Book Sections

Felt, U. (2015). Sociotechnical imaginaries of "the internet", digital health information and the making of citizen-patients. In S. Hilgartner, C. Miller, & R. Hagendijk (Eds.), Science and Democracy: Making Knowledge and Making Power in the Biosciences and Beyond (pp. 176-197). Routledge. doi.org/10.4324/9780203564370


Sormani, P. B. (2014). Le rapport entre le 'dire' et le 'faire': du problème épistémologique au phénomène empirique. In Langage, activités et ordre social. Faire de la sociologie avec Harvey Sacks (pp. 187-216). Peter Lang.


Bovet, A., Sormani, P. B., & Terzi, C. (2014). The televisual accountability of Reality TV: the visual morality of musical performances in talent shows. In Studies of Video Practices. Video at Work (pp. 208-233). Routledge.


Felt, U., & Fochler, M. (2013). What Science Stories Do: Rethinking the Multiple Consequences of Intensified Science Communication. In P. Baranger, & B. Schiele (Eds.), Science Communication Today. International Perspectives, Issues and Strategies (pp. 75-90). CNRS Editions.


Felt, U. (2013). Wissenschaft. In E. Flicker, & R. Forster (Eds.), Forschungs- und Anwendungsfelder der Soziologie (2. ed., pp. 283-298). Facultas.


Felt, U., & Fochler, M. (2012). Re-ordering Epistemic Living Spaces: On the Tacit Governance Effects of the Public Communication of Science. In S. Rödder, M. Franzen, & P. Weingart (Eds.), The Sciences´ Media Connection - Communication to the Public and its Repercussions (pp. 133-154). Springer. Sociology of the Sciences Yearbook No. 28


Musik, C. (2012). The thinking eye is only half the story: High-level semantic video surveillance. In C. Webster, R. William, E. Töpfer, F. R. Klauser, & C. D. Raab (Eds.), Innovation and the Public Sector: Video Surveillance Practices and Policies in Europe (Vol. Vol. 18, pp. 37-51). IOS Press. www.booksonline.iospress.nl/Content/View.aspx


Binner, K., Kubicek, B., & Schwarz, C. (2012). Wandel wissenschaftlicher Arbeit. Perspektiven der Arbeits-, Wissenschafts- und Geschlechterforschung. In B. Kubicek, M. Miglbauer, J. Muckenhuber, & C. Schwarz (Eds.), Arbeitswelten im Wandel. Interdisziplinäre Perspektiven der Arbeitsforschung (pp. 193-220). Facultas.


Zeeh, J., & Schürz, S. (2011). Ein Haufen pubertierender Kinder? Zur Online-Rezeption der unibrennt-Bewegung. In E. Mixa, I. Lauggas, & F. Kröll (Eds.), Einmischungen. Die Studierendenbewegung mit Antonio Gramsci lesen (pp. 85-96). Turia & Kant. www.turia.at/titel/mixa.html


Vermeulen, N., & Penders, B. (2010). Collecting collaboration. Understanding life together. In Parker, J., N. Vermeulen, B. Penders (Eds.): Collaboration in the New Life Sciences (pp. 3-13). Ashgate.