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Science as Culture

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Article David Demortain (2024)
Mistrust of the black box: The public auditing of private models in the chemicals regulatory space. Science as Culture (pp. 41-69). (/isis/citation/CBB384424304/) unapi

Article Allison Loconto; Scott Prudham; Steven Wolf (2024)
Environmental governance through metrics: Guest introduction. Science as Culture (pp. 1-15). (/isis/citation/CBB894684908/) unapi

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Data-driven governance and performances of accountability: critical reflections from US agri-environmental policy. Science as Culture (pp. 70-96). (/isis/citation/CBB236896152/) unapi

Article Eric Nost (2024)
‘The tool didn’t make decisions for us': metrics and the performance of accountability in environmental governance. Science as Culture (pp. 97-120). (/isis/citation/CBB781661016/) unapi

Article Lucas Brunet (2024)
Transposing emotions to conserve nature? The positive politics of the metrics of ecosystem services. Science as Culture (pp. 16-40). (/isis/citation/CBB266764317/) unapi

Article Larry Au (2023)
Ethical choreography in China’s Human Gene Editing controversy. Science as Culture (pp. 535-557). (/isis/citation/CBB421942539/) unapi

Article Luca Marelli (2023)
The Italian debate on the digital COVID certificate: co-producing epistemic and normative rationalities. Science as Culture (pp. 505-534). (/isis/citation/CBB251794386/) unapi

Article Chris Hesselbein (2023)
Kickstarting science? Crowdfunded research, public engagement, and the participatory condition. Science as Culture (pp. 583-608). (/isis/citation/CBB886006696/) unapi

Article Siyu Fu; Kristian H. Nielsen (2023)
The humanist challenge to China’s dominant policies for popularizing science and technology (PST). Science as Culture (pp. 486-504). (/isis/citation/CBB537809847/) unapi

Article Hannes Lagerlöf (2023)
Swedish nuclear waste management as an inert controversy: Using critical constructivism to understand cold technological conflict. Science as Culture (pp. 558-582). (/isis/citation/CBB283183739/) unapi

Article Tess Doezema (2023)
The promise of ELSI: Coproducing the future of life on earth. Science as Culture (pp. 461-485). (/isis/citation/CBB770445117/) unapi

Article Bruno Oliveira Martins (2023)
Security knowledges: Circulation, control, and responsible research and innovation in EU border management. Science as Culture (pp. 435-459). (/isis/citation/CBB687707247/) unapi

Article Laura Lambert (2023)
Contested promises: Migrants’ material politics vis-à-vis the humanitarian border in Niger. Science as Culture (pp. 363-386). (/isis/citation/CBB085788037/) unapi

Article Fredy Mora-Gámez (2023)
The official record of victims as a bordering technology: Knowledge and (in)visibilities in post-conflict Colombia. Science as Culture (pp. 344-362). (/isis/citation/CBB371997708/) unapi

Article Nina Amelung; Vasilis Galis (2023)
Border control technologies: Introduction. Science as Culture (pp. 323-343). (/isis/citation/CBB332203986/) unapi

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Practices of radical digital care: Towards autonomous queer migration. Science as Culture (pp. 387-410). (/isis/citation/CBB803018064/) unapi

Article Silvan Pollozek; Jan-Hendrik Passoth (2023)
Provisional by design: Frontex data infrastructures and the Europeanization of migration and border control. Science as Culture (pp. 411-434). (/isis/citation/CBB906319443/) unapi

Article Alena Kamenshchikova; Petra F. G. Wolffs; Christian J. P. A. Hoebe; et al. (2023)
Metaphors of foreign strangers: antimicrobial resistance in biomedical discourses. Science as Culture (pp. 294-314). (/isis/citation/CBB115826698/) unapi

Article John Nott; Anna Harris (2023)
Teaching the normal and the pathological: Educational technologies and the material reproduction of medicine. Science as Culture (pp. 214-239). (/isis/citation/CBB157241782/) unapi

Article Hannah Little (2023)
Stereotypes, gender, and humor in representations of coders in Silicon Valley. Review of TV series Silicon Valley (HBO 2014–2019). Science as Culture (pp. 315-321). (/isis/citation/CBB062679063/) unapi


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