Technology


Lecture 33 - Information Technology and Reconceptualization of Class


Lecture 34 - Reception of Modern Science in India


Lecture 35 - Science Policies in India


Lecture 36 - Summary of the Course