Pencarian berdasarkan :
Science, Politics, and the Agriculture Revolution in Asia
This book is a collection of texts from AAAS National Annual Meering in California, January 3-8, 1980. The book consists of 15 chapters divided in four parts about technology transfer and the commercialization of Indian agriculture such as the political economy of technological innovation in Indian agriculture, agricultural modernization and rural inequality in the United States and India, institutional transfer of technology of the land-grant model and the agricultural university at Pantnagar, and agricultural universities and transfer of technology in India and the importance of management, alternate routes to agrarian change and the responsibility of research sucha s assumptions and approach of the all-India coordinated research project for dryland agriculture, alternate routes to increasing rice yields and the implications for research in Sri Lanka, and agricultural research in socialist China, the interplay of science, technology, and values in agricultural transfers and research such as technology as political weaponry, the responsibility of the scientific and technological enterprise in technology transfers, centralized research and the complexity of social agriculture, and removing the limitations on science on the responsibilities of rice research in Bangladesh, responsibilities of the underwriters of the agricultural revolution such as collaboration between national and international institutions in the development of improved agricultural technology, setting priorities for rice research in Asia, the green revolution and the rural poor in South Asia on institutional requirement, and the United States-sponsored development. This book is suitable for research on India's agriculture and politics in 1970s and 1980s.
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