Felt, Fouché, Miller & Smith-Doerr 編 (2017) The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies 第4版

  • Ulrike FELT, Rayvon FOUCHÉ, Clark A. MILLER & Laurel SMITH-DOERR eds., 2017: The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies. Fourth Edition. Cambridge MA USA: The MIT Press. ISBN 978-0-262-03568-2 (hardcover). eISBN 978-0-262-33810-3

STS (科学技術社会論)に関する総合的な教科書の第4版だ。初版は1977年、第2版は1995年、第3版は2008年に出ている。毎回、編者もみんな入れかわり、内容も大きく変わっているようだ。形式的なこととしては、初期の版では各章はそれぞれ1人の著者が書いたものが多かったが、今回は共著のもののほうが多くなっている。

2016年の暮れに出版情報を見かけた。1000ページを越える本を読みきれるとは思えないので見送ろうと思ったが、編者のひとりにClark A. Miller氏がはいっている。Miller & Edwards 編 (2001) Changing the Atmosphere [読書メモ]の編者でもある。この人の関連のところだけでも読んでおこうと思った。

かさばる本を持ち歩けそうもないので、ディジタル版(Amazon Kindle、わたしはアメリカのAmazon.comから買っている)にした。Kindle本には紙の本のページ番号がはいっているものもあるが、この本にはない。紙の本を読んでいる人と参照箇所を知らせあうのに不便だ。それだけならば欠陥とまでは言えないが、巻末の索引には紙の本のページ番号が書いてあるだけでディジタル版の本文へのリンクがない。索引にある最大のページ番号「1078」が、Kindleの「位置」23200付近に相当するので位置を概算はできそうだがめんどうだ。もし索引のリンクをつけていたらディジタル版の発売が遅れたのかもしれない。しかし、今の技術ならば、先にディジタル版のリンクをつくったうえで機械処理で紙の本のページ番号を得るようにプログラムしておけば同時発売もできただろうとも思う。

Miller氏の執筆箇所は第5部の序論だけだった。ただし、その部の最後である第36章が地球環境問題を扱っており、その中からはMiller氏のこれまでの著作も参照されていて、その論点を引き継いだ議論がされているようだ。

そのほか、わたしの観点から重要と思うのは、Harry Collins, Robert Evans両氏のinteractional experts論が両氏とMartin Weinel氏の共著で第26章として収録されていることだ。
【[2017-02-07 補足] Collins氏はinteractional expertsの類型としていつも彼自身を含むSTS研究者をあげていたが、今回は、学際的な研究活動のなかで同僚の専門分野の知識体系を知る人や、科学コミュニケーションにかかわる人もあげている。(さらに、医療従事者が、患者が患者としてもつ知識について知ることも同類と考えている。 ) また、専門知識は「フラクタル構造をもつ」と言い、広い意味での専門の知識を共有する集団があって狭い専門の知識を共有する集団をいくつも含むような構造について指摘している。わたしがCollins氏たちの議論を援用して論じたかったことにCollins氏たちが近づいてきたような気がする。】

まだ内容を読んでいないのだが、目次を書きぬいたので、折り返しのあとにつける。ただし、Kindle版にもとづいた (Kindle版の目次ページを基本に、内容をめくって見つかった見出しを書き加えた)ものなので、ページ番号はない。

各章の題名のところには「/」に続いて著者名を示した。示されていた著者各人の名まえの最後の部分(last name)を大文字にした。(世界にはいろいろな民族があって、これがfamily nameとは限らないが、英語で学術的な著作を出す人に限ればこの部分を検索キーにすることを期待していることが多いという推測による。) ただし、第14章の著者のひとりのTallBearさんはアメリカ先住民で意図的にこのような大文字づかいをしているらしいのでそのままにした。


== Contents ==
Table of Contents
Handbook Advisory Board
Title page
Copyright page
Preface /Gary DOWNEY, Lucy SUCHMAN
Acknowledgments /editors
Introduction to the Fouth Edition of The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies /editors
– – Give Me a Handbook and I Will Raise a Field — What Handbooks Do
– – Getting to Know STS through the Lens of Handbooks
– – – The 1977 Handbook
– – – The 1995 Edition of the Handbook
– – – The 2008 Edition of the Handbook
– – Handbook as Reflexive Landscaping
– – – A Political Geography This Edition Speaks and Thinks From/With
– – – Changing Coauthorship Practices
– – – The Epistemic Landscape of the Fourth Edition
– – – Cross-Cutting Issues and Emergent Themes
I. Doing, Exploring, and Reflecting on Methods /SMITH-DOERR
– – Method
– – Participation
– – Reflection
1. STS as Method /John LAW
– – Introduction
– – Shaping
– – – What’s Wrong with Epistemology: How STS Started
– – – Social Shaping
– – – [Box 1.1] Statistics: Case Study 1
– – – Objectivity, Nature, and Culture
– – – [Box 1.2] Separating Science from Society: Case Study 2
– – Structuring
– – – Feminist Cultural Studies of Science
– – – [Box 1.3] Primatology: Case Study 3
– – – Performativity
– – – [Box 1.4] Surveys: Case Study 4
– – Methods at the Center
– – – Actor-Network Theory
– – – [Box 1.5] Scallops: Case Study 5
– – – Ordering Methods
– – Difference
– – – Multiplicity
– – – [Box 1.6] Disease: Case Study 6
– – – Method and Difference
– – – [Box 1.7] Eutrophication: Case Study 7
– – – Postcoloniality
– – Knowing Spaces
– – Conclusion
2. Rethinking Documents /Kalpana SHANKAR, David HAKKEN, Carsten ØSTERLUND
