- 1 Sociology of Science and Technology Network (SSTNET)
- 2 Society for Social Studies of Science
- 3 Society for the History of Technology
- 4 European Association for the Study of Science and Technology
- 5 Comité de recherche 29 "Sociologie de la science et de l'innovation technologique", AISLF (Association des sociologues de langue française)
- 6 Réseau thématique 29 "Sciences et techniques en société", AFS (Association Française de Sociologie)
- 7 STS Societies in East Asia
Sociology of Science and Technology Network (SSTNET)
SSTNET is a European network of scholars within the European Sociology Association (http://europeansociology.org) with interests in the sociology of science and technology. The organization's aim's include the following (quoted from SSTNET's Web site):
- providing a European forum for the development, discussion and dissemination of research on all social aspects of science and technology
- ensuring an organizational frame for the organization of workshops at the bi-annual ESA general conferences
- organizing focused research meetings and conferences between the ESA conferences
- setting up links to other academic and professional associations in the field of science and technology studies (national, European and international)
- facilitating research collaboration, joint research projects and publication among European scholars
- providing a platform for the dissemination of research reports, conference papers and conventional publications via the world wide web and electronic mail**
- creating and maintaining a www data base of the members of the network and the network's activities (http://sstnet.iscte.pt)
- promoting the exchange of young scholars of science and technology between European countries
Society for Social Studies of Science
The Society for Social Studies of Science, which is more conveniently referred to by its abbreviated nickname, 4S, is (quoting from the 4S web site the oldest and largest scholarly association devoted to understanding science and technology. While as many of us study technology as science, we continue to use our original name, or simply "4S". The Society for Social Studies of Science exists to facilitate communication across conventional boundaries that separate the disciplines and across national boundaries that separate scholars." The Society's journal, Science, Technology, and Human Values is one of the top journals in STS. 4S holds an annual conference and publishes a monthly e-mail newsletter, called Technoscience.
Society for the History of Technology
The Society for the History of Technology (SHOT) is (quoting from its web site) "dedicated to the historical study of technology and its relations with politics, economics, labor, business, the environment, public policy, science, and the arts. Founded in 1958, the society now numbers around 1500 members. An international society, SHOT meets annually in North America or Europe and also sponsors smaller conferences focused on specialized topics, often jointly with other scholarly societies and organizations." SHOT's journal is Technology and Culture.
European Association for the Study of Science and Technology
Comité de recherche 29 "Sociologie de la science et de l'innovation technologique", AISLF (Association des sociologues de langue française)
- Comité de Recherche "Sciences, innovation technologique et société » Association Internationale des Sociologues de Langue Française
Réseau thématique 29 "Sciences et techniques en société", AFS (Association Française de Sociologie)
STS Societies in East Asia
- History of Science Society of Japan
- Japan Association for Science, Technology, and Society
- Japanese Society for Science and Technology Studies
- STS Network Japan
Republic of Korea:
Page title: Professional societies
Revision ID: 4803
Date accessed: Tuesday, July 25, 2017
Stable URL: http://www.stswiki.org/index.php?title=Professional_societies
Signed work on this page is licensed by a Creative Commons license that requires attribution and forbids commercial or derivative works.
Unsigned work on this page is licensed by a Creative Commons License that forbids commercial use, but permits redistribution and the creation of derivative works without attribution.
Exception: Text imported from Wikipedia, and any derivative text created from the imported Wikipedia text, is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License.