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Mora-Gámez, F. (2021). Thinking beyond the ‘imposter’: gatecrashing un/welcoming borders of containment. In S. Woolgar, D. Moats, E. Vogel, & C. F. Helgesson (Eds.), The imposter as social theory: thinking with gatecrashers, cheats, and charlatans (pp. 293-315). Bristol University Press.

Schikowitz, A. (2021). Being a ‘Good Researcher’ in Transdisciplinary Research: Choreographies of Identity Work Beyond Community. In Community and Identity in Contemporary Technosciences (pp. 225-245). Sociology of the Sciences Yearbook Vol. 31

Wentland, A., & Klimburg-Witjes, N. (2021). „Die Benutzer sind das Problem, nicht das System“ – Verantwortung, Vertrauen und Vulnerabilität in IT-Sicherheitsdiskursen. In K. Braun, & C. Kropp (Eds.), In digitaler Gesellschaft: Neukonfigurationen zwischen Robotern, Algorithmen und Usern (1 ed.). Transcript Verlag. Politik in der Digitalen Gesellschaft

Davies, S. (2021). Performing Science in Public: Science Communication and Scientific Identity. In Community and Identity in Contemporary Technosciences (pp. 207-223). Sociology of the Sciences Yearbook Vol. 31

Davies, S., & Horst, M. (2021). Science Communication as Culture: A Framework for Analysis. In Routledge Handbook of Public Communication of Science and Technology Routledge.

Mayer, K., & Shah, E. I. (Accepted/In press). Social Sensors. In Sensing In/Security Mattering Press.

Felt, U. (2021). The Temporal Fabric of Academic Lives: Of Weaving, Repairing, and Resisting. In F. Vostal (Ed.), Inquiring into Academic Timescapes (pp. 265-278). Emerald Publishing.

Mayer, K., & Strassnig, M. (2020). The Digital Humanism Initiative in Vienna: A Report based on our Exploratory Study Commissioned by the City of Vienna. In J. Fritz, & N. Tomaschek (Eds.), Digitaler Humanismus (1 ed., Vol. 9). Waxmann.

Felt, U., Öchsner, S., & Rae, R. (2020). The Making of Digital Health: Between Visions and Realizations. In Digitaler Humanismus. Menschliche Werte in der virtuellen Welt (pp. 89-101). Waxmann Münster. University - Society - Industry: Beiträge zum lebensbegleitenden Lernen und Wissenstransfer Vol. 9

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