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Qualitative research as partial connection: bypassing the power-knowledge nexus
Qualitative research and methods are often imagined as relating to a problematic, which we here term the power-knowledge nexus. We argue that the dichotomy between power and knowledge, instantiated,Expand
Ontologies for Developing Things: Making Health Care Futures Through Technology
Ontologies for Developing Things offers a series of conceptually inventive analyses of the future-making processes put in motion in contemporary health care systems with the introduction ofExpand
Infrastructural Fractals: Revisiting the Micro—Macro Distinction in Social Theory
The relationship between the supposedly small—the micro—and the supposedly large—the macro—has been a long-standing concern in social theory. However, although many attempts have been made to linkExpand
Infrastructures as Ontological Experiments
Ontology has recently gained renewed attention in science and technology studies and anthropology (e.g. Gad, Jensen and Winthereik 2015; Holbraad, Pedersen and Viveiros de Castro 2014; Woolgar andExpand
Attuning to the webs of en
An experiment in ethnographic theory, this article aims to finds new ways of getting Japanese spirit worlds into view. In the attempt to find ways of repopulating spirit worlds with more thanExpand
Introduction: Infrastructures as Ontological Experiments
ABSTRACT Infrastructures have conventionally been viewed as material substrates underlying social action. On this basis, cultural anthropology has engaged infrastructure as vehicles through whichExpand
Sociology, systems and (patient) safety: knowledge translations in healthcare policy.
  • C. Jensen
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • Sociology of health & illness
  • 1 March 2008
In 2000 the American Institute of Medicine, adviser to the federal government on policy matters relating to the health of the public, published the report To Err is Human: Building a Safer HealthExpand
Reconfiguring critical computing in an era of configurability
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In this paper, we discuss the challenges of altering computer systems that are increasingly characterized by high degrees of system configurability for use in complex organizational and technological work contexts. Expand
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