– – Introduction: Why an STS of Documents
– – Defining Documents
– – Documents Already in STS Scholarship
– – – Fixity and Fluidity
– – – Materiality
– – – Coordination and Control: Accounts of and Accounts for
– – – Indexical Range and Background Knowledge
– – Building an STS of Documents
– – – Foster an Ethnography of the Document/Documentary Practices
– – – Learn How to Deal with Collectivities of Documents
– – – Develop Procedures to Analyze Digital Infrastructures
– – – Navigate Ownership and Sharing of Documents
– – Conclusion: Documents and Digitization
3. Intellectual and Practical Contributions of Scientometrics to STS /Sally WYATT, Staša MILOJEVIĆ, Han Woo PARK, Loet LEYDESDORFF
– – A Very Brief History of STS and Scientometrics
– – Using Scientometric Methods to Answer Research Questions
– – Scientometrics: From Discourse Analysis to Policy Tool
– – Conclusions and Future Directions
4. Ethnomethodology, Video Analysis, and STS /Philippe SORMANI, Morana ALAČ, Alain BOVET, Christian GREIFFENHAGEN
– – Introduction
– – EM and STS: Practical Relevancies and Paradigmatic Significance
– – Ethnomethodological Video Analysis: Heuristic Diversity, in and Alongside STS
– – – Interaction: Video in Conversation Analysis and Its Contribution to STS
– – – Respecification: Laboratory Studies and Video Analysis in STS
– – – Practice: Self-Instruction and Video Analysis Alongside Mainstream STS
– – Ethnomethodological Video Analysis and STS: Multiple Relationships
– – – Turning to Practices in situ: Ethnomethodological Common Ground
– – – Practicing Diversity: Distinctive Contributions to STS
– – Conclusion
5. Art, Design, and Performance /Chris SALTER, Regula Valérie BURRI, Joseph DUMIT
– – STS Perspectives on Art and Design
– – – Improvisation, Creativity, and Invention
– – – Embodied Knowledge, Material Engagement, and the Senses
– – – Performance and Performativity
– – – Contigency and Material Agency
– – – Distuption and Critical Design
– – Art and Design as STS Methods
– – – Genealogies of Technoscientific Art
– – – Art, Innovation, and Policy: The Studio Lab
– – – Intervention, Engagament, and Civic Technoscience
– – – Emergent Biosensibilities
– – – Moving between Art, Design, and STS
– – – Counterimages and Future Work
6. Engaging, Designing, and Making Digital Systems /Jante VERTESI, David RIBES, Laura FORLANO, Yanni LOUKISSAS, Marisa Leavitt COHN
– – Introduction
– – Corporate Engagament: Anthropologists in the Laboratory
– – Critical Engagament: Cyberinfrastructures and Values in Design
– – Inventive Engagament: Reflective Design and Critical Engineering
– – Design as Inquiry: Participatory Design and Speculative Fictions
– – Engagament and the Researcher
– – Conclusions
7. Experiments in Participation /Javier LEZAUN, Noortie MARRES, Manuel TIRONI
– – Introduction
– – Experimentation in STS: Redefining Relations among Science, Technology, and Society
– – PUS/PES Experiments: Redistributing Expertise, Creating Public Situations
– – New Themes: Experiments in Participation Unbound
– – – Object-Centered Engagemant: Expanding the Settings of participation
– – – Inventive Methods in STS: Experiments between What Is and What Might Be
– – – Experimentation as Prototyping: Participation in Times of Environmental, Technological, and Social Change
– – Conclusion: Linking Up the Experimental Dimensions of STS
8. Making and Doing: Engagement and Reflexive Learning in STS /Gary Lee DOWNEY, Teun ZUIDERENT-JERAK
– – Introduction: Turning STS Lessons onto STS Work
– – Building on Engagament and Reflexivity
– – Practices of STS Making and Doing
– – – Elements
– – – – One: Frictions and Alternate Images
