Native Americans and Nuclear Power

  title={Native Americans and Nuclear Power},
  author={Dorothy Nelkin},
  journal={Science, Technology \& Human Values},
  pages={13 - 2}
  • D. Nelkin
  • Published 1 April 1981
  • Sociology
  • Science, Technology & Human Values
The debate over nuclear power embodies the value conflicts of advanced industrial societies. Opposition to this technology is only in part a reflection of concerns about radiological hazards and environmental risks. Nuclear power also symbolizes many of the major social problems of technological change, its effect on traditional values, the industrialization of rural areas, the concentration of economic activity, the centralization of decision-making power, and the pervasive intrusion of… 
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