6 edition of The Atom Besieged found in the catalog.
March 30, 1982
by The MIT Press
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||252|
The atom besieged by Dorothy Nelkin 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. La mystique de l'ADN by Dorothy Nelkin, Susan Accessible book, Protected DAISY, Social aspects, Aspect social, Science, AIDS (Disease). The effort led to the invention of atomic bombs, including the two that were dropped on the Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, killing or injuring over , attacks forced Japan to surrender and brought an end to World War II, but they also marked a crucial turning point in the early Atomic Age, raising enduring questions about the implications of nuclear : Shelly Schwartz.
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This book examines the opposition to nuclear power in France and West Germany in the s, which is assessed as being broadly based and widespread. The authors argue that the basic fear which accounted for the vehemence of the opposition is that nuclear power.
"The chief merit of Nelkin and Pollak's book is its attempt at comparative analysis of the nuclear opposition in two countries. Through discussion of the French and German antinuclear movements and the governmental responses, the work not only allows an understanding of the nature of the nuclear opposition, but also provides insights into the.
Good Book Guide 'Bizony's insightful, compelling book chronicles our quest to understand the atom through the personalities of those who looked furthest into its abyss - a human drama wrought with frustration, love, guilt and genius.' New Scientist No one ever expected the atom to be as bizarre, as capricious, and as weird as it turned out to be/5.
His novel The Beguiled was published in and in was made into a movie starring Clint Eastwood. His other novels include The Besieged, The Eighth Sacrament, and the The Bedeviled.
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[Dorothy Nelkin; Michael Pollak] -- Examines the history of French and German organizations that oppose the development of nuclear power and depicts the responses of governments to these movements. The ‘Atom’ Idea Returns Why Can You Compress Air Without Changing Its Weight.
But there was something about those tiny particles—they kept popping up in inquisitive minds. One belonged to Thomas Harriot, an Englishman who went to the New World with Sir Walter Raleigh and wrote a popular book about what he saw there.
This work examines the opposition to nuclear power in France and West Germany, which the authors see as broadly based and widespread. The basic fear which accounts for the vehemence of the opposition is, they believe, that nuclear power is fundamentally altering the makeup of society.
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