Reassembling the Social (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
320
Utgivningsdatum
2007-09-01
Upplaga
New ed
Förlag
OUP Oxford
Dimensioner
148 x 230 x 17 mm
Vikt
460 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780199256051

Reassembling the Social

An Introduction to Actor-Network-Theory

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Latour is a world famous and widely published French sociologist known for his acclaimed writings on the relationship between people, science, and technology. His views have crystallized as 'Actor-Network-Theory' (ANT). This book is the first concise account Latour has written about ANT, with which he has come to be so closely associated with.
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Gabrielle Durepos This book makes ANT accessible and therefore a great resource for any student wishing to learn the language and ways of ANT.


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<br>Bruno Latour is a Professor at the Centre de Sociologie de l'Innovation, Ecole Nationale Sup rieure des Mines de Paris. Having been trained as a philosopher, then an anthropologist, Bruno Latour specialized in the analysis of scientists and engineers at work, and published works on philosophy, history, sociology, and the anthropology of science. He is the author of Laboratory Life (Princeton University Press), We Have Never Been Modern (Harvard University Press), and Pandora's Hope: Essays in the Reality of Science Studies (Harvard University Press).<br>

Innehållsförteckning

Introduction: How to Resume the Task of Tracing Associations; PART I: HOW TO DEPLOY CONTROVERSIES ABOUT THE SOCIAL WORLD; 1. Learning to Feed from Controversies; 2. First Source of Uncertainty: No Group, Only Group Formation; 3. Second Source of Uncertainty: Action is Overtaken; 4. Third Source of Uncertainty: Objects Too Have Agency; 5. Fourth Source of Uncertainty: Matters of Fact vs. Matters of Concern; 6. Fifth Source of Uncertainty: Writing Down Risky Accounts; 7. On the Difficulty of Being an ANT - An Interlude in Form of a Dialog; PART II: HOW TO RENDER ASSOCIATIONS TRACEABLE AGAIN; 8. Why is it So Difficult to Trace the Social?; 9. How to Keep the Social Flat; 10. First Move: Localizing the Global; 11. Second Move: Redistributing the Local; 12. Third Move: Connecting Sites; 13. Conclusion: From Society to Collective - Can the Social be Reassembled?