Sociotechnical agendas : Reviewing future directions for energy and climate research

@article{Sovacool2020SociotechnicalA,
  title={Sociotechnical agendas : Reviewing future directions for energy and climate research},
  author={Benjamin K. Sovacool and D. Hess and Sulfikar Amir and F. Geels and R. Hirsh and L. Medina and C. Miller and C. A. Palavicino and R. Phadke and Marianne Ryghaug and Johan Schot and A. Silvast and J. Stephens and A. Stirling and B. Turnheim and E. V. D. Vleuten and H. V. Lente and S. Yearley},
  journal={Energy research and social science},
  year={2020},
  volume={70},
  pages={101617}
}
The field of science and technology studies (STS) has introduced and developed a “sociotechnical” perspective that has been taken up by many disciplines and areas of inquiry. The aims and objectives of this study are threefold: to interrogate which sociotechnical concepts or tools from STS are useful at better understanding energy-related social science, to reflect on prominent themes and topics within those approaches, and to identify current research gaps and directions for the future. To do… Expand
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