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General Description: This course critically examines sociological accounts of the inter-relations among technology, knowledge and the socio-cultural world. General Description: This course critically examines sociological STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... accounts of the inter-relations among technology, knowledge and the socio-cultural world.

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^ B. TEXT AND REQUIRED SUPPLIES


Wiebe Bijker, Thomas STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... P. Hughes & Trevor E. Pinch (eds.). The Social Construction of Technological Systems. Cambridge MA: MIT Press. 1989.


RECOMMENDED:


David Hess. Science Studies: An Advanced Introduction. NY: New York University Press. 1997.


Adriana Petryna. Life Exposed: Biological STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Citizens after Chernobyl. Princeton University Press. 2002


Gene I. Rochlin. Trapped in the Net: The Unanticipated Consequences of Computerization. Princeton


John Searle. The Construction of Social Reality New York: The Free Press. 1995


^ C. STRUCTURE STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... AND PRELIMINARY READINGS

(Still under construction)


WEEK 1: Introduction and Orientation (Jan. 17).


Paulson, William. 1994. "Chance, Complexity, and Narrative Explanation." Sub-Stance 74, no. 2: 5-21.


Winner, Langdon. 1980. "Do Artifacts Have Politics?" Daedalus, 109: 121-136.


Joerges, Bernward STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives.... 1999. "Do Politics have Artefacts?" Social Studies of Science 29:3, pp. 411-31.


MacKenzie, Donald and Judy Wajcman, 1985. "Introductory Essay," in The Social Shaping of Technology: How the Refrigerator got its Hum. U.K.: Open University Press STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives..., pp 2-25.


Star, Susan Leigh. 1995. "Introduction," in Ecologies of Knowledge: Work and Politics in Science and Technology, Susan Leigh Star (ed.). State University of New York Press, pp. 1-35.


WEEK 2: Understanding technical practice - the STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... social construction of technology (SCOT) and its critics (Jan. 24).


[How] is technology socially constructed?


Pinch, Trevor J. and Wiebe E.Bijker. 1987. "The Social Construction of Facts and Artifacts: or how the sociology of STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... science and the sociology of technology might benefit each other," in SCOT, pp. 17-50.


Kline, Ron and Trevor Pinch, 1996. "Users as Agents of Technological Change: the Social Construction of the Automobile STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... in the Rural United States," Technology & Culture, 37:4, October, pp. 763-795.


WEEK 3: Understanding critiques of STS - SCOT and its critics (Jan. 31).


Sismondo, Sergio. 1993. "Some Social Constructions", in Social Studies of Science, vol. 23, pp. 515-53.


Knorr-Cetina STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives..., Karin. 1993. "Strong Constructivism - from a Sociologist's Point of View: A Personal Addendum to Sismondo's Paper," Social Studies of Science, vol. 23, pp.555-63.


Winner, Langdon. 1993. "Upon Opening the Black Box and Finding it STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Empty: Social Constructivism and the Philosophy of Technology" in Science Technology & Human Values. vol 18, no 3 (summer), pp 362-378.


Elam, Mark. 1994. "Anti Anti-Constructivism or Laying the Fears of a Langdon Winner STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... to Rest." Science Technology and Human Values, vol 19, no 3 (winter): 101-106. (+Winner's response)


Readings from Searle (TBA)


WEEK 4: STS and the Sociology of Scientific Knowledge (Feb. 7).


Collins, Harry M. and Stephen Yearley. 1992. "Epistemological STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Chicken" in Andrew Pickering (ed), Science as Practice and Culture. Chicago, University of Chicago Press: pp 301-326.


Callon, Michel and Bruno Latour. 1992. "Don't Throw the Baby out with the Bath School! A Reply STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... to Collins and Yearley," in Pickering, see above, pp. 343-368.


Collins, Harry M. and Stephen Yearley. 1991. "Journey into Space," in Pickering see above, pp. 369-389.


Hess, Science Studies (1997). Ch. 4, "Social Studies of Knowledge" (pp STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives.... 81-111).