– – – – Two: Techniques, Devices, and Infrastructures
– – – – Three: STS Expertise and Identities
– – – – Ecological Dimensions
– – – – Four: Audiences, Partners, and Engaged Practitioners
– – – – Five: STS Sensibilities Out There
– – – – Six: Feedback and Reframing
– – Clusters of Making and Doing
– – – Cluster One: Boundary-Crossing STS Claims
– – – – One … Six
– – – Cluster Two: Meta-Activism
– – – – One … Six
– – – Cluster Three: Experiments in Participation
– – – – One … Six
– – Conclusion: Enacting Multiple-Way Travels of Knowledge Production, and Expression
II. Making Knowledge, People, and Societies /FELT
9. Science and Democracy /Sheila JASANOFF
– – A Genealogy of Concern
– – A New Politics of Knowledge
– – The Epistemic Turn
– – Theoretical Advances
– – – States of Knowledge
– – – Citizens and Experts
– – – Law and Constitutionalism
– – – Democracy
– – Implications for Policy: STS in Practice
10. STS and Social Movements: Pasts and Futures /Steve BREYMAN, Nancy CAMPBELL, Virginia EUBANKS, Abby KINCHY
– – Intersections with Social Movements; From the Luddites to STS
– – – Social Movement Forerunners of STS
– – – Social Movements in the Formation of the Field
– – – Feminist, Antiracist, and Postcolonical Movements
– – Theorizing Social Movements
– – – STS and Social Movement Theory
– – – Health Social Movements
– – Emerging Movements and Directions for Research
11. Structural Inequality and the Politics of Science and Technology /David J. HESS, Sulfikar AMIR, Scott FRICKEL, Daniel Lee KLEINMAN, Kelly MOORE, Logan D. A. WILLIAMS
– – Structural Inequality in the STS Literature
– – – Structural Inequality as Gender and Race Positions
– – – Structural Inequality as Global Position
– – – Structural Inequality as Position with Respect to State and Industry
– – Political Sociological Perspectives in STS and Structural Inequality
– – – Political Sociology of Science and Technology
– – – Theoretical Innovations
– – – Methodological Innovations
– – New Directions in the Analysis of Structural Inequality, Science, and Technology
– – – Structural Inequality as Race and Gender
– – – Structural Inequality as Global Position
– – – Structural Inequality as Position with Respect to State and Industry
– – Conclusion
12. Race and Science in the Twenty-First Century /Ramya M. RAJAGOPALAN, Alondra NELSON, Joan H. FUJIMURA
– – Early Race Concepts in the Sciences and Scientific Racism
– – Race-Based Experimentation and Medical Racism
– – Race and Human Genetics after World War II
– – Race and Genomics in Contemporary Biosciences
– – Classification, Categorization, and Social Implications of Research on Race, Genetics, and Disease
– – Race and Genetics in Identity, Governance, Law, and Forensics
– – The Future of Studies of Race and Science: Theoretical and Methodological Implications for STS
– – Conclusion
13. Sex, Gender, and Sexuality in Biomedicine /Jennifer R. FISHMAN, Laura MAMO, Patrick R. GRZANKA
– – Making Sex: Science, Bodies, and Sexualities
– – Power, Pathologies, and Resistance
– – Reengaging Sex, Gender, and Sexualities in STS: Emergent Approaches and Epistemologies
– – Conclusion
14. Feminism, Postcolonialism, Technoscience /Banu SUBRAMANIAM, Laura FOSTER, Sandra HARDING, Deboleena ROY, Kim TallBear
– – Studying Science, Studying Society: The Importance of Feminist Postcolonial STS
– – Colonial Legacies: Colonization, Racism, Sexism, and Science
– – – Modern Sciences and Their Colonical Encounters
– – – Biological Differences and the Eugenic Project
– – A Focus on Latin America
– – Nonmodern and Anticolonical Knowledge: Multiple Ways of Knowing, Being, and Doing
