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Social implications of biological education
|Statement||Arnold B. Grobman, editor.|
|Contributions||Grobman, Arnold B. 1918-, National Association of Biology Teachers. Committee on Social Implications of Biological Education.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||134 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||134|
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This book is not wedded to a single theoretical viewpoint or even an overarching paradigm, such as social constructionist or biological essentialist perspectives. Theory is important, and the major views are presented in the first part of this book, yet the single most important question in the development of this book was “What does the. A Fellow in the Gerontological Society of America, Dr. Hooyman is past-chair of GSA’s Social Research, Policy and Practice Section She received the Significant Lifetime Achievement in Social Work Education Award from the Council on Social Work Education in H. Asuman KiyakFormat: Digital Access Code.
In Chapter One, André L. de A. Melo, PhD discusses the spore-forming bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis and its uses as a bio-insecticide, also touching on ways to combat insect resistance. The contributors then turn to human-robot emotional relationships, examining the ethical implications of robots as sexual partners, caregivers, and servants. Finally, they explore the possibility that robots, whether biological-computational hybrids or pure machines, should be .
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OCLC Number: Notes: Papers from a symposium sponsored by the Social Implications of Biological Education Committee of the National Association of Biology Teachers at the second annual convention of NABT in Philadelphia, Oct. Buy Social Implications of Biological Education on ekinanaokulu.com FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.
Papers from a symposium sponsored by the Social Implications of Biological Education Committee of the National Association of Biology Teachers at the second annual convention of NABT in Philadelphia, Oct. Description: pages 24 cm: Responsibility: Arnold B. Grobman, editor. A Biological and Psychological Background to Education focuses on man's physical and psychological characteristics which influence education.
The publication first underscores the importance of man's biological background, the biological nature of man, and the nature of the vital processes. Transgenic Organisms Biological and Social Implications.
Editors: Tomiuk, J., Wöhrmann, K., Sentker, Andreas (Eds.) Free Preview. Oct 03, · Offering detailed insight into new findings in these areas and providing a compelling account of both the implications and limits of this new-found knowledge, the text confronts the mechanisms of interaction between multiple biological and social factors, and explores how educators might mobilize these ‘biosocial’ influences to enhance Author: Deborah Youdell, Martin R.
Lindley. "This book takes us into uncharted terrain – exploring embodiment, what it means to ‘optimise human potential’, ‘the body-brain-environment person’. It challenges readers to learn, in a cautious, reflexive way, about how a scholarly marriage of the social and biological sciences can reshape what we know about education.
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There is a growing recognition that scientific literacy generally, and genetic literacy in particular, are essential to informed public decision making: There is the need to have an enlightened citizenry, people who are aware of the nature of science, who use the scientific approach in their.
Making Biology Learning Relevant to Students: Integrating People, History, and Context into College Biology Teaching Instructors could delve deeper into the social implications of biological knowledge by pointing to the recent development of DNA tests for lactose intolerance, at Berkeley, and Robert Young's online book Darwin's Metaphor Cited by: H.
Plotkin, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Intelligence is defined as a form of biological adaptation, often species-specific in manifestation, which generates adaptive ekinanaokulu.com origins of intelligence lie in the need to track rapid rates of environmental change, perhaps beginning hundreds of millions of years ago with the evolution of the.
Interpreting the Medical Implications of Genetic Information Mapping and sequencing the human genome could provide a great deal of new knowledge about the genetic basis of human disease. However, the effects of that knowledge will be highly colored by the way its practical implications are interpreted.
The title of the book is taken from the fascinating two-part article “Socio-biological Implications in Confucianism”, which essentially reworks Confucius as a kind of “forefather” of socio-biological and eugenic thinking, showing Pan's promotion of “traditional” values. •What are the social policy implications of biological theories of crime.
What Supreme Court case discussed in this lesson might presage a type of policy based on such theories. The major policy implication of biological theories is the identification of people who have traits that make them prone to crime and then treat or control those people.
The term "social implications" refers to the effects that the actions of an individual or group have on such variables as the values, demographics or economic condition of an individual, families or a community.
Increased demographic diversity, for example, is one possible social implication of increasing affordable housing within a community.
Gender is a social construct often based on the assumption of a biological binary, but even the best lab tests cannot–and perhaps, need not–accurately divide all people into “male” or. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Biological Differences and Social Equality: Implications for Social Policy by Masako N.
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Using an interdisciplinary approach, the social work profession emphasizes a holistic view for understanding the depth and breadth of an individual, family, community, or system in the context of its biological, psychological, social, historical, political, and cultural experiences.(source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary In this groundbreaking text, Youdell and Lindley bring together cutting-edge research from the fields of biology and social science to explore the complex interactions between the diverse processes which impact on education and learning.Recognizing Implications of Ideas in a Reading Passage He keeps noticing that there are certain small things that are described in the book, but he's not sure how they relate to the rest of.