Lynch, Michael. 1993. Scientific Practice and Ordinary Action. New York: Cambridge: pp.71-117.


WEEK 5: STS and Actor-Network Theory (Feb. 14).


Callon, Michel. 1987. "Society in the Making: the Study of Technology as a Tool STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... for Sociological Analysis," in SCOT: 83-106.


Law, John. 1987. "Technology and Heterogeneous Engineering: The Case of Portuguese Expansion" in SCOT: 111-134.


Latour, Bruno. 1987. Science in Action: how to follow scientists and engineers through society. Cambridge STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives..., Mass: Harvard University Press (Intro plus chapters 2, 3, 6).


Johnson, Jim (a.k.a. Bruno Latour). 1988. "Mixing Humans and Nonhumans Together: the sociology of a door-closer," Social Problems, vol. 35, no.3, June, pp.298-310.


Amsterdamska, Olga. 1990. "Surely STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... you are joking, Monsieur Latour!" in Science, Technology & Human Values, vol 15, no. 4: 495-504.


Akrich, Madeleine. 1992. "The De-Scription of Technical Objects," in W. Bijker & J. Law, Shaping Technology/Building Society. Cambridge STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives..., Mass: MIT Press, pp. 205-224.


WEEK 6: Entering the Laboratory: "Technoscience" and the production of knowledge (Feb. 21).


John Law and Annemarie Mol. 2001. "Situating Technoscience: an Inquiry into Spatialities." http:/www.comp.lancs.ac.uk/sociology STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives.../soc052jl.html


Karin Knorr Cetina. 1992. "The Couch, the Cathedral, and the Laboratory: On the Relationship between Experiment and Laboratory in Science. In Pickering, Science as Practice and Culture: 113-138.


Anne Galloway. 2002. "On STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Laboratory Studies and Ethnographies of Science."wd http://www.purselipssquarejaw.ort/theory/lab_studies.html


Bruno Latour. 1999. "Give me a Laboratory and I will Raise the World." In Mario Biagioli, ed., The STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Science Studies Reader. New York, Routledge: 258-275.


Bruno Latour. 1999. "Circulating Reference," Chapter 2 of Pandora's Hope: Essays on the Reality of Science Studies. Cambridge MA, Harvard University Press: 24-79.


Stephen R. Barly and Beth STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... A. Bechky. 1994. "In the Backrooms of Science: The Work of Technicians in Science Labs." Work and Occupations, 21, No. 1, February: 85-126.


Gary Taubes. 1998. "The (Political) Science of Salt", Science, vol. 281, 14 August 1998, pp. 898-907.

Optional but available from Prof STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives.... Mason.


Latour, Bruno and Woolgar, Steve. 1986. Laboratory Life: the Construction of Scientific Facts. Second ed., Princeton: Princeton University Press. chap. 1-3, 6 (160 pgs).


WEEK 7: Studies of Technology: Histories and Technical Determinism (Feb. 28).


Emmanuel G STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives.... Mesthene "The Role of Techology in Society," and John McDermott, "Technology: The Opiate of the Intellectuals." 1997. Both from Albert H. Teich, ed., Technology and the Future, 7th ed. New York, St. Martin STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives...'s Press: 65-92.


Edward W. Constant, "The Social Locus of Technological Practice: Community, Systems, or Organization?" in Bijker et. al., SCOT, 223-242.


Gene I. Rochlin, 1997. Trapped in the Net, Chapter 2, "Autogamous Technology": 15-34.


Lynn White STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives..., Jr. 1979. Medieval Technology and Social Change. Oxford: Oxford University Press: l-38.


Ronald Hilton. 1963. "Technical Determinism: The Stirrup and the Plough," Past and Present, 24: 90-100.


Hayter, H. 1939. "Barbed Wire - A Prairie Invention," Journal STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... of Agricultural History: l89-207.


