Trends in the Relationship between Science and Society

6. Trends in the Relationship between Science and Society Many academic institutions suggest: A Including policy…

6. Trends in the Relationship between Science and Society Many academic institutions suggest: A Including policy makers in sc
6. Trends in the Relationship between Science and Society Many academic institutions suggest: A Including policy makers in scientific and technological issues. A Utilizing the media to inform the public of science and technology issues. A Increasing dialogue and interface between natural sciences, humanities, and social sciences. Questions: These ideas have the potential to impact society in many ways. 1) What are the potential negative impacts of the three ideas mentioned above? Justify your answer. Answer: 2) Who should the policy makers be? Justify your answer. Answer: 3) Should all parts of society be expected to understand the issues at stake? Why or Why not? Justify your answer. Answer: 4) Should all high risk research be regulated? Why or why not? Justify your answer. Answer: 5) What does science and society is a reciprocal relationship mean? (Look up the definition of reciprocal). Answer: 6) Who should benefit economically from government funded research, the corporation doing the research, or the people? Answer: