Science and Technology for Development
Edited by Deborah G. Johnson and Jameson M. Cambridge, Mass. Technology and Society makes use of STS perspectives to argue that we as citizens, engineers, or policymakers can and should steer technological change in the direction of the values and the social order that we wish for. The book is centered on the entwinement of technology and values, it is targeted at a Western undergraduate audience, and its thirty-four chapters are organized in five parts. Part 1, " Visions of a Technological Future," features fictional and technopolitical anticipatory texts. There the juxtaposition of pieces by, among others, E.