Maastricht University Science, Technology and Society Studies

Organisational unit: Program

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    Oosterhuis, H. (2019). Entrenched Habit or Fringe Mode: Comparing National Bicycle Policies, Cultures and Histories. In T. Männistö-Funk, & T. Myllyntaus (Eds.), Invisible Bicycle: : Parallel Histories and Different Timelines (pp. 48-97). (Technology and Change in History; Vol. 15). Leiden: Brill.
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    Hendriks, R., Kamphof, I., & Swierstra, T. (2018). In Sachen Illusionen. In A. Kuckert-Wöstheinrich (Ed.), Ethik, Design, Dement - eine multidisziplinäre Annäherung (pp. 16-43). Neuss: St. Augustinus Memory Zentrum.
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    Bruyninckx, J. (Data Collector/contact), & Tkaczyk, V. (Other). (2018). Sound and Science: Digital Histories. Web publication/site
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    Wyatt, S. (Author). (2018). Addiction: Apt metaphor for (over)use of digital technology?’. Web publication/site, Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society.DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1466010
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    Gabriels, R., Koenis, J., & Swierstra, T. (Eds.) (2018). Het hart op de tong: Emoties in de politiek. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
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    Smolka, M. (2018). The Meditating Brain in Context: Eliciting Ethical Reflections in Neuroscientific Meditation Research. In Responsible Research & Innovation and Future Making: Responsibility through Anticipation: Interdisciplinary International Graduate Summer School Donostia-San Sebastián.
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    Lachmund, J. (2018). Stethoskop. In D. Morat, & H. Ziemer (Eds.), Handbuch Sound: Geschichte - Begriffe - Ansaetze (pp. 364-366). Stuttgart: J.B. Metzler Verlag.
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    Smolka, M. (2018). Controversy in the Aesthetics of Religion: When religious studies go cognitive, visions on how to study religions clash. In Conference of the European Association for the Study of Science and Technology (EASST2018): Meetings: Making Science, Technology and Society Together Lancaster.
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    Koenis, J., & Bijsterveld, K. (2018). Conceptual Analysis. Maastricht: Creative Commons.
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