Handbook of science and technology studies /Published by : Sage, (Thousand Oaks, Calif.) Physical details: xv, 820 s. diagr., tab. ISBN:0803940211.
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S. 671-773: References
Reinventing the wheel /; David Edge --; Four models for the dynamics of science /; Michel Callon --; Coming of age in STS: some methodological musings /; Gary Bowden --; Origin, history, and politics of the subject called "Gender and Science": a first person account /; Evelyn Fox Keller --; Theory landscape in science studies: sociological traditions /; Sal Restivo --; Science and other indigenous knowledge systems /; Helen Watson-Verran and David Turnbull --; Laboratory studies: the cultural approach to the study of science /; Karin Knorr Cetina --; Engineering Studies /; Gary Lee Downey and Juan C. Lucena --; Feminist theories of technology / dr Judy Wajcman --; Women and scientific careers /; Mary Frank Fox.; Sociohistorical technology studies /; Wiebe E. Bijker --; From "impact" to social process: computers in society and culture /; Paul N. Edwards --; Science studies and machine intelligence /; H.M. Collins --; Human genome project /; Stephen Hilgartner --; Discourse, rhetoric, reflexivity: seven days in the library /; Malcolm Ashmore, Greg Myers, and Jonathan Potter --; Science and the media /; Bruce V. Lewenstein --; Public understanding of science /; Brian Wynne --; Boundaries of science /; Thomas F. Gieryn --; Science controversies: the dynamics of public disputes in the United States /; Dorothy Nelkin --; Environmental challenge to science studies /; Steven Yearley --; Science as intellectual property /; Henry Etzkowitz and Andrew Webster.; Scientific knowledge, controversy, and public decision making /; Brian Martin and Evelleen Richards --; Science, government, and the politics of knowledge /; Susan E. Cozzens and Edward J. Woodhouse --; Politics by the same means: government and science in the United States /; Bruce Bimber and David H. Guston --; Changing policy agendas in science and technology /; Aant Elzinga and Andrew Jamison --; Science, technology, and the military: relations in transition /; Wim A. Smit --; Science and technology in less developed countries /; Wesley Shrum and Yehouda Shenhav --; Globalizing the world: science and technology in international relations /; Vittorio Ancarani