Science, Technology and Human Values contains “research, analyses and commentary on the development and dynamics of science and technology, including their relationship to politics, society and culture.” In 2013-14 articles of relevance to i2S included case studies of ignorance, an examination of values in decisions and policy making, a case study of interdisciplinary collaboration, and an examination of learning through computer simulation modelling.
The particular concerns of the journal are described as follows: “As scientific advances improve our lives, they also complicate how we live and react to the new technologies. More and more, human values come into conflict with scientific advancement as we deal with important issues such as nuclear power, environmental degradation and information technology.”
Posted: April 2008
Last modified: February 2018