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The World in 1984 - Volume 2

The World in 1984 - Volume 2 - Nigel Calder - Régikönyvek
The World in 1984 - Volume 2 - Régikönyvek The World in 1984 - Volume 2 - Régikönyvek The World in 1984 - Volume 2 - Régikönyvek The World in 1984 - Volume 2 - Régikönyvek
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Sorozatcím:
New Scientist Series
Kiadó:
Penguin Books
Kiadás helye:
Baltimore
Kötés típusa:
ragasztott papír
Terjedelem:
205
Nyelv:
angol
Méret:
Szélesség: 11.00cm, Magasság: 18.00cm
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Contents

HUMAN MIND 9
Knowing our minds better by Lord Brain
Science and wisdom by Professor C. H. Waddington
The Inunanities and wisdom by Professor Richard Hoggart
HEALTH ag
Stretching the expectation of life by Sir John Charles
The three great problems by Professor Sir Charles Dodds
A vicious circle of chemic,als against chemicals ? by Professor Z. M. Bacq
r Z. M. Bacq
Changes in psychiatric methods and attitudes by Professor
Sir Aubrey Lewis

DOMESTIC LIFE 35
Homes of the future by E. Finley Carter
A robot about the house by Professor M. W. Thring
Changing patterns of family life by Dr Michael Young

GOVERNMENT 47
Unconditional surrender to facts ? by Professor Asa Briggs
Communications and government by Dr V. K. Zworykin
Computer models of the economy by Professor Richard Stone
'Report of the Council for Science Policy, 1983-4' by
Dr Alexander King

EDUCATION 63
Universal literacy in the age of technology by René Maheu
Graduates for the developing world by Professor D. S.
Kothari
New methods and new aims in teaching by Professor
B. F. Skinner
Learning all our lives by Lord Bowden


CITIES 77
Stability and strife by Ruth Glass
Multiple choices by Martin and Margy Meyerson

LEISURE AND THE ARTS 85
How much more leisure in 1984? by David A. Morse
Atrophied muscles and empty art by Sir Herbert Read
Gadgets, games, and gambles by Dr H. M. Finniston
A laboratory of fun by joan Littlewood
Architect's note by Cedric Price
TRADE 103
Footloose industries and the lure of the sun by Professor
L. Dudley Stamp
Conceivable patterns of trade by Professor Thorkil Kristensen Self-sufliciency or interdependence ? by Eric Wyndham White
Self-sufliciency or interdependence ? by Eric Wyndham White
INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 115
Universal non-alignment and methodical decision-making
by Dr j. W. Burton
Scientists as peacemakers by Professor joseph Rotblat
World development: The crucial choice by Professor
M. S. Thacker

BRITAIN 125
Coping with `progress' by Sir George Thornson
A nation of computer-keepers ? by Sir Leon Bagrit
Winners and losers in. the rat-race by Barbara Wootton

NORTH AMERICA 137
Patterns of U.S. industrial development by Professor
George P. Baker
Canada: plenty of room for people by Dr K. F. Tupper
The rise of the metropolis by Dr L. V. Berkner

LATIN AMERICA 151
Soil and schools: The big challenge by Dr Tobias Lasser
place of feudalism by Professor Abelardo Villegas
A continent out of date by Professor josué de Castro


AFRICA 163
Obstacles and opportunities by Dr F. T. Sai
Room for far more people by Robert Gardiner

ASIA 171
Three fifths of mankind by Dato Sir Alexander Oppenheim
Patterns of progress by Professor Kanarne Hayashi
Prospects for China by Jean Robinson
THE WORLD IN 1984 181
Optimists versus pessimists by Dr Anne McLaren
The world of the scientist by Professor Frank Press
Incineration, inhumanity, or immortality ? by
Desnzond King-Hele
A prosperous but unbeautiful world ? by Professor
S. Chandrasekhar
SUMMING UP by Nigeri Calder 191
NOTES ON THE CONTRIBUTORS 199


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