Science, Technology and (New) Forms of Social Inequalities

Wednesday, July 16, 2014: 10:30 AM-12:20 PM
Room: Booth 44
RC23 Sociology of Science and Technology (host committee)

Language: English

Session Organizer:
Siddharamesh HIREMATH, Dept. of Sociology, Gulbarga University, India
Shindhe Jagannath RAMANNA, Department of Sociology Gulbarga University, India
Who Will Do Science? Implications for Science, Technology and (New) Forms of Social Inequalities (Oral Presentation)
Cheryl LEGGON, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA; Willie PEARSON, JR., Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

Scientific Communities and Social Inequalities in Latin America: The Chilean Case (Oral Presentation)
Jorge GIBERT-GALASSI, Universidad de Valparaiso, Chile

Limitations of ICT in Inducing Inclusive Growth (Oral Presentation)
J SOMASEKARA REDDY, V V Puram Evening College, India

Changing Technology and Its Implications for Workforce (Oral Presentation)
Prof. K.M BASAVARAJAPPA, Navodaya Medical College, India

Technology Induced Inequalities at Workplace – an Indian Experience (Oral Presentation)
Jayashree V KULKARNI, JSW Steel Ltd., India

Role of Reference Groups in Little Science and Big Science: An Exploratory Study* (Oral Presentation)
Duru ARUN KUMAR, Delhi University, India