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Christensen, S. H., and E.. Ernø-Kjølhede, "Academic drift in Danish professional engineering education. Myth or reality? Opportunity or threat?", European Journal of Engineering Education, vol. 36, pp. 285-299, 2011.
Ovensen, N. Krebs, Advances in the Continuing Education of Engineers, Paris, UNESCO, 1980.
Kemp, L. Ward, "Aesthetes and Engineers: The Occupational Ideology of Highway Design", Technology and Culture, vol. 27, pp. 759-797, 1986.
Dias, P., "Aesthetics and Ethics in Engineering: Insights from Polanyi", Science and Engineering Ethics, vol. 17, pp. 233-243, Jun, 2011.
Davis, M., "’Ain’t No One Here But Us Social Forces’: Constructing the Professional Responsibility of Engineers", Science and Engineering Ethics, vol. 18, pp. 13-34, Mar, 2012.
Spinardi, G., "Aldermaston and British Nuclear Weapons Development: Testing the ‘Zuckerman Thesis’", Social Studies of Science, vol. 27, pp. 547-582, 1997.
Bassett, R., "Aligning India in the Cold War Era: Indian Technical Elites, the Indian Institute of Technology at Kanpur, and Computing in India and the United States", Technology and Culture, vol. 50, pp. 783-810, 2009.
Slaton, A. E., "Ambiguous reform: Technical workforce planning and ideologies of class and race in 1960s Chicago", Engineering Studies, vol. 2, pp. 5-28, 2010.
Noble, D. F., America by design: Science, technology, and the rise of corporate capitalism, New York, Knopf, 1977.
Bijker, W. E., "American and Dutch Coastal Engineering: Differences in Risk Conception and Differences in Technological Culture", Social Studies of Science, vol. 37, pp. 143-151, 2007.
Rothstein, W. G., "The American Association of Engineers", Industrial and Labor Relations Review, vol. 22, pp. 48-72, 1968.
Calhoun, D. Hovey, The American Civil Engineer: Origins and Conflict, Cambridge, Technology Press, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 1960.
Abbott, G. F., "American Culture and Its Effect on Engineering Education", IEEE Communications Magazine, vol. 28, pp. 36-38, 1990.
Layton, E. T., "American Ideologies of Science and Engineering", Technology and Culture, vol. 17, pp. 688-701, 1976.
Xing, H., "An Analysis on the Barriers and Traps in Engineering Innovation", Journal of Engineering Studies, vol. 1, pp. 58-65, 2009.
Law, J., "The Anatomy of a Sociotechnical Struggle: The Design of the TSR 2", Technology and Social Process, Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, pp. 44-69, 1988.
Zhu, B., "’Is’ and ’Ought To’ in Engineering Studies", Journal of Engineering Studies, vol. 1, pp. 6-7, 2009.
Jagacinski, C. M., "Androgyny in a Male-Dominated Field: The Relationship of Sex-Typed Traits to Performance and Satisfaction in Engineering", Sex Roles, vol. 17, pp. 529-547, 1987.
Mertens, J., "The Annales de l’Industrie (1820-1827): A Technological Laboratory for the Industrial Modernization of France", History and Technology, vol. 20, pp. 135-163, 2004.
Laymon, R., "Applying Idealized Scientific Theories to Engineering", Synthese, vol. 81, pp. 353-371, 1989.
Saint, A., Architect and engineer: A study in sibling rivalry, New Haven, Yale University Press, 2007.
de Pillis, E., and L. de Pillis, "Are Engineering Schools Masculine and Authoritarian? The Mission Statements Say Yes", Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, vol. 1, pp. 33-44, 2008.
Newberry, B., "Are engineers instrumentalists?", Technology in society, vol. 29, pp. 107-19, 2007.
Davis, M., "Are ’Software Engineers’ Engineers?", Philosophy and the History of Science, vol. 4, pp. 1-24, 1995.

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