Public Perception of Nuclear Physics from Marie Curie to Hiroshima (NYT)


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February 6th 2009
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September 6th 2008



February 6th 2009 . go to LSH's Log

In Appendix 6 (Atomic Bomb) your item no.6 - no date.
For list Appendix 6 - did you try keyword varieties Atom Bomb, Atomic Bomb, Nuclear Bomb ?
We might reduce the Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg lists by, as in the case of Albert Einstein, search these for the keyword 'Atom'
Overall : good work.
Next steps : download the articles; write working bibliography; working table of contents



September 23rd 2008

Times of London online, all issues since 1785 http://archive.timesonline.co.uk/tol/archive/ annual fee for access L 74,95 - reasonable.



September 6th 2008

The first steps to be taken : Write a timeline of nuclear physics from Marie Curie to Hiroshima (scientific discoveries, public discussion of potential for application, stages of the nuclear bomb projects).
Establish a working reference list. In this case, secondary sources are of secondary importance; your main source of information will be the NYT Archive (www.nytimes.com).
What questions do you want to answer in your paper ? Formulate your Working Table of Contents accordingly.
For comparison, see Eunsol's paper http://www.zum.de/whkmla/sp/0708/eunsol/eunsol2.html