Social Implications of Biological Education
Edited by Arnold B. Grobman
About the Book:
In this book distinguished biologists address themselves to a variety of social issues. The volume includes chapters on the social implications of: Medicine, by Michael and Lois DeBakey; Behavior, by James V. McConnell; Genetics, by Bruce Wallace; Evolution, by Claude A. Welch; and Population, by Garrett Hardin.
In a world where students and teachers are crying for relevancy in the curriculum, this little book . . . gives needed insight into the research and direction science is taking in meeting the needs of a changing society.
Publication date: 1971
Size: 6 x 9 (15.2 x 22.9 cm); 134 pages
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