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3rd ed.
Cambridge : MIT Press, c2008
xiv, 1065 s. : il. ; 24 cm

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ISBN 978-0-262-08364-5 (váz.) ISBN !0-262-083364-7 (chyb.)
"Published in cooperation with the Society for the Social Studies of Science"--Tit. s.
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Contents // Preface xi // Acknowledgments xiii Introduction 1 // Edward /. Hackett, Olga Amsterdamská, Michael Lynch, and Judy Wajcman // I Ideas and Perspectives 9 // Michael Lynch // 1 Science and Technology Studies and an Engaged Program 13 // Sergio Sismondo // 2 The Social Study of Science before Kuhn 33 // Stephen Turner // 3 Political Theory in Science and Technology Studies 63 // Charles Thorpe // 4 A Textbook Case Revisited—Knowledge as a Mode of Existence 83 // Bruno Latour // 5 The Social Worlds Framework: A Theory/Methods Package 113 // Adele E. Clarke and Susan Leigh Star // 6 Feminist STS and the Sciences of the Artificial 139 // Lucy Suchman // 7 Technological Determinism Is Dead; Long Live Technological Determinism 165 // Sally Wyatt // 8 Pramoedya’s Chickens: Postcolonial Studies of Technoscience 181 // Warwick Anderson and Vincanne Adams // viii // Contents // II Practices, People, and Places 205 // Olga Amsterdamská // 9 Argumentation in Science: The Cross-Fertilization of Argumentation Theory and Science Studies 211 // William Keith and William Rehg // 10 STS and Social Epistemology of Science 241 // Miriam Solomon // 11 Cognitive Studies of Science and Technology 259 // Ronald N. Giere // 12 Give Me a Laboratory and I Will Raise a Discipline: The Past, Present, and Future Politics of Laboratory Studies in STS 279 // Park Doing // 13 Social Studies of Scientific Imaging and Visualization 297 // Regula Valérie Burri and Joseph Damit // 14 Messy Shapes of
Knowledge—STS Explores Informatization, New Media, and Academic Work 319 // The Virtual Knowledge Studio: Paul Wouters, Katie Vann, Andrea Scharnhorst, Matt Ratio, Iina Hellsten, Jenny Fry, and Anne Beaulieu // 15 Sites of Scientific Practice: The Enduring Importance of Place 353 // Christopher R. Henke and Thomas F. Gieryn // 16 Scientific Training and the Creation of Scientific Knowledge 377 // Cyrus C. M. Mody and David Kaiser // 17 The Coming Gender Revolution in Science 403 // Henry Etzkowitz, Stefan Fuchs, Namrata Gupta, Carol Kemelgor, and Marina Ranga // III Politics and Publics 429 // Edward J. Hackett // 18 Science and the Modern World 433 // Steven Shapin // 19 Science and Public Participation 449 // Massimiano Bucchi and Federico Neresini // Contents // 20 Science, Technology, and Social Movements 473 // David Hess, Steve Breyman, Nancy Campbell, and Brian Martin // 21 Patient Groups and Health Movements 499 // Steven Epstein // 22 User-Technology Relationships: Some Recent Developments 541 // Nelly Oudshoorn and Trevor Pinch // 23 STS and Ethics: Implications for Engineering Ethics 567 // Deborah G. Johnson and Jameson M. Wetmore // 24 STS Perspectives on Scientific Governance 583 // Alan Irwin // 25 Expertise: From Attribute to Attribution and Back Again? 609 // Robert Evans and Harry Collins // IV Institutions and Economics 631 // Olga Amsterdamskú // 26 The Commercialization of Science and the Response of STS 635 // Philip Mirowski and Esther-Mirjam Sent
27 Organizational Contexts of Science: Boundaries and Relationships between University and Industry 691 // Jennifer L. Croissant and Laurel Smith-Doerr // 28 Science, Technology, and the Military: Priorities, Preoccupations, and Possibilities 719 // Brian Rappert, Brian Balmer, and John Stone // 29 The Right Patients for the Drug: Pharmaceutical Circuits and the Codification of Illness 741 // Andrew Lakoff // 30 Making Order: Law and Science in Action 761 // Sheila Jasanoff // 31 Knowledge and Development 787 // Susan E. Cozzens, Sonia Gatchair, Kyung-Sup Kim, Gonzalo Ordóňez, and Anupit Supnithadnaporn // x // Contents // V Emergent Technosciences 813 // Judy Wajcman // 32 Genomics, STS, and the Making of Sociotechnical Futures 817 // Adam M. Hedgecoe and Paul A. Martin // 33 Emerging Medical Technologies 841 // Linda F. Hogle // 34 Biomedical Technologies, Cultural Horizons, and Contested Boundaries 875 // Margaret Lock // 35 STS and Social Studies of Finance 901 // Alex Preda // 36 Nature and the Environment in Science and Technology Studies 921 // Steven Yearley // 37 Bridging STS and Communication Studies: Scholarship on Media and Information Technologies 949 // Pablo Boczkowski and Leah A. Lievrouw // 38 Anticipatory Governance of Nanotechnology: Foresight, Engagement, and Integration 979 // Daniel Barben, Erik Fisher, Cynthia Selin, and David H. Guston // List of Contributors 1001 Name Index 1015 Subject Index 1047

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