– – Toward the Future
15. Conceptualizing Imaginaries of Science, Technology, and Society /Maureen McNEIL, Michael ARRIBAS-AYLLON, Joan HARAN, Adrian MACKENZIE, Richard TUTTON
– – Introduction
– – Etymology and STS Deployments
– – Genealogy of Imaginaries
– – – Western Philosophy
– – – Psychoanalysis
– – – Late Twentieth-Century Sociopolitical Theory
– – – Science Fiction
– – Clusters of STS Work with Imaginaries
– – – Cultures, Communities, and Prectices
– – – Nations, Institutions, and Policies
– – – Bodies, Subjects, and Differences
– – Conclusion
16. Performing and Governing the Future in Science and Technology /Kornelia KONRAD, Harro van LENTE, Christopher GROVES, Cynthia SELIN
– – Introduction
– – Expectations in Current Science and Technology
– – – The Performativity of Expectations
– – – The Dynamics and Shaping of Expectations
– – Temporality and Modes of Future Orientation
– – – Future Orientation as a Social and Historical Phenomenon
– – – Changing Practices of Future Orientation
– – – Theorizing Future Construction
– – Anticipation as Intervention
– – – Anticipatory Practices for Intervention
– – – STS Approaches to Anticipatory Governance
– – Conclusion
III. Sociotechnological (Re-)configurations /FOUCHÉ
– 17. Reconceptualizing Users through Enriching Ethnography /Lisa-Jo K. van den SCOTT, Carrie B. SANDERS, Antony J. PUDDEPHATT
– – Studying Users in Science and Technology Studies
– – – The Turn to Users: The Consumption Junction
– – – Conceptualizing, Configuing, and Scripting the User
– – – Problematic Distributions of Power: Gender Scripts and Implicated Actors
– – – Relevant Social Groups and Interpretive Flexibility
– – Methodological Leverage: Ethnography Unleashed
– – – Exploring Technology and Social Control
– – – The Distribution of Agency and Structure
– – – Users as Acting Units: Organization- and Instituional-Level Analysis
– – – Cross-Cultural Users and Global Ethnography
– – Conclusion
18. How Infrastructures Matter /Stephen C. SLOTA, Geoffrey C. BOWKER
– – Introduction
– – Looking Back to Understand the Present: Infrastructure as Physical Substrate
– – A Note on the Return to the Material
– – Responding to Changing Technology: Information Infrastructures
– – Thinkng Algorithmically: Knowledge Infrastructures
– – Infrastructure and the Role of the Social Scientist
– – Infrastructure and Policy
– – Conclusion
19. STS in the City /Ignacio FARÍAS, Anders BLOK
– – Introduction: STS and Urban Studies
– – Science and Technology in the City
– – – The City as a Technological Artifact
– – – Sociotechnical Sysems and Splintering Uran Infrastructure
– – – Metabolisms and the Urban Politics of Nature(s)
– – The Discovery of the Built Environment (in the City)
– – – Laboratories of Architectural Design
– – – What Do Buildings Actually Do?
– – – The Sociomaterial Mediation of Urban Built Environments
– – Reassmbling the City
– – – Making the Inisible City Visible
– – – Reimagining the Urban as Assemblage
– – – The Assmblage Urbanism Debate
– – Concluding Remarks: New STS Avenues, New Cities?
20. The Sociotechnical Architecture of Information Networks /Hector POSTIGO, Casey O’DONNELL
– – Prologue
– – Examining Video Games and Playing with YouTube
– – – YouTube as a Slippery Boundary Object
– – – The Update as the Tug of War between Emergence and Fixity
– – Interacive Plasticity: A Theory on Continously Emergent Sociotechnical Structures
21. Machineries of Finance: Technologies and Sciences of Markets /Alex PREDA
– – Introduction
– – Automation and Market Institutions
– – Market Automation and Social Interactions
– – What Concept of Technology?