Merritt Roe Smith. 1994. "Technological Determinism in American Culture." in Merritt Roe Smith and Leo Marx, eds., Does Technology Drive History? The Dilemma of Technological Determinism, Cambridge, MIT STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Press: 1-36.


Robert Heilbroner. 1994. " Do Machines Make History?" and "Technological Determinism Revisited." in Smith and Marx, Does Technology Drive History: 53-78.


WEEK 8: Organizational Approaches: Sociological Studies and Large Technical Systems (March 7).


Bernward Joerges. 1988. "Large Technical Systems STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives...: Concepts and Issues," in Renata Mayntz and Thomas P. Hughes, eds., The Development of Large Technical Systems, Boulder, CO,: Westview: 9-36.


Thomas P. Hughes, "The Evolution of Large Technological Systems STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives...," in SCOT: 51-82


Thomas P. Hughes. 1983. Networks of Power: Electrification in Western Society 1880-1930. Baltimore, John Hopkins University Press. (introduction, chapter 2, epilogue).


Law, John. 1991. "Introduction: Monsters, Machines and Sociotechnical Relations," in John Law, ed., A STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Sociology of Monsters: Essays on Power, Technology and Domination. London, Routledge: 1-23.


G. I. Rochlin. 1994. "Broken Plowshare: System Failure and the Nuclear Power Industry." In Jane Summerton, ed., Changing Large Technical Systems STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives..., Boulder, CO, Westview: 231-264.


Bernward Joerges. 1999. "High Variability Discourse in the History and Sociology of Large Technical Systems." in Olivier Coutard, ed. The Governance of Large Technical Systems. London, Routledge: 258-290.


WEEK 9: Organizational Structures: Complexities STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives..., Risks, and Altered Social Realities. (March 14).


Gene I. Rochlin. 1997. Trapped in The Net. Chapters 7, 8, and 9.: 108-168.


Judith Green. 2003. "The Ultimate Challenge for Risk Technologies." in Jane Summerton and Boel Berner, eds., Constructing STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Risk and Safety in Technological Practice. London, Routledge: 29-42.


Columbia Accident Investigation Board Report, Vol. 1. 2003. NASA and U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington D.C., Chapters 7 and 8: 178-205.HYPERLINK "http://www.nasa.gov/columbia STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives.../home/index.html" http://www.nasa.gov/columbia/home/index.html (full report or get it in pieces.)


The National Strategy for the Protection of Critical Infrastructures and Key Assets. 2003. The White STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... House, Washington D.C. "Securing Critical Infrastructures": pp. 35-70.HYPERLINK "http://www.dhs.gov/interweb/assetlibrary/Physical_Strategy.pdf" http://www.dhs.gov/interweb/assetlibrary/Physical_Strategy.pdf


Todd R. La Porte and Paula M. Consolini. 1991. "Working STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... in Practice but Not in Theory: Theoretical Challenges of `High-Reliability Organizations'." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, 1, No. 1: 19-47.


L. Clarke and J. F. Short, "Social Organization and Risk -- Some STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Current Controversies." Annual Review of Sociology 19 (1993): 375-399.


WEEK 10: Discourses, and Boundary Work (March 21)


Maarten A Hajer. 1993. "Discourse Coalitions and the Institutionalization of Practice: The Case of Acid Rain in Great Britain." In Frank STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Fischer and John Forester, eds., The Argumentative Turn in Policy Analysis and Planning. Durham NC: Duke University Press: 43-76.


Thomas F. Gieryn. 1983. "Boundary-Work and the Demarcation of Science from Non-Science: Strains STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... and Interests in Professional Ideologies of Scientists." American Sociological Review, 48, No. 6 (Dec.): 781-795.


. Susan Leigh Star and James R. Griesemer. "Institutional Ecology, 'Translations' and Boundary Objects: Amateurs and Professionals in Berkeley STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives...'s Museum of Vertebrate Zoology, 1907-1939." Social Studies of Science 19, no. 3 (1989): 387-420.


