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Beyond imported magic : essays on science, technology, and society in Latin America
Éditeur The MIT press
Année copyright 2014
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Beyond imported magic : essays on science, technology, and society in Latin America
1 vol. (xiii, 396 pages) : illustrations ; 23 cm
Bibliogr. en fin de chapitres. Index
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Foreword / byMarcos Cueto ; Preface --1 ; Introduction : Beyond imported magic /Eden Medina, Ivan da Costa Marques, and Christina HolmesPart I ; Latin American Perspectives on Science, Technology, and Society.2 ; Who invented Brazil? /Henrique Cukierman3 ; Innovation and inclusive development in the South : a critical perspective /Mariano Fressoli, Rafael Dias, and Hernán Thomas4 ; Working with care : narratives of invisible women scientists practicing forensic genetics in Colombia /Tania Pérez-Bustos, María Fernanda Olarte Sierra, and Adriana Díaz del Castillo H.5 ; Ontological politics and Latin American local knowledges /Ivan da Costa Marques6 ; Technology in an expanded field : a review of history of technology scholarship on Latin America in selected English-language journals /Michael Lemon and Eden MedinaPart II ; Local and Global Networks of Innovation.7 ; South Atlantic crossings : fingerprints, science, and the state in turn-of-the-twentieth-century Argentina /Julia Rodriguez8 ; Tropical assemblage : the Soviet Large Panel in Cuba /Hugo Palmarola and Pedro Ignacio Alonso9 ; Balancing design : OLPC engineers and ICT translations at the periphery /Anita Say Chan10 ; Translating magic : the charisma of One Laptop per Child's XO laptop in Paraguay /Morgan G. Ames11 ; Nanoscience and nanotechnology : how an emerging area on the scientific agenda of the core countries has been adopted and transformed in Latin America /Noela Invernizzi, Matthieu Hubert, and Dominique Vinck12 ; Latin America as laboratory : the camera and the Yale Peruvian Expeditions /Amy Cox HallPart Ill ; Science, Technology, and Latin American Politics.13 ; Bottling atomic energy : technology, politics, and the state in Peronist Argentina /Jonathan Hagood14 ; Peaceful atoms in Mexico /Gisela Mateos and Edna Suárez-Díaz15 ; Neoliberalism as political technology : expertise, energy, and democracy in Chile /Manuel Tironi and Javiera Barandiarán16 ; Creole interferences : a conflict over biodiversity and ownership in the south of Brazil /Ana Delgado and Israel Rodríguez-Giralt17 ; The juridical hospital : patient-citizen-consumers claiming the right to health in Brazilian courts /João Biehl
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