Applied Geography: Issues, Questions, and Concerns by Martin S. Kenzer (auth.), Martin S. Kenzer (eds.)
By Martin S. Kenzer (auth.), Martin S. Kenzer (eds.)
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But this seems naive. What we actually observe is much different. In fact, modem natural and social science are just other sets of institutions among many others in a larger, highly differentiated society. They are professionalized and subject to all kinds of social, political, and economic pressures. Toulmin paints a more accurate picture. He sees science as a tertiary industry. When the economic history of Western society over the last 150 years is looked at from the perspective of occupation and employment, the following picture emerges: A century and a half ago, the vast mass of the work force in all countries was employed in agriculture, forestry, mining, and fishing - primary industries.
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