Joan Fujimura. 1992. "Crafting Science: Standardized Packages, Boundary Objects and `Translation'." in A. Pickering (ed), Science as Practice and Culture. Chicago, University of Chicago Press STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives...: 168-214.


Simon Shackley and Brian Wynne. 1996. "Representing Uncertainty in Global Climate Change Science and Policy - Boundary-Ordering Devices and Authority." Science Technology & Human Values 21, no. 3: 275-302.


Geoffrey C. Bowker and Susan Leigh Starr. 2000. "Categorical STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Work and Boundary Infrastructures: Enriching Theories of Classification" and "Why Classifications Matter" in Sorting Things Out: Classification and its Consequences. Cambridge MA, MIT Press: 283-326.


Tue, March 28: SPRING RECESS


WEEK 11: Narratives,Ethnomethodology STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives..., and Cultural Studies (April 4).


Reprise on Paulson (Week 0).


Alexandra von Meier, Jennifer Lynn Miller, and Ann C. Keller. 1998. "The Disposition of Excess Weapons Plutonium: A Comparison of Three Narrative Contexts." The Nonproliferation STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Review: 20-31.


Barbara Czarniawska-Joerges. 1992. Exploring Complex Organizations: A Cultural Perspective. Newbury Park, CA, Sage: pp. 21-39, 159-185.


Hess, Science Studies (1997). Ch. 5, "Critical and Cultural Studies of Science and Technology" (112-147).


Michael Lynch. 1993. Scientific Practice and STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Ordinary Action. New York: Cambridge:, Ch. 1, "Ethnomethodology": 1-38.


Sharon Traweek. 1994. "Border Crossings: Narrative Strategies in Science Studies and Among Physicists in Tsukuba Science City, Japan," in Pickering, ed., Science as Practice and Culture: 429-466.


Gene I STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives.... Rochlin and Alexandra von Meier. 1994. "Nuclear Power Operations: A Cross-Cultural Perspective". Annual Review of Energy and the Environment, 19 (1994), 153-187.


WEEK 12: User-oriented and feminist studies of technological practice (April 11).


Ruth Schwartz Cowan. "The STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Consumption Junction: a Proposal for Research Strategies in the Sociology of Technology," in Bijker, Hughes and Pinch, SCOT, pp. 261-280.


Judy Wacjman. 1995. "Feminist Theories of Technology." In Sheila Jasanoff, Gerald E. Markle STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives..., James C. Petersen and Trevor Pinch, eds., The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies. Thousand Oaks CA: SAGE: 189-204.


Madeleine Akrich. 1996. "User Representations: Practices, Methods and Sociology." In Arie Rip et STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives.... al., Managing Technology in Society: The Approach of Constructive Technology Assessment. London: Pinter: 167-184.


Rayna Rapp. 1997. "Real-Time Fetus: The Role of the Sonogram in the Age of Monitored Reproduction," in Gary Lee STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Downey and Joseph Dumit, eds., Cyborgs and Citadels. Santa Fe, School of American Research Press: 31-48.


Sandra Harding. 1986. The Science Question in Feminism. Ithaca, Cornell Univ. Press: 9-12, 136-162.


Donna J. Haraway: 1998. "Situated Knowledges: The Science Question STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... in Feminism and the Privilege of Partial Perspective." In Biagioli, ed., The Science Studies Reader: 172-188.


Joel Novek. 2002. "IT, Gender, and Professional Practice: Or, Why an Automated Drug Distribution System Was Sent Back STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... to the Manufacturer." Science, Technology and Human Values, 27, no. 3: 379-403.


WEEK 13: Technology and Politics (April 18).


* (reprise on Winner and Joerges pieces from Week 1 - not an assignment, just re-review them).


* Susan Cozzens. 1993. "Whose Movement STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives...? STS and Social Justice," Science, Technology & Human Values, 18, no. 3 (summer): 275-277. (Short piece - for all to read).


Sheila Jasanoff. 1996. "Beyond Epistemology: Relativism and Engagement in the Politics of Science." Social STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Studies of Science, 26: 393-418.


