L'évaluation normative des nouvelles technologies

Cette conférence a été filmée le 15 novembre 2011 dans le cadre du séminaire annuel « Changements institutionnels, risques et vulnérabilités sociales », au programme du Master recherche de Sociologie de l'Université de Caen. Initié dans les années 1990, ce séminaire est actuellement dirigé par Salvador Juan, professeur de sociologie à l'Université de Caen. Les conférences pré
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