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Müller, R. (2012). Collaborating in Life Science Research Groups: The Question of Authorship. Higher Education Policy, (25), 289-311.

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Palackal, A., Mbatia, P., Dzorgbo, D-B., Duque, R. B., Ynalvez, M. A. H., & Shrum, W. (2011). Are Mobile Phones Changing Social Networks: A Longitudinal Study of Core Networks in Kerala. New Media & Society, 13(3), 391-410.

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Felt, U., & Müller, R. (2011). Tentative (Id)entities. On Technopolitical Cultures and the Experiencing of Genetic Testing. BioSocieties, 6(3), 342-363.

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Shrum, W., Mbatia, P., Palackal, A., Dzorgbo, D-B., Duque, R. B., & Ynalvez, M. A. H. (2011). Mobile Phones and Core Network Growth in Kenya: Strengthening Weak Ties. Social Science Research, 40(2), 614-625.

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Felt, U., & Fochler, M. (2011). Slim futures and the fat pill. Civic imaginations of innovation and governance in an engagement setting. Science as Culture, 20(3), 307-328.

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Musik, C. (2011). The Thinking Eye is Only Half the Story: High-level Semantic Video Surveillance. Information Polity, 16(4), 339-353.

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Felt, U., Fochler, M., & Winkler, P. (2010). Coming to terms with biomedical technologies in different techno-political cultures: A comparative analysis of focus groups on organ transplantation and genetic testing in Austria, France and the Netherlands. Science, Technology & Human Values, 35(4), 525-553.

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Felt, U., & Fochler, M. (2010). Machineries for Making Publics: Inscribing and Describing Publics in Public Engagement. Minerva, 48(3), 219-238.

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Felt, U., Fochler, M., & Strassnig, M. (2010). Experimente partizipativer ELSA-Forschung. Eine methodenpolitische Reflexion. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Soziologie, (10), 33-67.

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Felt, U., Igelsböck, J., Schikowitz, A., & Völker, T. (2010). Querdenken gefragt?! Interdisziplinarität an kontemporären europäischen Universitäten zwischen idealen und realen Rahmenbedingungen. Paradigmata. Zeitschrift für Menschen und Diskurse, 95-99.

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