Science & Policy Material
Vision 2033: Linking Science and Policy for Tomorrow's World: Proceedings celebrating the 30th anniversary of the AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellowship Programs. Symposium featured speakers of stature and focused on issues that relate to science, technology and public policy over the next 30 years.
Science and Technology in Congress: The Center's newsletter provides the latest science-related news on Capitol Hill.
AAAS REPORT: Regulating Human Cloning
Working With Congress: A Practical Guide for Scientists and Engineers: This book shows scientists and enginers how to participate meaningfully in the inner workings of Congress. Accompanied by an online appendix containing a wealth of links to related web-based resources.
Impacts of the Early Cold War on the Forumulation of U.S. Science Policy: Selected Memoranda of William T. Golden: October 1950 - April 1951: Among his many contributions to U.S. science policy, William T. Golden served as a special consultant to President Truman on mobilizing the nation's scientific resources. This online publication makes available records of his conversations conducted during this consultancy.
The Future of Science and Technology in the States: This series of reports provides information about federally sponsored R&D activities in selected states and regions of the U.S. Updated state-by-state R&D data are available on the AAAS R&D Website.
How to Fund Science: The Future of Medical Research: A report examining alternative funding mechanisms for medical research.
Science and Technology for the Nation: Issues and Priorities for the 106th Congress: This report presents the results of a symposium organized by AAAS in response to the House Science Committee's study, Unlocking Our Future: Toward a New National Science Policy. Taking the study as a framework for discussion, the 150 participants held a series of spirited debates, the outcomes of which have been edited and organized by AAAS staff.
Behavioral Genetics, by Catherine Baker, 2004. ISBN: 0-87168-697-X. Download from AAAS Scientific Freedom, Responsibility, and Law Program (No Charge). To order multiple copies of the print version contact Kevin Alleman ($8; plus $2 S/H).
Consumption, Population, and Sustainability: Perspectives from Science and Religion, edited by Audrey R. Chapman, Rodney L. Petersen and Barbara Smith-Moran, 1999. ISBN # 1-55963-747-1. Order from Amazon.com ($58.00, plus S/H).
Cosmic Questions, Edited by James B. Miller, 2001. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. ISBN # 1-57331-346-7. Order from NYAS or Amazon.com ($115.00, plus S/H). Also available in CD-ROM.
Cosmic Questions, Edited by James B. Miller, 2001. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. CD-ROM DoSER Order Center ($29.95; $23.95, AAAS Members; plus S/H) Demo Version
Designing Our Descendants: The Promises and Perils of Genetic Modifications, edited by Audrey R. Chapman and Mark S. Frankel, 2003. Johns Hopkins University Press, ISBN #0801872316. Order from NYAS or Amazon.com ($155.00; plus S/H).
Epic of Evolution: Eight Part Video Series. DoSER Order Center ($120.00; AAAS members $96.00; plus S/H).
An Evolving Dialogue: Scientific, Historical, Philosophical, and Theological Perspectives on Evolution, edited by James B. Miller, 1998. DoSER Order Center ($24.95; $19.95, AAAS members; plus S/H).
An Evolving Dialogue: Theological and Scientific Perspectives on Evolution, edited by James. B. Miller, 2001. Trinity Press International, Pennsylvania. ISBN # 1-56338-349-7. Order from Amazon.com ($32.80, plus S/H).
Human Inheritable Genetic Modifications: Assessing Scientific, Ethical, Religious, and Policy Issues, by Mark S. Frankel and Audrey R. Chapman, September 2000. Available online as PDF (No Charge).
The Origins and Nature of Sociality, edited by Robert W. Sussman and Audrey R. Chapman, 2004. Walter de Gruyter, New York. ISBN # 0-202-30730-1. Order from Amazon.com($65.95 hardcover; $32.95 paperback; plus S/H).
Perspectives on Genetic Patenting, edited by Audrey R. Chapman, 1999. DoSER Order Center ($18.95; $15.95, AAAS members; plus S/H).
"Religion and Culture Stem Cell Roundtable," September 2001. Produced by CBS Religious Broadcasts. To order videotape of event (20 minutes in length) call 1-800-494-6007 ($19.95; plus $4.95 S/H).
Stem Cell Research and Applications: Monitoring the Frontiers of Biomedical Research, by Audrey R. Chapman, Mark S. Frankel and Michele Garfinkel, November 1999. Available online as PDF or Frame Format (No Charge).
Unprecedented Choices: Religious Ethics at the Frontiers of Genetic Science, by Audrey R. Chapman, 1999. Fortress Press, Minneapolis. Order from Amazon.com ISBN # 0-80063-181-1 ($15.40; plus S/H).
