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Ch 5: Interdisciplinary Relationships in Science

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Learn about the interdisciplinary relationships in the sciences with our short, engaging and efficient video lessons. Take the corresponding quizzes to gauge your knowledge of the material.

Interdisciplinary Relationships in Science - Chapter Summary

Our highly qualified instructors are prepared to explain the cross-over between the modern sciences, the humanities and other overlapping social spheres in context. See the advancements of technology in the 20th century and how our social relationships with the sciences have developed since the advent of mass media. Main points addressed in this chapter will challenge you to:

  • Analyze the social interrelationships between biology, engineering, technology and mathematics
  • Critically evaluate scientific research
  • Examine the coverage of science in the media
  • Consider the social, economic and ethical issues associated with technological and scientific developments

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