- Sociology of Scientific Knowledge is a relatively new addition to sociology, emerging only several decades ago in the late 1970’s, and focuses on the theories and methods of science. It is seen as a notable success within the fields of sociology and sociology of science. In its infancy, SSK was primarily a British academic endeavor. These days, it is studied and practiced all over the world, with heavy influences in Germany, Scandinavia, Israel, the Netherlands, France, Australia, and North America.
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By adding the scientific knowledge there is a great improvement in cultivation by knowing the fertilizers to add, improve soil fertility, types of vegetation to grow on particular types of soil. The green revolution triggered this situation in India and gave a momentum in clearing out dry arid area. They use new seeds which are capable of growing in harsh condition even the wit of irrigation has been improved. This has in all affected the agriculture of India.

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