Inkster, Ian 'Prometheus bound: science, technology and industrialisation in Japan, China and India - a political economy approach'. Annals of Science , 45 , pp Indian Economic and Social History Review , 23 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Science and the 'colonial model': Australian experience in historical perspective'.
Social Studies of Science , 15 , pp Jimbun Ronshu , 14 , pp East Asia , 2 , pp East Asia , 1 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Social class and popularised culture in Sheffield during the s'. Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society , 11 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Technology as the cause of the industrial revolution: some comments'. Journal of European Economic History , 12 , pp Inkster, Ian 'The message and the massage - the mythology of Japan's industrialisation'.
Inkster, Ian 'Advocates and audience: astronomy in England, circa '. Journal of British Astronomical Association , 92 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Variations on a theme by Thackray'. Newsletter of the British Society for the History of Science , 19 , pp Inkster, Ian 'The ambivalent role of patents in technology development'. Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society , 2 , pp Shergold, P.
The Great Circle , 4 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Collective biography and technological transfer'. Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society , 1 , pp British Journal History of Science , 14 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Agricultural growth and the late development effect in Japan'. Development and Change , 11 , pp Inkster, Ian 'A Japanese affair'. Newsletter of British Society for the History of Science , 3 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Lunacy and the industrial revolution'.
Bulletin of Society for Social History of Medicine , 27 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Robert Goodacre and popular astronomy, '.
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Journal of British Astronomical Association , 90 , pp Inkster, Ian 'The continuing story of foreigners in Meiji, Japan'. Japan Foundation Newsletter , 8 , pp Inkster, Ian 'The public lecture as an instrument of science education for adults - the case of Great Britain, '. Paedagogica Historica , 20 , pp British Journal History of Science , 12 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Meiji economic development in perspective - revisionist comments on the industrial revolution in Japan'. The Developing Economies , 17 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Robert Goodacre's astronomy lectures and the structure of scientific culture in Philadelphiacientific culture and education in Nottingham prior to '.
Annals of Science , 35 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Scientific culture and education in Nottingham prior to '. Thoroton Society Transactions , 82 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Science and society in the metropolis: a preliminary examination of the social and institutional context of the Askesian Society of London'. Annals of Science , 34 , pp Inkster, Ian 'A phase in middle class culture: phrenology in Sheffield, '.
Transactions of the Hunter Archaeological Society , 10 , pp Inkster, Ian 'The social context of an educational movement: a revisionist approach to the English mechanics institutes, '. Oxford Review of Education , 2 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Science and the mechanics' institutes, , the case of Sheffield'.
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Annals of Science , 32 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Charles Sylvester and the great railroad debate'. Annals of Science , 29 , pp Inkster, Ian 'Science instruction for youth and the Industrial Revolution: an informal network'. The Vocational Aspect of Education , 25 , pp Inkster, Ian 'The development of a scientific community in Sheffield, a network of people and interests'. Inkster, Ian and James, F. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Inkster, Ian and Morrell, J. Abingdon: Routledge. Routledge Library Editions.
Inkster, Ian and Satofuka, F. London: IB Tauris. Inkster, Ian and Hill, J. Inkster, Ian, ed. Nottingham: University of Nottingham Press. London: Hutchinson. Inkster, Ian 'Japan. Cultural engineering and late development'. In: Horn, J. Inkster, Ian 'Cultural engineering and the industrialization of Japan, circa '. Inkster, Ian 'Engineering identity, intellectual property, and information systems in industrialization, circa '. In: Cardosa de Matos, A. Inkster, Ian 'Intellectual property, information, and divergences in economic development - institutional patterns and outcomes circa '.
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In: Roberts, L. Inkster, Ian 'Technological and industrial change: a comparative essay'. In: Porter, R. Volume 4, Eighteenth-century science. Inkster, Ian 'Technology in history: case studies and concepts circa '. In: Narasimha, J. Creation and diffusion of skills and knowledge. London; New Delhi: Sage, pp Inkster, Ian 'The national imperative.
The state, science and technology, and policy evolution, '. The encyclopedia of life support systems. Inkster, Ian 'Inertia and technological change: an elementary typology, Industrial history and technological development in Europe'. In: Bye, P. Luxembourg: European Commission, pp Inkster, Ian 'Pacific partnership: creativity, industrial innovation and the proposed Japan-Australia Multifunctional Polis'. In: Satofuka, F. Tokyo: Agne Shofu Publishing, pp In: Lowe, M. Melbourne: MAI, pp Inkster, Ian 'Into the twentieth century: patterns in the relations between science, technology and the state during the early industrialisation process'.
In: Barrere, M. Paris: Orstrom Editions, pp Inkster, Ian 'Late development revisited: aspects of international technology transfer and Russian industrialisation'.
In: Ustiantsev, S. Interaction of industrial cultures. Ekaterinburg: Bank of Cultural Information, pp Inkster, Ian 'Technology transfer and industrial transformation: an interpretation of the pattern of economic development, circa '. In: Fox, R. Methods and themes in the history of technology. London: Harwood Academic Publishers, pp Inkster, Ian 'Colonial and neo-Colonial transfer of technology: perspectives on India before '.
In: Macleod, R. New Delhi: Sage, pp Inkster, Ian 'Culture, action and institutions: on exploring the historical economic success of England and Japan'. In: Gouk, P. London: Variorum, pp Inkster, Ian 'The development of science and technology essay, The Cambridge encyclopedia of Australia'. In: Bambrick, Susan, ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp In: Macpherson, W. Oxford: Blackwell. Bunka no hon'yaku kanosei Translatability of culture. Tokyo: Jimbun Shoin, pp Inkster, Ian 'Commentary on the iron and steel industry'.
In: Hayashion, T. Tokyo: United Nations University Press. Inkster, Ian 'Plans for the present and fear of the future: problems of the Multifunctional Polis in Australia'. In: Scott, P.
Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp Inkster, Ian 'The other side of Meiji - conflict and conflict management'. In: McCormack, G.
Inkster, Ian and Todd, J. In: Home, R. Inkster, Ian 'Popularised culture and steam intellect, s'. Such interventions are frequently associated with other areas of social welfare and health education, and are sponsored by government policy. These authors noted that such socialisation practices contributed to difficulties that children have with interactive teaching techniques. They suggested "that considerably more emphasis needs to be placed on developing the interactive learning abilities of Pacific Islands Polynesian children" p. A later study by Gorinski b , suggests there have been some gains made in reciprocal understandings between homes and schools.
Gorinski's research evidenced that Pasifika parents in the Counties Manukau area, are in fact becoming more accepting of children being participants in adult-student discussions.