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Our NEWSLETTER aims to be a means of communication among RC23 members as well as people interested in S&T research in all its manifestations. It is published non-periodically according to the needs of our scientific community. In addition to news of events organized by our RC, or related to S&T themes, we include reports of past events, announcements from our membership, reports of new publications, books and paper reviews, academic contributions from our readers, lists of members that includes current interests, members' work in progress, their moves and promotions. We hope the NEWSLETTER becomes an effective tool for interaction among us that truly helps the enhancement of our academic life.

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Willie Pearson, Jr., Lisa M. Frehill, Connie L. McNeely (Eds.) (2015). Advancing Women in Science.
Norman Blaikie, Jan Priest (2016) Social Research Paradigms in Action
Food Consumption in the City: Practices and Patterns in Urban Asia and the Pacific
Technology Assessment in Japan and Europe
J. Jiménez (Ed.,with the collaboration of J. C. Escalante) (2009). Participation and Development. The Mexico of the Future. In honor to Russell L. Ackoff in his 87th Anniversary (2009) Institute of Applied Mathematics and Systems, National Autono
Open Science, open issues Ciência aberta, questões abertas
Mandal, Kasturi; Nadia Asheulova and Sevtlana G. Kirdina (eds.) (2014) 'Socio Economic and Technological Innovations: Mechanism and Institutions', Narosa Publishing House: New Delhi.
R. Sooryamoorthy (2015) Transforming Science in South Africa. Development, Collaboration and Productivity. Palgrave Macmillan.
Alison G. Anderson (2014). Media, Environment and the Network Society. Palgrave Macmillan.
Matthias Gross, Rüdiger Mautz (2014) Renewable Energies. Routledge.
K. Prpić, I. van der Weijden and N. Asheulova (Eds.) (2014). (Re)searching Scientific Careers.
Saskia Sassen (2014). Expulsions: Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press/Belknap Book.