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2011 | 1 | 3-18
Article title

THE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ACTIVITY AS AN OBJECT OF STUDY (Naukovo-tekhnichna diyalnist' yak obiyekt doslidhzen')

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Languages of publication
UK
Abstracts
EN
Market transformations of the national economy have replaced emphasis of science & technology and innovation studies, as the science & technology activities per se was becoming the investigated object, apart from the traditional object, research and development (R&D). Various interpretations of the notions 'activities' and 'science & technology activities' are discussed, including approaches of P.Drucker and J.Bernal. The science & technology activities are investigated by use of cognitive instruments of the action-focused approach. This approach allows for having clear definitions of purpose (goal), actors, means, subject, process, conditions and output of science & technology activities. Also, the essential characteristics of science & technology activities (poly-systemic, creative, momentary, discrete nature, uncertainty, task sharing, synergetic and integrative nature, universality, global nature) are outlined with consideration to integrity of and links between its components (research and development, training of research personnel, supply of science & technology services). It's shown that an important condition for the valuation of science & technology knowledge lies in the relevance of the external environment wherein the intellectual capacity can be realized.
Contributors
  • Oksana I. Zhilinska, G.M.Dobrov Center for Science & Technology Potential and Science History Studies of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine (Tsentr doslidzhen' naukovo-tekhnichnogo potentsialu ta istorii nauky imeni G.M. Dobrova NAN Ukrainy); 60, bulvar Tarasa Shevchenka, 01032, Kyiv-32, Ukraine
References
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Publication order reference
Identifiers
CEJSH db identifier
11UAAAAA09541
YADDA identifier
bwmeta1.element.4ae5609f-9782-33f2-91b7-39313314d29e
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