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Feminist cultural studies of science and technology

Maureen McNeil

Feminist cultural studies of science and technology

by Maureen McNeil

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Published by Routledge in New York, NY .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Feminism and science,
  • Science -- Social aspects,
  • Technology -- Social aspects,
  • Culture -- Study and teaching

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMaureen McNeil.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ130 .M36 2007
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17993208M
    ISBN 109780415445375, 9780203938324
    LC Control Number2007025348

    Duke Mathematical Journal. East Asian Science, Technology and Society. An International Journal. Eighteenth-Century Life. English Language Notes. Environmental Humanities. French Historical Studies. Displaying results (of 57). Science, Technology and Culture book. Cultural Studies Volume 12 Issue 3. Science, Technology and Culture. fiction, feminist theory and science studies — the article explores the context in which our current scientific perspective on interspecies reproduction is constructed. The study demonstrates the value of contextualizing — both in Cited by: 8.

    Donna J. Haraway, Emerita, Professor of History of Consciousness and Feminist Studies Feminist theory, cultural and historical studies of science and technology, relation of life and human sciences, human-animal relations, and animal studies. E.U. Weber, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Sociocultural Studies. In Douglas and Wildavsky's () cultural theory, risk perception is viewed as a collective phenomenon by which members of different cultures selectively attend to different categories of culture selects some risks for attention and chooses to ignore others.

      Feminist Cultural Studies of Science and Technology challenges the assumption that science is simply what scientists do, say, or write: it shows the multiple and dispersed makings of science and technology in everyday life and popular culture.. This first major guide and review of the new field of feminist cultural studies of science and technology provides readers Author: Maureen McNeil.   Women, Science, and Technology is an ideal reader for courses in feminist science studies. This third edition fully updates its predecessor with a new introduction and twenty-eight new readings that explore social constructions mediated by technologies, expand the scope of feminist technoscience studies, and move beyond the nature/culture : Mary Wyer.


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Feminist Cultural Studies of Science and Technology challenges the assumption that science is simply what scientists doCited by: Feminist Cultural Studies of Science and Technology challenges the assumption that science is simply what scientists do, say, or write: it shows the multiple and dispersed makings of science and technology in everyday life and popular culture.

This first major guide and review of the new field of feminist cultural studies of science and technology provides readers with an accessible Cited by: Feminist Cultural Studies of Science and Technology challenges the assumption that science is simply what scientists do, say, or write: it shows the multiple and dispersed makings of science and technology in everyday life and popular culture.

within feminist science and technology studies (STS), we were intrigued with how to provide space in this special issue to more than just the authors of the articles. Conscious of the limits of this ambition, and of potentially reductionist consequences, we proposed a modest inquiry addressed to this thought collective.

cultural theory, and a second that addresses the developments in feminist think-ing about science, technology, and the body.

By the end, I hope to suggest what's at stake in claiming the name of feminist cultural studies. Feminism and the Development of Cultural Studies Feminist cultural studies takes shape first in Britain as part of the.

Applying recent thinking on gender and the environment to original research in science and technology, this unique book explores postcolonial relationships with 'the wild' using the US and Russia as examples.

The authors analyse contemporary categorizations of 'human self' versus 'wild other' through three twentieth century icons that best illustrate ambivalent ideas about self.

Applying recent thinking on gender and the environment to original research in science and technology, this unique book explores postcolonial relationships with ‘the wild‘ using the US and Russia as examples. The authors analyse contemporary categorizations of ‘human self‘ versus ‘wild other‘ through three twentieth century icons that best illustrate ambivalent ideas about.

Differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies, Providence, RI. 1, likes 4 talking about this. A feminist journal committed to cultural ers: K. The category, “feminist science studies” includes feminist critiques of science, history of women in science, attention to equity issues for women in science, the experience of women in science, the effects of science on women, cultural constructions of.

Book Description. Women, Science, and Technology is an ideal reader for courses in feminist science studies. This third edition fully updates its predecessor with a new introduction and twenty-eight new readings that explore social constructions mediated by technologies, expand the scope of feminist technoscience studies, and move beyond the nature/culture paradigm.

This collection, edited by Morag Shiach, brings together exciting work in feminism and cultural studies from different countries and different historical moments. It combines 'classic' articles with more recent work to offer an insight into the challenges and innovations of.

My personal thanks are also due to Kathryn Wagner for support through the editing process, to the students in my science fiction, queer theory, literature and technology, and cultural studies classes at IUP for constantly reminding me of the various contexts in which this work matters, and to the online and convention-based feminist science Author: Alexis Lothian.

Feminist cultural studies of technology, animals, and the sacred. Mette Brylds & Nina Lykkes study, mostly, the popular culture of the 60s & 70s surrounding the space race, New Age astrology, and deep sea exploration/5. Feminist philosophy of science is a branch of feminist philosophy that seeks to understand how the acquirement of knowledge through scientific means has been influenced by notions of gender and gender roles in society.

Feminist philosophers of science question how scientific research and scientific knowledge itself may be influenced and possibly compromised by the social and. Feminist Cultural Studies of Science and Technology.

By Maureen McNeil. London and New York: Routledge,pp., $ (cloth). DOI: / McNeil's book presents sociologists with an overview of some contri butions of science and technology, a "transdiscipline" often overlooked in. ©— Bioethics Research Library Box Washington DC A Future for Intersectional Black Feminist Technology Studies and sexuality in the fields of computer science, digital media studies, information, and technology studies.

interpreting racial dynamics through this electronic medium while simultaneously redistributing cultural resources along racial lines. These practices neatly recreate.

Mainstream feminist theory traditionally has not been much occupied with technology, and that topic almost exclusively has been a concern for feminist technology studies. Moreover, feminist technology studies have not been very influential with feminist theory, unlike feminist studies of science that have had more resonance with feminist theory.

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Genealogically, feminist technoscience studies is inspired by social constructionist approaches to gender, sex, intersectionalities, society, science and technology. However.This companion is a cutting-edge primer to critical forms of the posthumanities and the feminist posthumanities, aimed at students and researchers who want to catch up with the recent theoretical developments in various fields in the humanities, such as new media studies, gender studies, cultural studies, science and technology studies, human animal studies, postcolonial .Browse Search.

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