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A sociology of monsters : essays on power, technology and domination / edited by John Law.

Contributor(s): Law, John, 1946- [edt]Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: The sociological review monograph: 38Publisher: London : Routledge, cop. 1991Description: 273 sISBN: 0415071399Subject(s): Makt (samhällsvetenskap) | Sociologi och teknik | Power (Social sciences) | Equality | Technology -- Sociological aspects | Power (Social sciences) | Socialpsykologi | Teknik | SociologiDDC classification: 303.483 Other classification: Oaa | P:oa | P:d | Oa | O:p | Oaa | P:oa
Contents:
Introduction: monsters, machines and sociotechnical relations /; John Law --; Power, technologies and the phenomenology of conventions: on being allergic to onions /; Susan Leigh Star --; Configuring the user: the case of usability trials /; Steve Woolgar --; Technology is society made durable /; Bruno Latour --; Techno-economic networks and irreversibility /; Michel Callon --; Power, discretion and strategy /; John Law --; Advanced manufacturing technologies: work organisation and social relations crystallised /; Juliet Webster --; Power, technology and flexibility in organization /; Stewart Clegg and Fiona Wilson
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Introduction: monsters, machines and sociotechnical relations /; John Law --; Power, technologies and the phenomenology of conventions: on being allergic to onions /; Susan Leigh Star --; Configuring the user: the case of usability trials /; Steve Woolgar --; Technology is society made durable /; Bruno Latour --; Techno-economic networks and irreversibility /; Michel Callon --; Power, discretion and strategy /; John Law --; Advanced manufacturing technologies: work organisation and social relations crystallised /; Juliet Webster --; Power, technology and flexibility in organization /; Stewart Clegg and Fiona Wilson

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