David F. Noble. 1998. "Digital Diploma Mills: The Automation of Higher Education." First Monday, 3, no. 1: http://www.firstmonday.dk/issues/issue3_1/noble/index.html.


Gene I. Rochlin. Trapped in the Net, Chapter 4, "Taylorism STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Redux."


Bruce Bimber. 1994. "Three Faces of Technical Determinism." In M. R. Smith, ed., Does Technology Drive History?: 79-100.


Gabrielle Hecht. 1998. The Radiance of France: Nuclear Power and National Identity After World War II STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives.... Cambridge MA, MIT Press: 21-53, 334-339.


Adele Clarke and Theresa Montini. 1993. "The Many Faces of RU486 Tales of Situated Knowledges and Technological Contestations", Science, Technology & Human Values, 18. no. 1: 42-78.


Susan Leigh Star. 1991. "Power STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives..., Technology and the Phenomenology of Conventions: on Being Allergic to Onions," In John Law, ed. A Sociology of Monsters? Essays on Power, Technology and Domination. Sociological Review Monograph 31. London: Routledge: 65-96.


WEEK 14: Biotechnology and STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Bio-medicine (May 2).


Adele E. Clarke, Janet K. Shim, Laura Mamo, Jennifer Ruth Fosket, and Jennifer R. Fishman. 2003. "Biomedicalization: Technoscientific Tranformations of Health, Illness, and U.S. Biomedicine." American Sociological Review 68:161-194.


Joan Fujimura STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives.... 1988. "The Molecular Biological Bandwagon in Cancer Research: Where Social Worlds Meet." Social Problems, 35, No. 3: 261-283.


Lily E. Kay. 1998. "In the Beginning Was the Word?" In Biagioli, ed., The Science Studies Reader STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives...: 258-275.


Donna J. Haraway. 1997. "Mice Into Wormholes," in Downey and Dumit, eds. Cyborgs and Citadels: 209-243.


Sheldon Krimsky. 1998. "The Cultural and Symbolic Dimensions of Agricultural Biotechnology," in Arnold Thackray, ed., Private Science: Biotechnology and the Rise STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... of the Molecular Sciences, Philadelphia, U. of Penn. Press, 144-161.


Leah A. Lievrouw. 2003. "Biotechnology, Intellectual Property, and the Prospects for Scientific Communication." In S. Braman, ed., Biotechnology & Communication: The Meta STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives...-Technologies of Information. Mahwah, NJ, Lawrence Erlbaum: 145-172 (plus refs.).


Evelyn Fox Keller. 1995. Refiguring Life: Metaphors of Twentieth-Century Biology. New York, Columbia University Press: 79-118.


WEEK 15: Wrap up and presentations/summaries (May 9).


smrti talks

Kerala STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives.... South India. Research. A lot more.

Reading List

smrti | remix | Sunday, June 19th, 2005

Some books I found useful for my research in the areas of:

IT & WEB

GLOBALIZATION

INDIA/KERALA

TRANSLATION

ON IT & WEB

Argyle, Katie and STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Rob Shields. “Is there a body in the Net?” Cultures of Internet: Virtual Spaces, Real Histories, Living Bodies. Ed. Rob Shields.

Baym, N. ” The Emergence of Community in Computer-Mediated Communication”, Jones S STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives.... (Ed.) Cybersociety: Computer-Mediated Communication and Community.

Bonner, William and Addison Wiggin. Financial Reckoning Day: Surviving the Soft Depression of the 21st Century. New Jersey: Wiley & Sons, 2003.

Brook, James and Ian STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Boal. Resisting the Virtual Life: The Culture and Politics of Information. Ed. James San Francisco: City Lights, 1995.

Dechert, Charles. ed. The Social Impacts of Cybernetics. Ed. London: Simm & Schuster, 1967.