When Science and Christianity Meet, edited by David C. Lindberg and Ronald L. Numbers, 2003. University of Chicago Press, ISBN #0226482146. Order from Amazon.com ($20.30; plus S/H)
Science and Technology in Support of US Policy in Central Asia (2003). 48 pages. Hardcopy only. Free. Contact Stella Siegel, (202)326-6658, firstname.lastname@example.org.
AAAS Report XXIX: Research and Development FY 2005, March 30, 2004 - Full Text Online. Our annual report on R&D in the federal budget is now available on line. The full text of the 304-page report, including nearly 40 tables, is available in HTML and PDF formats.
Congressional Action on R&D in the FY 2004 Budget, January 27, 2004 - Full Text Online. Our annual report on final FY 2004 appropriations for R&D in the federal budget is now available on line only. The full text of the 42-page report, including 16 tables, is available.
AAAS Science and Technology Policy Yearbook 2003, September 2, 2003 - Full Text Online. Covering major developments of the past year, the new AAAS Yearbook is a concise yet comprehensive source of information on current policy issues affecting science and technology. Included are papers from the 2002 AAAS Science and Technology Policy Colloquium, together with other key articles and speeches. The full text is available online, as well as ordering information for the CD-ROM edition.
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"Statistics and Slobodan," Chance vol 15, No. 4. Pg. 17-24
A Definition of Database Design Standards for Human Rights Agencies
A Violations Approach for Monitoring the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
Apartheid Medicine: Health and Human Rights in South Africa
Caught in the Crossfire: A Mission Report on the Plight of the Peruvian Medical Profession
Conceptualizing the Right to Health: A Violations Approach
Core Obligations: Building a Framework for Economic, Social and Cultural Rights
Data Analysis for Monitoring Human Rights
Decommunization: A New Threat to Scientific and Academic Freedom in Central and Eastern Europe
Directory of Human Rights Resources on the Internet
Directory of Persecuted Scientists, Engineers and Health Professionals, 5th edition
Directory of Persecuted Scientists, Engineers, and Health Professionals, 2001
Directory of Persecuted Scientists, Engineers, and Health Professionals, 2003
Directory of Persecuted Scientists, Health Professionals, and Engineers, 6th Edition
Directory of Persecuted Scientists, Health Professionals, and Engineers, 7th Edition
Earth Rights and Responsibilities: Human Rights and Environmental Protection (Conference Report)
Earth Rights and Responsibilities: Human Rights and Environmental Protection (Symposium Review)
Exploring a Human Rights Approach to Health Care Reform
Getting Online for Human Rights: Frequently Asked Questions and Answers about Using the Internet in Human Rights Work
Guatemala: Case Reports 1980-1985
Guatemala: Memoria del Silencio (CD-ROM)
Guias para la documentacion de violaciones a los derechos humanos.
Health Care and Information Ethics
Health Care Reform: A Human Rights Approach
Health Professionals and Human Rights in the Phillippines
Health Services for the Treatment of Torture and Trauma Survivors
Human Rights and Health: The Legacy of Apartheid
Human Rights and Scientific Cooperation in the Americas
Human Rights and Statistics: Getting the Record Straight
Human Rights and the Medical Profession in Uruguay Since 1972
Human Rights Education for Scientists and Professionals to Promote Realization of Economic, Social, and Cultural Rights
Information Technologies for the Human Rights Community: Get on Line!
Information Technology, Information Management, and Human Rights: A Response to Metzl
Kenya: Medicolegal Aspects of the Inquest into the Death of Peter Njenga Karanja
Killings and Refugee Flow in Kosovo March - June 1999
Letter Writing Guide for Scientists Participating in the AAAS Human Rights Action Network
Making the Case: Investigating Large-Scale Human Rights Violations Using Information Systems and Data Analysis
Manual on the Effective Prevention and Investigation of Extra-Legal, Arbitrary and Summary Executions
Medical and Scientific Investigation of the Human Remains of the
Monitoring Women's Right to Health Under the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights.
