When the Public Shapes Science: a Bibliography


Sismondo, “Science and Technology Studies and an Engaged Program,” Handbook of Science and Tech Studies 3rd Ed, ed. Hackett,Edward J et al, MIT Press 2008).

Callon, Michel (1999).  “The Role of Lay People in the Production and Dissemination of Scientific Knowledge,” Science, Technology & Society 4: 81-94.


Clarke, Adele (1998).  Disciplinging Reproduction: Modernity, American Lfe Sciences, and “the Problems of Sex” (Berkeley: University of California Press).


Collins, H. M., & Robert Evans (2002) “The Third Wave of Science Studies; Studies of Expertise and Experience,” Social Studies of Science 33: 235-96.


Collins, H. M., & Robert Evans (2003).  “King Canute Meets the Beach Boys: Responses to the Third Wave,” Social Studies of Science 33: 435-42

Cutliffe, Stephen H. (2000)  Ideas, Machines, and Values: An Introduction to Science, Technology, and Society Studies (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield).

Epstein, Steven (1996)  Impure Science: AIDS, Activism, and the Politics of Knowledge (Berkeley: University of California Press).

Farkas, Nicole (1999).  “Dutch Science Shops: Matching Community Needs with university R&D,” Science Studies 12: 33-47

Fischer, Corinna, Loet Leydesdorff, & Malte Schophaus (2004) “Science Shops in Europe: The Public as Stakeholder,” Science and Public Policy 31: 199-211.

Futrell, Robert (2003) “Technical Adversarialism and Participatory Collaboration in the U.S. Chemical Weapons Disposal Program,” Science, Technology & Human Values 28: 451-82.

Jasanoff, Shelia (2003) “Breaking the Waves in Science Studies: Comment on H.M. Collins and Robert Evans, ‘The Third Wave of Science Studies,” Social Studies of Science 33: 389-400

Laird, Frank (1993) “Participatory Analysis, Democracy, and Technological Decision Making,” Science, Technology & Human Values 18: 341-61

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