Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Hoyt, Diana Palmer Author's Email Address firstname.lastname@example.org URN etd-05082000-09580026 Title Ufocritique ufos, Social Intelligence, and the Condon Report Degree Master of Science Department Science and Technology Studies Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Pitt, Joseph C. Committee Chair Bauer, Henry H. Committee Member Burian, Richard M. Committee Member Moyer, Albert E. Committee Member Keywords
- Flying Saucers
Date of Defense 2000-04-20 Availability unrestricted AbstractABSTRACT
Myriad reports of UFO sightings exist and are well documented in the literature of the study of UFOs. This field is widely known as ufology. The history of UFO sightings and their socio-political context and consequences constitutes the broad subject of this study and provides a site for analysis of how scientists address, both publicly and privately, anomalies that appear to pertain to science. The Condon Report, the Scientific Study of Unidentified Flying Objects, commissioned by the Air Force in 1968, provides a complex case for the exploration of how the outcome and conclusions of the study were influenced by all that had gone on before in ufology.AB
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