– – The Sciences of the Market
– – Conclusion
22. A Critical Theory of Technology /Andrew FEENBERG
– – Introduction
– – Mapping Critical Theory of Technology
– – Contributions of Social Constuctivism and ANT
– – The Limits of Symmetry
– – Technical Citizenship
– – Differenciation and Translation
– – Revising Rationality
– – Lawyers and Codes
– – An Exemplary Case
– – Methodological Suggestions
– – – A Dialectical Approach
– – – Symmetry and Asymmetry
– – – Double Aspects of Rationality
– – – Layers
23. STS for Development /Aalok KHANDEKAR, Koen BEUMER, Annapurna MAMIDIPUDI, Pankaj SEKHSARIA, Wiebe E. BIJKER
– – Introduction: Development in Technological Cultures
– – Historicizing the Role of Technoscience in Development
– – STS and Development: An Overview
– – – Development as Neocolonialism
– – – Development as Postcolonical Nation Building
– – – Technosience and Traditional Knowledge
– – STS for Development: Three Themes
– – – Governing Development and Technoscience
– – – Development and Vulnerability
– – – Development as Practice
– – Conclusion: Development for STS
IV. Organizing and Governing Science /SMITH-DOERR
– – Organizing
– – Governing
– – Occupying
24. Gender, (In)equity, and the Scientific Workforce /Mary Frank FOX, Kjersten Bunker WHITTINGTON, Marcela LINKOVÁ
– – Introduction
– – Key Dimensions of Participation, Performance, and Rewards
– – – Participation
– – – – Gender and Doctoral Degrees Awarded in Science/Engineering over Time
– – – – Gender and Sectors of Employment
– – – Career Performance, Recognition, and Rewards
– – – Publications and Commercial Activity
– – – Citations, Prizes, and Awards
– – – Reserch Funding and Salary
– – – Limits of Available Data in Study of Gender and Scientific Careers
– – Debates and Explanations
– – – Pipeline Model
– – – Marriage, Family, and Household
– – – Culture and Practices of Science and Scientific Organizations
– – – Organizational Perspectives and Forms of Organizations
– – Policy
– – – Existing Interventions and Their Potential
– – – Promising Interventions: Further Implications for Policy
– – – – Assessment of Merit, Transparency, and Clarity of Criteria
– – – – Reevaluating Performance Metrics
– – – – Institutional Areas: Social and Family Policies
– – Conclusions
25. The Social and Epistemic Organization of Scientific Work /Edward J. HACKETT, John N. PARKER, Niki VERMEULEN, Bart PENDERS
– – Aggregation
– – Specialization
– – Integration
– – The Purposes and Politics of Scientific Organization
– – Looking Forward
26. Interactional Expertise /Harry COLLINS, Robert EVANS, Martin WEINEL
– – Introduction
– – Intellectual History
– – – The Idea of Interactional Expertise
– – – Tacit and Explicit Knowledge
– – – The Reality of Interactional Expertise
– – Researching Expertise and Experience
– – – Expertise and Expert Status
– – – Classifying Expertise: The Periodic Table of Expertises
– – – Expertise and Sociotechnical Integration
– – Expanding Interactional Experise
– – – The Fractal Model of Society
– – Interactional Expertise in Action
– – – Collaborations across Disciplines and Specialisms
– – – Health Care Professionals and Their Patients
– – – Education and Training in Interdisciplinary Sciences
– – – The Public Communication of Science and Technology
– – New and Future Directions
– – – Expertise Research in STS
– – – SEE and the Imitation Game
– – Conclusions
27. Surveillance and Regulation of Laboratory Practices /Ruthanne HUISING, Susan S. SILBEY
– – Science in Law
– – From Trust to Surveillance
– – Law in Science
– – Relational Regulation
– – Digitizing Surveillance
– – Conclusion
28. Ethics as Governance in Genomics and Beyond /Stephen HILGARTNER, Barbara PRAINSACK, J. Benjamin HURLBUT
– – Introduction
– – The Rise of ELS Programs
– – – U.S. ELSI during the Human Genome Project
– – – ELSA in European Countries
– – – Expansion and Change
– – Problematic Positions: STS as, in, or about ELS Research?
