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Women, science, and technology : a reader in feminist science studies

Author: edited by Mary Wyer, Mary Barbercheck, Donna Cookmeyer, Hatice �eOr�eun �eOzt�eurk, and Marta Wayne. ; ; Mary Wyer
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2014.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : Third editionView all editions and formats
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"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."--Pub. desc.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: edited by Mary Wyer, Mary Barbercheck, Donna Cookmeyer, Hatice �eOr�eun �eOzt�eurk, and Marta Wayne. ; ; Mary Wyer
ISBN: 9780415521093 0415521092 9780415521109 0415521106 1135055424 9781135055424
OCLC Number: 830682563
Description: xxxiv, 599 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: Feminism, Science and Technology: Why It Still Matters --
From Margins to Center: Educating Women for Scientific Careers --
Feminist Approaches in/to Science and Technology --
Technologies of Sex, Gender, and Difference --
Thinking Theoretically --
Theoretical Horizons in Feminist Technoscience Studies. Rethinking cyberfeminism(s): Race, gender, and embodiment. --
Gender and technology. --
Queering feminist technology studies. --
Feminist heterosexual imaginaries of reproduction: Lesbian conception in feminist studies of reproductive technologies. --
From reproductive work to regenerative labor: The female body and the stem cell industries. --
Beyond postcolonial theory: Two undertheorized perspectives on science and technology. --
Theoretical Horizons in Feminist Technoscience Studies --
Situated knowledges: The science question in feminism and the privilege of partial perspective. --
Posthumanist performativity: Toward an understanding of how matter comes to matter. --
Animal performances: An exploration of intersections between feminist science studies and studies of human/animal relationships. --
ex genes: A critical sociomaterial approach to the politics and molecular genetics of sex determination. --
Open forum imaginary prohibitions: Some preliminary remarks on the founding gestures of the "new materialism." --
From science and technology to feminist technoscience. --
Eco/feminism and rewriting the ending of feminism: From the Chipko movement to Clayoquot Sound.
Responsibility: edited by Mary Wyer, Mary Barbercheck, Donna Cookmeyer, Hatice Örün Öztürk, and Marta Wayne.

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"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."--Pub. desc.

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