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    Gad Freundenthal,Joseph Ben-David
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Scientific Growth book. Two themes form the heart of Ben-David's groun A pioneer and major thinker in the sociology of science, Joseph Ben-David wrote with refreshing directness on questions central to the history and sociology of science. As they are combined here, Ben-David's essays reveal the richness and synthetic power of his intellect in a way his separate publications never did.

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Ben-David, J. (1991), Scientific Growth: Essays on the Social Organization and Ethos of Science, ed. by G. Freudenthal, Berkeley: University of California Press, 49-70. Biagioli, M. (1993), Galileo, Courtier: The Practice of Science in the Culture of Absolutism, Chicago: Chicago UP. Bijker, . Hughes (ed. (1987), The Social Construction of Technological Systems: New Directions in the Sociology and History of Technology, Cambridge, Mass. Bijker, W. and J. Law (ed.

Ben-David had studied the medical sciences on a number of occasions and traced their impact on the development of the sciences . Science Studies are concerned with the history of science, society, medicine and technology as well as contemporary issues and applications of science.

Ben-David had studied the medical sciences on a number of occasions and traced their impact on the development of the sciences and professions in general.

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A pioneer and major thinker in the sociology of science, Joseph Ben-David wrote with refreshing directness on questions central to the history and sociology of science. As they are combined here, Ben-David's essays reveal the richness and synthetic power of his intellect in a way his separate publications never did.Two themes form the heart of Ben-David's ground-breaking work: the emergence, existence, and growth of science as a distinctive activity within society, governed by a specific "scientific ethos"; and the social construction both of new objects of scientific study and of new scientific disciplines. Ben-David argues that only where the scientist's social role is institutionalized (i.e., recognized as legitimate by society at large), can science as a sustained and continuous activity exist and thrive. By the same token, new scientific objects and disciplines emerge where social circumstances encourage and sustain new ("hybridized") social roles. Ben-David's is a distinctly historical sociology of science, providing a theoretical framework capable of integrating both the historical and the synchronic approaches; it is also complementary to the perspective of the sociology of scientific knowledge.