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The American Interest: Plucking Out The Heart

“For social science, this relationship between science and engineering is nearly reversed. Non-scientists are more likely to share academic social science research findings with their friends than they are to share any other type of scientific research, indicating that many laypeople find social science interesting for its own sake. And on the other side, “social engineering” is an ugly term that scientists disown and that makes most people uncomfortable. Alone among the sciences, social science is prized more for its interesting ideas (science) than for its downstream technologies (engineering).” Read more at The American Interest

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