Mike Michael
TitelCiteret afÅr
A Sociology of Expectations: Retrospecting Prospects and Prospecting Retrospects
N Brown, M Michael
Technology analysis & strategic management 15 (1), 3-18, 2003
7702003
Science, social theory & public knowledge
A Irwin, M Michael
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2003
7022003
Reconnecting Culture, Technology and Nature (International Library of Sociology)
M Michael
Routledge, 2000
421*2000
Constructing identities: The social, the nonhuman and change
M Michael
Sage, 1996
4211996
Actor-networks and ambivalence: General practitioners in the UK cervical screening programme
V Singleton, M Michael
Social studies of science 23 (2), 227-264, 1993
3521993
Ignoring science: discourses of ignorance in the public understanding of science
M Michael
Misunderstanding science, 107-125, 1996
2081996
Lay discourses of science: Science-in-general, science-in-particular, and self
M Michael
Science, Technology, & Human Values 17 (3), 313-333, 1992
1981992
Technoscience and everyday life: The complex simplicities of the mundane
M Michael
McGraw-Hill Education (UK), 2006
1842006
Comprehension, apprehension, prehension: Heterogeneity and the public understanding of science
M Michael
Science, Technology, & Human Values 27 (3), 357-378, 2002
1602002
Futures of the present: From performativity to prehension
M Michael
Contested futures: A sociology of prospective techno-science, 21-39, 2000
1562000
The sacrifice: How scientific experiments transform animals and people
LIA Birke, L Birke, A Arluke, M Michael
Purdue University Press, 2007
1552007
These boots are made for walking...: Mundane technology, the body and human-environmental relations.
M Michael
Bodies of nature, 107-126, 2001
1452001
“What are we busy doing?” Engaging the idiot
M Michael
Science, Technology, & Human Values 37 (5), 528-554, 2012
1432012
Ethical boundary‐work in the embryonic stem cell laboratory
SP Wainwright, C Williams, M Michael, B Farsides, A Cribb
Sociology of health & illness 28 (6), 732-748, 2006
1402006
Publics performing publics: of PiGs, PiPs and politics
M Michael
Public Understanding of Science 18 (5), 617-631, 2009
1322009
Between citizen and consumer: multiplying the meanings of the``public understanding of science''
M Michael
Public Understanding of Science 7, 313-327, 1998
1211998
From bench to bedside? Biomedical scientists’ expectations of stem cell science as a future therapy for diabetes
SP Wainwright, C Williams, M Michael, B Farsides, A Cribb
Social science & medicine 63 (8), 2052-2064, 2006
1112006
From authority to authenticity: the changing governance of biotechnology
N Brown, M Michael
Health, Risk & Society 4 (3), 259-272, 2002
1112002
On making data social: Heterogeneity in sociological practice
M Michael
Qualitative Research 4 (1), 5-23, 2004
1032004
On the shoulders of idiots: Re-thinking science communication as ‘event’
M Horst, M Michael
Science as Culture 20 (3), 283-306, 2011
892011
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