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Science as Culture

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Article Yannick Barthe; Mark Elam; Göran Sundqvist (2020)
Technological Fix or Divisible Object of Collective Concern? Histories of Conflict over the Geological Disposal of Nuclear Waste in Sweden and France. Science as Culture (pp. 196-218). (/isis/citation/CBB382470203/) unapi

Article Michael Lachney (2020)
The Laboratorization of Schools: Laboratory Metaphors in Twenty-first Century US Education. Science as Culture (pp. 177-195). (/isis/citation/CBB268240142/) unapi

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Technosecurity Cultures: Introduction. Science as Culture (pp. 1-10). (/isis/citation/CBB780946835/) unapi

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Securing Identities: Biometric Technologies and the Enactment of Human Bodily Differences. Science as Culture (pp. 57-76). (/isis/citation/CBB364385638/) unapi

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Pedophilia Screening in Technosecurity Culture The Construction of Dangerous Sub-populations in the Name of Security. Science as Culture (pp. 127-152). (/isis/citation/CBB009060974/) unapi

Article David Skinner (2020)
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‘Everywhere Surveillance’: Global Surveillance Regimes as Techno-Securitization. Science as Culture (pp. 30-56). (/isis/citation/CBB181724884/) unapi

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Imagining the Biometric Future: Debates Over National Biometric Identification in Israel. Science as Culture (pp. 100-126). (/isis/citation/CBB868369028/) unapi

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Bioveillance: A Techno-security Infrastructure to Preempt the Dangers of Informationalised Biology. Science as Culture (pp. 153-176). (/isis/citation/CBB548068287/) unapi

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Techno-Securitisation of Everyday Life and Cultures of Surveillance-Apatheia. Science as Culture (pp. 11-29). (/isis/citation/CBB734944273/) unapi

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Undone Science and Counter-Expertise: Fighting for Justice in an Argentine Community Contaminated by Pesticides. Science as Culture (pp. 277-302). (/isis/citation/CBB193478831/) unapi

Article Erica Morrell (2019)
Localizing Detroit’s Food System: Boundary-Work and the Politics of Experiential Expertise. Science as Culture (pp. 303-326). (/isis/citation/CBB914224614/) unapi

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Guest Editorial: Conceptualizing Justice and Counter-Expertise. Science as Culture (pp. 251-276). (/isis/citation/CBB521476031/) unapi

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Making Justice for Counter-Expertise and Doing Counter-Expertise for Justice. Science as Culture (pp. 375-382). (/isis/citation/CBB524523199/) unapi

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Knowledge Justice: An Opportunity for Counter-expertise in Security vs. Science Debates. Science as Culture (pp. 351-374). (/isis/citation/CBB135681924/) unapi

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Knowledge and Justice: A Comment. Science as Culture (pp. 383-390). (/isis/citation/CBB482899629/) unapi

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Citizen Science in Post-Fukushima Japan: The Gendered Scientization of Radiation Measurement. Science as Culture (pp. 327-350). (/isis/citation/CBB927868763/) unapi

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Global Diversification in Medicine Regulation: Insights from Regenerative Stem Cell Medicine. Science as Culture (pp. 223-249). (/isis/citation/CBB976475287/) unapi

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