Knowledge, Technology and Law

Knowledge, Technology and Law

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ISBN-13: 9781138665354
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 03/03/2016
Pages: 280
Product dimensions: 6.14(w) x 9.20(h) x (d)

About the Author

Emilie Cloatre is a Senior Lecturer at Kent Law School.

Martyn Pickersgill is Wellcome Trust Senior Research Fellow in Biomedical Ethics at the University of Edinburgh.

Table of Contents

Introduction Emilie Cloatre and Martyn Pickersgill, Section 1 Law, Expertise and Public Participation Chapter 1 Science, uncertainty and the normative question of epistemic governance Sujatha Raman, Chapter 2 Contingent participation: imaginaries of sustainable technoscientific innovation in the European Union Mark Flear and Thomas Pfister, Chapter 3 The voice of silence: UK patients’silent resistance to the assisted reproduction regulations Ilke Turkmendag, Section 2 Objects and Epistemologies in Criminal Law Chapter 4 Unchaining research: processes of dis/empowerment and the social study of criminal law and investigation Barbara Prainsack, Chapter 5 Making the colposcope "forensic": The medico-legal management of a controversial visualisation device Gethin Rees, Chapter 6 Telling tales: some episodes from the multiple lives of the polygraph machine Andrew Balmer, Section 3 Regulation, Ethics and Values Chapter 7 Through the thicket and across the divide: successfully navigating the regulatory landscape in life sciences research Graeme Laurie and Shawn Harmon, Chapter 8, Misconduct hunting: research integrity via law, science and technology Marie-Andree Jacob, Chapter 9 Financial derivatives and the challenge of performation: where contingency meets contestability Donatella Alessandrini, Section 4 Law, Technoscience and the Stabilization of Knowledge Chapter 10 Epistemic Jurisdictions: Science and Courts in Regulatory (De)centralisation David Winickoff, Chapter 11 Un-knowing exposure: toxic emergency housing, strategic inconclusivity and governance in the US Gulf South Nick Shapiro, Chapter 12 A likely story: HIV and the definition of disability in UK employment equality law, 1996-2005 Emily Grabham, Chapter 13 Paper prototypes Alain Pottage

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