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How genes matter [online] : genetic medicine as subjectivisation practices / Bernhard Wieser

By: WIESER, Bernhard.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Körperkulturen: Publisher: Bielefeld : transcript-Verlag, 2017Description: 1 resursă online (360 p.).ISBN: 9783839437667.Subject(s): | DE-Chimie | DE-Farmacie | | biologie | genetică | tehnologie farmaceutică | sociologie medicală | medicamente | cărți străine | cărți achiziții | cărți electroniceGenre/Form: resursă online Online resources: Acces la textul integral numai din contul de acces mobil
Contents:
1. Introduction 2. Subjectivisation as theoretical framework 3. Methodology
PART 1: KNOWING ABOUT GENES 4. Genes in the womb 5. Coming into being
PART 2: MAKING BIOSCIENTISTS ACCOUNTABLE 6. New conditions for the sciences of life 7. ELSA as a heritage of public controversies 8. Public accountability of newborn screening 9. Ethical boundary work 10. Subjectivisation of bioscientists
PART 3: BEING A PART OF IT 11. Science, politics, and the public 12. Constituting oneself as a researcher 13. Negotiating who ELSA researchers are
CONCLUSIONS 14. Methodological challenges 15. Why science policy context matters
List(s) this item appears in: Titluri cărți electronice achiziționate prin Anelis Plus (De Gruyter) | Titluri cărți sociologie intrate în 2016-2020 | Titluri cărți știința mediului intrate în 2016-2021 (fără teze) | Titluri cărți știința mediului intrate în 2016-2021 | Titluri cărți chimie (DC nave) publicate în 2017-2021 | Titluri cărți chimie (DC nave) intrate în 2016-2021 | Titluri cărți cibernetică și informatică economică (DC) intrate în 2016-2021
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1. Introduction 2. Subjectivisation as theoretical framework 3. Methodology

PART 1: KNOWING ABOUT GENES 4. Genes in the womb 5. Coming into being

PART 2: MAKING BIOSCIENTISTS ACCOUNTABLE 6. New conditions for the sciences of life 7. ELSA as a heritage of public controversies 8. Public accountability of newborn screening 9. Ethical boundary work 10. Subjectivisation of bioscientists

PART 3: BEING A PART OF IT 11. Science, politics, and the public 12. Constituting oneself as a researcher 13. Negotiating who ELSA researchers are

CONCLUSIONS 14. Methodological challenges 15. Why science policy context matters

Achiziție prin Proiectul Anelis Plus 2020.

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