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Social Studies of Science

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Article Timothy McLellan (2021)
Impact, theory of change, and the horizons of scientific practice. Social Studies of Science (pp. 100-120). (/isis/citation/CBB764781483/) unapi

Article Bård Lahn (February 2021)
Changing climate change: The carbon budget and the modifying-work of the IPCC. Social Studies of Science (pp. 3-27). (/isis/citation/CBB099130563/) unapi

Article Jakob Raffn; Frederik Lassen (2021)
Politics of Nature: The board game. Social Studies of Science (pp. 139-164). (/isis/citation/CBB033346411/) unapi

Article Thomas Krendl Gilbert; Andrew Loveridge (February 2021)
Subjectifying objectivity: Delineating tastes in theoretical quantum gravity research. Social Studies of Science (pp. 73-99). (/isis/citation/CBB805036052/) unapi

Article Josiane Carine Tantchou (February 2021)
Medical disposals and problem solving: About high blood pressure in Morocco. Social Studies of Science (pp. 51-72). (/isis/citation/CBB042845472/) unapi

Article Tomás Koch; Raf Vanderstraeten; Ricardo Ayala (2021)
Making science international: Chilean journals and communities in the world of science. Social Studies of Science (pp. 121-138). (/isis/citation/CBB966669859/) unapi

Article Becky Mansfield (2021)
Deregulatory science: Chemical risk analysis in Trump’s EPA. Social Studies of Science (pp. 28-50). (/isis/citation/CBB234438851/) unapi

Article Mikael Hård; Mai Lin Tjoa-Bonatz (December 2020)
Trading zones in a colony: Transcultural techniques at missionary stations in the Dutch East Indies, 1860 – 1940. Social Studies of Science (pp. 932-955). (/isis/citation/CBB316057746/) unapi

Article Timothy Neale; Daniel May (December 2020)
Fuzzy boundaries: Simulation and expertise in bushfire prediction. Social Studies of Science (pp. 837-859). (/isis/citation/CBB663888235/) unapi

Article Erik Børve Rasmussen (December 2020)
Making and managing medical anomalies: Exploring the classification of ‘medically unexplained symptoms’. Social Studies of Science (pp. 901-931). (/isis/citation/CBB131501262/) unapi

Article Clay Davis (December 2020)
Homo adhaerens: Risk and adherence in biomedical HIV prevention research. Social Studies of Science (pp. 860-880). (/isis/citation/CBB559629478/) unapi

Article Tess Lanzarotta (October 2020)
Ethics in retrospect: Biomedical research, colonial violence, and Iñupiat sovereignty in the Alaskan Arctic. Social Studies of Science (pp. 778-801). (/isis/citation/CBB559341124/) unapi

Article Wesley Shrum; John Aggrey; Andre Campos; et al. (October 2020)
Who’s afraid of Ebola? Epidemic fires and locative fears in the Information Age. Social Studies of Science (pp. 707-727). (/isis/citation/CBB307916719/) unapi

Article Trine E Unander; Knut H Sørensen (October 2020)
Rhizomic learning: How environmental non-governmental organizations (ENGOs) acquire and assemble knowledge. Social Studies of Science (pp. 821-833). (/isis/citation/CBB753021332/) unapi

Article Prince K Guma (October 2020)
Incompleteness of urban infrastructures in transition: Scenarios from the mobile age in Nairobi. Social Studies of Science (pp. 728-750). (/isis/citation/CBB239613499/) unapi

Article Mark Vardy (October 2020)
Relational agility: Visualizing near-real-time Arctic sea ice data as a proxy for climate change. Social Studies of Science (pp. 802-820). (/isis/citation/CBB964089445/) unapi

Article Jennie L Durant (October 2020)
Ignorance loops: How non-knowledge about bee-toxic agrochemicals is iteratively produced. Social Studies of Science (pp. 751-777). (/isis/citation/CBB459611870/) unapi

Article Benjamin K Sovacool; Noam Bergman; Debbie Hopkins; et al. (August 2020)
Imagining sustainable energy and mobility transitions: Valence, temporality, and radicalism in 38 visions of a low-carbon future. Social Studies of Science (pp. 642-679). (/isis/citation/CBB482828082/) unapi

Article Melanie Smallman (August 2020)
‘Nothing to do with the science’: How an elite sociotechnical imaginary cements policy resistance to public perspectives on science and technology through the machinery of government. Social Studies of Science (pp. 589-608). (/isis/citation/CBB153866236/) unapi

Article Christopher Lawrence (August 2020)
Heralds of global transparency: Remote sensing, nuclear fuel-cycle facilities, and the modularity of imagination. Social Studies of Science (pp. 508-541). (/isis/citation/CBB358352541/) unapi


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