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The Resource Shaky foundations : the politics-patronage-social science nexus in Cold War America, Mark Solovey

Shaky foundations : the politics-patronage-social science nexus in Cold War America, Mark Solovey

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Shaky foundations : the politics-patronage-social science nexus in Cold War America
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Shaky foundations
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the politics-patronage-social science nexus in Cold War America
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Mark Solovey
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eng
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Shaky Foundations provides the first extensive examination of a new patronage system for the social sciences that emerged in the early Cold War years and took more definite shape during the 1950s and early 1960s. Focusing on the defense department, the Ford Foundation, and the National Science Foundation, Mark Solovey explores the struggles of these various funders to define what counted as legitimate social science and how their policies and programs helped to shape the goals, subject matter
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non fiction
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Studies in Modern Science, Technology, and the Environment
Shaky foundations : the politics-patronage-social science nexus in Cold War America, Mark Solovey
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Shaky foundations : the politics-patronage-social science nexus in Cold War America, Mark Solovey
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt5hjc78
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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Contents
Introduction: social scientists and their patrons in a remarkable era -- Social science on the endless (and end-less?) frontier: the postwar NSF debate -- Defense and offense in the military science establishment: toward a technology of human behavior -- Vision, analysis, or subversion? The rocky story of the behavioral sciences at the Ford Foundation -- Cultivating hard-core social research at the NSF: protective coloration and official Negroes -- Conclusion
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