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0000 0001 0926 4326
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John Law (British sociologist)
John Law (Brits socioloog)
John Law (sociologue britannique)
Law, J.
Law, John
Ло, Джон
Dates: 
1946-
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Bijker, W.E. (1951-)
Bijker, Wiebe E.
Bijker, Wiebe Eco (1951-)
Callon, Michel (1945-)
Fyfe, Gordon
Hassard, John (1953-)
Lancaster University
Latour, Bruno (1947-)
Lodge, Peter
Mol, Annemarie
Mol, Annemarie (1958-..)
Rip, Arie (1941-)
Savage, Mike
Sellers, Peter
Sheridan, Alan
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Actor-Enacted: Cumbrian Sheep in 2001, The
Actor network theory and after
After method : mess in social science research
After the individual in society: lessons on collectivity from science, technology and society
Aircraft stories : decentering the object in technoscience
Areas of ignorance in normal science: a note on Mulkay's Three Models of Scientific Development
Barrow-in-Furness legionnaires' outbreak: qualitative study of the hospital response and the role of the major incident plan., The
Casino Royale
Co-word study of artificial intelligence, A
Comment on Suchman, and Gherardi and Nicolini: Knowing as Displacing
Complexities : social studies of knowledge practices
Culling, Catastrophe and Collectivity
Disaster in agriculture: or foot and mouth mobilities
Durkheimian Analysis of Scientific Knowledge: The Case of J. A. Uddens's Particle Size Analysis, A
Embodied action, enacted bodies: the example of hypoglycaemia
Enrolement et contre-enrolement: Les luttes pour la publication d'un article scientifique
Fluids or flows? Information and qualculation in medical practice
Globalisation in practice: On the politics of boiling pigswill
Good Passages, Bad Passages
How Much of Society Can the Sociologist Digest at One Sitting? The "Macro" and the "Micro" Revisited for the Case of Fast Food
Introduction: Monsters, Machines and Sociotechnical Relations
Is Epistemology Redundant? A Sociological View
Lists, Field Guides, and the Descriptive Organization of Seeing: Birdwatching as an Exemplary Observational Activity
Local Entanglements or Utopian Moves: An Inquiry into Train Accidents
Machines, agency and desire
Managing, Subjectivities and Desires
Mapping acidification research: a test of the co-word method
Mapping the dynamics of science and technology : sociology of science in the real world
Microbes : guerre et paix suivi de irréductions
Normative and interpretive sociologies of science
Notes on ANT
Object Lessons
On Power and Its Tactics: A View from the Sociology of Science
On the Art of Representation: Notes on the Politics of Visualisation
On the Construction of Sociotechnical Networks: Content and Context Revisited
On the Methods of Long-Distance Control: Vessels, Navigation and the Portuguese Route to India
On the social explanation of technical change: the case of the Portuguese maritime expansion
Organization: Distal and Proximal Views
Organizing modernity
Pasteurization of France, The
Performing technology's stories
Picturing power : visual depiction and social relations
Power, action, and belief : a new sociology of knowledge?
Power/Knowledge and the Dissolution of the Sociology of Knowledge
Prophecy Failed (for the Actors)!: A Note on 'Recovering Relativity'
Putting Facts Together: A Study of Scientific Persuasion
Regions, networks and fluids: Anaemia and social topology.
RESEARCH NOTE: AREAS OF IGNORANCE IN NORMAL SCIENCE: A NOTE ON MULKAY'S 'THREE MODELS OF SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT'
Resisting Pictures: Representation, Distribution and Ontological Politics
Science for social scientists
Seeing Like a Survey
Severe acute respiratory syndrome: lessons may be learnt from the outbreak of legionnaires' disease in Barrow in Furness.
Shaping technology/building society studies in sociotechnical change
social life of methods, The
sociology of monsters, A : essays on power, technology and domination
Structure as Process and Environmental Constraint: A Note on Ethnomethodology
Theories and Methods in the Sociology of Science: An Interpretive Approach
Veterinary Realities: What is Foot and Mouth Disease?
Whatever Should be Done with Indexical Expressions?
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ORGANIZATION STUDIES -BERLIN- EUROPEAN GROUP FOR ORGANIZATIONAL STUDIES-
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