Table of contents for The stars are not enough : scientists--their passions and professions / Joseph C. Hermanowicz.


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List of Figures and Tables
Preface
Introduction
Careers in Context: Theoretic Foundations
Why Scientists?
Conclusion and Overview
1. The Study and Its Context
The Interviews
The Universities
Methodological Considerations
2. Academic Worlds
Mapping Moral Orders
Boundary Work and Identity
Conclusion
3. Professional Pasts
Looking Back on Beginning
The Fog of Youth
Interworld Differences: Points of Professional Destination
Intraworld Differences: Points of Professional Divergence
Conclusion
4. Professional Futures
Interworld Differences: Being and Becoming
Intraworld Differences: Off the Beaten Track
Power of Place, Power of Individuals
Feeling the Effects of Time
Conclusion
5. Selves in Conflict in Harmony
Dealing with Demons: Inner Voices and Self-Confrontation
Toward an Assessment of Overall Satisfaction
Women Scientists
Conclusion
6. Voices and Visions
The Internal Differentiation of Science
Introducing the Concept of the Master Narrative
The Ecology of Careers in Science
Lives in Science
Appendix A. Interview Questions
Appendix B. Postinterview Questions
Appendix C. Departmental Questions
Notes
References
Index





Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Scientists -- Social aspects.
Science -- Vocational guidance.