The Stem Cell NetWork II
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Maja Horst (2003): Controversy and Collectivity. Articulations of social and natural order in mass mediated representations of biotechnology. Doctoral School of Knowledge and Management, CBS. PhD.Series 28/2003.
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Maja Horst (2004): Science Communication – a critical discussion of the report from the Danish Think Tank on Public Understanding of Science. Presented at CBS Conference on Science Communication, June 3rd 2004.
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Useful references:
Bijker, WE & Law, J. (2000). Shaping Tecnology/Building Society. Cambridge, Massachusetts, London: MIT Press.

Gregory, J & Miller, S. (1998). Science In Public. Communication, Culture, and Credibility. New York: Plenum Trade.

Hagendijk, R, Healey, P, Horst, M & Irwin, A. (2005). Science, Technology and Governance in Europe: Challenges of Public Engagement. (HPSE-CT2001-50003), European Commission

Irwin, A. (2006). The politics of talk: Coming to terms with 'new' scientific governance. Social studies of science 36(2):299-322

Irwin, A & Michael, M (2003): Science, social theory and public knowledge. Open University Press, Maidenhead.     

Irwin, A & Wynne, B. (1996). Misunderstanding Science? Cambridge: Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge.

Latour, B. (1999). Pandora’s hope: essays on the reality of Science Studies. Cambridge, Ma, Harvard University Press.

Lewenstein, BV. (2002). Editorial: A decade of public understanding. Public Understanding of Science 11:1-4

Mackenzie, D & Wajcman, J. (1999). The Social Shaping of Technology. Philadelphia: Open University Press.

Michael, M. (1998). Between citizen and consumer: multiplying the meanings of the "public understandings of science". Public Understanding of Science 1998(7):313-27

Nowotny, H, Scott, P & Gibbons, M. (2001). Re-thinking science - knowledge and the public in an age of uncertainty. Cambridge: Polity Press.

Wynne, B. (1995). Public Understanding of Science. In Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, ed. Jasanoff

S, Markle GE, Petersen JC, Pinch TJ, 17:361-388 pp. Thousand Oaks: SAGE Publications. 361-388 pp.


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Contact: Associate Professor Maja Horst, +45 3815 2826 / The project is supported by the Danish Research Council for the Hunanities