Decon2 (Decon Squared): Deconstructing Decontamination

@article{Mann2003Decon2S,
  title={Decon2 (Decon Squared): Deconstructing Decontamination},
  author={S. Mann},
  journal={Leonardo},
  year={2003},
  volume={36},
  pages={285-290}
}
  • S. Mann
  • Published 2003
  • Sociology
  • Leonardo
  • Decon is short for decontamination (e.g. stripdown and washdown in response to anthrax scares, etc.), but the term decon is also a short form for deconstruction (literary criticism asserting multiple conflicting interpretations of philosophical, political or social implications rather than an author's intention). The author describes an anthrax ready mailroom exhibit that included mass casualty decontamination showers, which he built in the summer of 2001, based on a patent he filed in April… CONTINUE READING

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