– – ELS as a Mode of Governance
– – – Ethics Programs and Social Order
– – – Imagining and Making Futures
– – – Soft Regulation and the Formation of Political Collectives
– – Conclusions
29. Responsible Research and Innovation /Jack STILGOE, David H. GUSTON
– – Introduction: Caring for the Future
– – The (Re-)emergence of Responsible Innovation
– – Technology as Means and Ends
– – Responsible Innovation and Public Engagement
– – The Politics of Anticipation
– – Responsible Innovation, Emergence, and Technological Systems
– – Responsible Innovation in Action
30. Reframing Science Communication /Maja HORST, Sarah R. DAVIES, Alan IRWIN
– – Setting the Scene: Science Communication in Context
– – Important Strands of Science Communication
– – – Forms and Formats of Science Communication
– – – Scientists as Communicators
– – – Audiences of Science Communication
– – Current Issues in Science Communication
– – – Science Communication as Making Science
– – – Science Communication as Organizational Communication
– – – Science Communication for Scientific Citizenship
– – Conclusion
V. Engaging with Social Challenges /MILLER
31. Aging: The Sociometarial Constitution of Later Life /Kelly JOICE, Alexander PEINE, Louis NEVEN, Florian KOHLBACHER
– – Introduction
– – Sociotechnical Imaginaries of Aging
– – – Ageism
– – – From Medicalization to biomedicalization
– – – Successful Aging and Anti-Aging Medicine
– – – Aging-in-Place
– – Investigating the Design Process: How Ageism Becomes Embedded in Design
– – – Double Naturalization: reciprocal Shaping of Ageist Imagery and Age Sripts
– – – How Elders Are Included and Imagined as Users
– – Theorizing Elders as Agents
– – Future Directions
32. Agricultural Systems: Co-producing Knowledge and Food /Alastair ILES, Garrett GRADDY-LOVELACE, Maywa MONTENEGRO, Ryan GALT
– – Introduction
– – Navigationg Agricultural Systems through a Co-production Idiom
– – Unpacking Industrial Agriculture
– – – Conceiving the Factory Farm
– – – Creating the Agricultural Knowledge State
– – – Building Food Infrastructures
– – Evolving Challenges and Transformations to Productivist Systems
– – – Participatory Expertise and Legitimating Sustainable Alternatives
– – – Making Productivism More Sustainable?
– – Towards Agriculture STS
33. Knowledge and Security /Kathleen M. VOGEL, Brian BALMER, Sam Weiss EVANS, Inga KROENER, Miwao MATSUMOTO, Brian RAPPERT
– – Imagining Security: The Scope, Boundaries, and Discourse of Security
– – Knowledge, Non-Knowledge, Secrecy, and Ignorance
– – Knowing Citizens: Surveillance, Whistle-blowing, and Big Data
– – Reflexive Knowing; Tensions for Scholars Investigating Security Matters
– – Conclusion
34. Researching Disaster from an STS Perspective /Kim FORTUN, Scott Gabriel KNOWLES, Vivian CHOI, Paul JOBIN, Miwao MATSUMOTO, Pedro de la TORRE III, Max LIBOIRON, Luis Felipe R. MURILLO
– – Genealogies of Disaster Research
– – – From Classic to Disaster-Focused STS
– – Themes in STS Disaster Research
– – – Expanding Time Frames of Disaster
– – – Disaster through Design and Expertise
– – – Denaturalizing Disaster Disparities
– – Conclusion: Challenges and Significance of STS Disaster Research
35. Environmental Justice: Knowledge, Technology, and Expertise /Gwen OTTINGER, Javiera BARANDIARÁN, Aya H. KIMURA
– – Introduction
– – What Is Environmental Justice?
– – Comparing Epistemic Aspects of EJ Struggles across Nations
– – – Undone Science
– – – Local Knowledge and Lay Ways of Knowing
– – – Epistemic Barriers to Procedural Justice
– – Global Aspects of Environmental Injustice
– – – International Flows of Knowledge and Expertise
– – – Just Participation in Nonstate Decision Making
– – Beyond the Epistemic: Technology and Experts in EJ
– – – Technological Politics
– – – Experts’ Participation
– – Conclusion
36. The Making of Global Environmental Science and Politics /Silke BECK, Tim FORSYTH, Pia M. KOHLER, Myanna LAHSEN, Martin MAHONY
– – Introduction
– – The Making of Global Environmental Science
– – – The Making of the “Global Environment”
– – – Knowledge Infrastructures for the Global Environment
– – – Framing Global Environmental Change
– – The Making and Organization of Expertise in Global Affairs
– – – Epistemic Authority in the Making
– – – Climate Change: The IPCC as Boundary Organization
– – – Biodiversity: The MA and IPBES
– – Entanglement between the Global and the Local
– – – Co-producing Scale and Epistemic Authority
– – – Applying Global Environmental Knowledge between Contexts
– – Conclusion: STS Engagament and Global Environmental Research
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