Feminist technoscience studies

  title={Feminist technoscience studies},
  author={Cecilia {\AA}sberg and Nina Lykke},
  journal={European Journal of Women's Studies},
  pages={299 - 305}
Feminist technoscience studies is a relentlessly transdisciplinary field of research which emerged out of decades of feminist critiques. These critiques have revealed the ways in which gender, in its intersections with other sociocultural power differentials and identity markers, is entangled in natural, medical and technical sciences as well as in the sociotechnical networks and practices of a globalized world. As the sociocultural embeddedness of all scientific and technological theories and… Expand
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