Codognet, Philippe. “Ancient Images STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... and New Technologies: The Semiotics of Web”. Leonardo. 35.1 (2002): 41-49

Cohen, Tom. “Along the Watchtower – Cultural Studies and the Ghost of Theory”. MLN 112.3 (1997): 400-430

Balg, Ellen. “Women’s Access to On-line Discussions about Feminism STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives....” Eserver.org.

Dietrich, Dawn. “Refashioning the Techno-Erotic Women: Gender and Textuality in the Cybercultural Matrix” Virtual Culture: Identity and Communication in the Cyber Society. Ed. Steven Jones. London: Routledge 1998. 169-184.

Gajjala, Radhika STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives.... “An Interrupted Postcolonial/Feminist Cyberethnography: Complicity and Resistance in the ‘Cyberfield’”. Feminist Media Studies 2.2 (2000) Cyberdiva.org

Gauntlett, David and Ross Horsley (ed.) Web.Studies. Oxford: OUP, 2004

Glodhaber, Michael. “The Attention Economy and the Net STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives....” First Monday 2.4 (1997

Golding, Peter. “World Wide Wedge: Division and Contradiction in the Global Information Infrastructure” Media Studies: A Reader. Ed. Paul Marris and Sue Thornham. Washington Square: New York UP STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives...: 2000.

Gurumurthy, Anita. “Unpacking the Knowledge Economy – Whither Knowledge Society?” 5 Feb 2004. Nettime.org

Haraway, Donna. “A Cyborg Manifesto: Science, Technology, and Socialist-Feminism in the Late Twentieth Century,” in Simians, Cyborgs and Women: The Reinvention of STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Nature. New York; Routledge, 1991 149-181.

Hawthorne, Susan. “Wild Bodies/Techno Bodies”. Women’s Studies Quarterly. XXIX.3&4 (2001): 54-70.

Healp, Nick. et al. (ed). Information Technology and Society: A reader. New Delhi: Sage STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives..., 1996.

Iuppa, Nicholas. Interactive Design for New Media and the Web. Boson: Focal Press, 2001.

Kendrick, Michelle “Interactive Technology and the Remediation of the Subject of Writing” Configurations – 9. 2 (2001): 231-251

Kollock, Peter and Marc Smith (ed). Communities in STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... Cyberspace. Marc Smith and Peter Kollock London: Routledge, 1999.

Landow, George P. Hypertext: The convergence of Contemporary Critical Theory and Technology. Baltimore: John Hopkins UP, 1992.

Leiner, Barry. “The Past and Future History STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives... of the Internet.” Communications of the ACM 40.2 (1997): 102 – 108. ACM Digital Library.

Liebowitz, S J. Re-Thinking the Network Economy: The True Forces That Drive the Digital Marketplace. New York: Amacom, 2002.

Lyon, David STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives.... “The Roots of Information Technology” Information Technology and Society: A Reader. Ed. Nick Healp et al. New Delhi: Sage, 1996. 54-72.

Mihalache, Adrian “The Cyber Space-Time Continuum: Meaning And Metaphor” The Information Society 18.4 (2002): 293-301

Miller STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives..., Hugh. “The Presentation of Self in Electronic Life: Goffman on the Internet.” Psycopaedia. Jun 1995.

- - - . “The Hypertext home: Images and Metaphors of Home on World Wide Web Home Pages”. Nottingham Trent University Sep 1999.

Miller STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives..., Lara. “Women and Children First” Gender and the setting of Electronic Frontier” Resisting the Virtual Life: The Culture and Politics of Information. Ed. James Brook and Ian Boal City Lights: San Francisco, 1995. 49-58.

Mitra STS 5206 – Main Themes in the History of Science and Technology - 1995) Feminist and Constructivist Perspectives..., Ananda. “Marginal voices in Cyberspace”. New Media & Society 13.1 (2001): 29–48.

- - - . “ Virtual Commonality: Looking for India on the Internet”. Virtual Culture: Identity and Communication in Cybersociety. Ed. Steven Jones London: Sage, 1997. 55-79.

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