Organizing and Repression in the University of San Carlos, Guatemala, 1944 to 1996
Policy or Panic? The Flight of Ethnic Albanians from Kosovo, March-May 1999
Political Killings in Kosova/Kosovo, March-June 1999: A Cooperative Report by the Central and East European Law Initiative of the American Bar Association and the Science and Human Rights Program of the American Association for the Advancement of Science
Promoting and Defending Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: A Handbook
Report of a Fact-Finding Mission to El Salvador
Report of a Fact-Finding Mission to the Phillippines
Scientists and Human Rights in Argentina Since 1976
Scientists and Human Rights: Present and Future Directions
Scientists Clash with the State in Turkey: Four Case Studies
Scientists Imprisoned in the Soviet Union in Violation of the Helsinki Final Act of 1975
Scientists in Exile: Issues and Perspectives on the Refugee Experience
Serving Survivors of Torture
Socio-Economic Indicators and Human Rights
State Violence in Guatemala, 1960-1996: A Quantitative Reflection
Statistical Issues in the Field of Human Rights
Taking up the Challenge: The Promotion of Human Rights; A Guide for the Scientific Professions
Tesauro de Derechos Econ&ugrav;micos, Sociales y Culturales: Terminolog&igrav;a y Violaciones Potenciales
The Application of the Forensic Sciences to Human Rights Investigation in Central America
The Breaking of Bodies and Minds: Torture, Psychiatric Abuse, and the Health Professions
The Cases of Persecuted Engineers in Iraq, Argentina, and the Soviet Union
The Open Secret: Torture and the Medical Profession in Chile
The Promotion of Human Rights in the Life and Health Sciences: Recommendations to the United Nations
The Right to Health Care: Project Summary Report
The Right to Health: Conceptualizing a Minimum Core Content, Working Paper
The Right to Travel: An Essential Freedom for Scientists and Academics
The Right to Travel: The Effect of Travel Restrictions on Scientific Collaboration Between American and Cuban Scientists
The Search for Brazil's Disappeared: The Mass Grave at Dom Bosco Cemetery
The Status of Human Rights in the United States: An Analysis of the Initial U.S. Government Report to the Human Rights Committee of the United Nations Under the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
Thesaurus of Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: Terminology and Potential Violations
Traditional Knowledge and Intellectual Property: A Handbook on Issues and Options for Traditional Knowledge Holders in Protecting their Intellectual Property and Maintaining Biological Diversity
Turning a Blind Eye? Medical Accountability and the Prevention of Torture in South Africa
Uruguay's Military Physicians: Cogs in a System of State Terror
Who Did What to Whom? Planning and Implementing a Large Scale Human Rights Data Project
Note: Items on this list may be obtained directly from the SFR&L Program unless otherwise noted (see ordering information).
Integrity in Scientific Research, Five Video Vignettes and a Discussion and Resource Guide, May 1996; re-released February 2002 ($95.00; AAAS members $76.00) plus $8.00 for S/H). See Integrity Video for more information.
Designing Our Descendants: The Promises and Perils of Genetic Modifications, edited by Audrey R. Chapman and Mark S. Frankel, 2003. ($32.00 paperback). Order here.
Ethical and Legal Aspects of Human Subjects Research on the Internet, by Mark S. Frankel and Sanyin Siang, November 1999. Available on the Web.
Exploring Public Policy Issues in Genetics, edited by Mark S. Frankel, 1997 ($5.00)
The Genetic Frontier: Ethics, Law, and Policy, edited by Mark S. Frankel and Albert H. Teich. ($22.95; AAAS members: $18.35)
Human Inheritable Genetic Modifications: Assessing Scientific, Ethical, Religious, and Policy Issues, by Mark S. Frankel and Audrey R. Chapman, September 2000.
Available on the Web.
Neuroscience and the Law: Brain, Mind, and the Scales of Justice, edited by Brent Garland. Produced by AAAS and published by Dana Press; available through the University of Chicago press (see http://www.uchicago.edu; 1-773-702-7000); cost $8.95.
Neuroscience and the Law: Brain, Mind, and the Scales of Justice, Summary Report, by Brent Garland. Produced by AAAS and published by Dana Press; available online at http://www.aaas.org/spp/neuroscience and in print without charge from Dana Press (contact Randy Talley at email@example.com).
Professional Ethics Report, Quarterly newsletter of the AAAS Committee on Scientific Freedom and Responsibility and the AAAS Professional Society Ethics Group. See Professional Ethics Report
Professional Ethics Report Annotated Index, 1988 - 1991; 1992 - 1993; 1994 - 1995. ($5.00 each)
The Role and Activities of Scientific Societies in Promoting Research Integrity: A Report of a Conference. April 10-11, 2000
Available on the WWW.
Science, Technology and Society: Emerging Relationships, edited by Rosemary Chalk ($16.00; AAAS members $12.50)
Scientific Freedom and Responsibility, A Report of the AAAS Committee on Scientific Freedom and Responsibility prepared by John T. Edsall, 1975. ($2.00 -- Photocopy Only)
Seizing the Moment: Scientists' Authorship Rights in the Digital Age, by Mark S. Frankel, July 2002. Available on the Web.
Should There Be An Oath For Scientists and Engineers? A briefing book prepared for a meeting convened by the AAAS Committee on Scientific Freedom and Responsibility, September 27, 2000. ($5.00)
Stem Cell Research and Applications: Monitoring the Frontiers of Biomedical Research, by Audrey R. Chapman, Mark S. Frankel, and Michele Garfinkel, November 1999.
Available on the Web.
Viewing Science and Technology Through A Multicultural Prism, by Mark S. Frankel, May 1993. ($5.00)
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