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Doing actor-network theory: integrating network analysis with empirical philosophy in the study of research into genetically modified organisms in New Zealand
(Lincoln University, 2014)
This thesis provides a critical examination of the theoretical and methodological tools provided by Actor-Network Theory (ANT). It does so by applying ANT to the analysis of research into Genetically Modified Organisms ...
Research into genetically modified organisms in New Zealand: an examination of a sociotechnical controversy
(University of California Press, 2017-10-03)
New Zealand is known around the world as a country that is clean, green and “100% Pure.” The existence of genetically modified organisms in New Zealand is generally viewed as inconsistent with this identity, and there is ...
A close examination of the role and needed expertise of brokers in bridging and building science policy boundaries in environmental decision making
(Springer Nature, 2020-04-22)
Knowledge brokers are often portrayed as neutral intermediaries that act as a necessary conduit between the spheres of science and policy. Conceived largely as a task in packaging, brokers are expected to link knowledge ...