Public Attitudes Toward Science and Technology: What Have the Surveys Told Us?
Surveys of public attitudes toward science and technology over the last two decades show a very high level of favorable response. Public confidence in science sagged in the seventies and, though science suffered considerably less than most other major social institutions, a larger tiny minority... Full description
|1st Person:||Pion, Georgine M.|
|Additional Persons:||Lipsey, Mark W. verfasserin|
in The public opinion quarterly : POQ Vol. 45, No. 3 (1981), p. 303-316
|Type of Publication:||Article|