Felt, Ulrike (2016) 'The temporal choreographies of participation. Thinking innovation and society from a time-sensitive perspective'. In Chilvers, Jason, and Kearnes, Matthew (eds), Remaking Participation: Science, Environment and Emergent Publics. (London/New York: Routledge): 178-198. < Download preprint >

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Davies, S. R., Kearnes, M. B., & Macnaghten, P. (2010). Nanotechnology and public engagement: a new kind of (social) science? in K. Kjolberg, & F. Wickson (Hrsg.), Nano meets Macro (S. 473-499). Pan Stanford Publishing Pte. Ltd..

Felt, U., Felder, K. F., Öhler, T., & Penkler, M. (2010). Perceptions and Imaginations of Obesity as a Socio-Scientific Problem in the Austrian Context. Postersitzung präsentiert bei Evaluierungskonferenz GEN-AU, Wien, Österreich.

Döveling, K., & Schwarz, C. (2010). Politics in the Living Room and the "Democratization of Fame" in Pop Idol Formats. in Baruh, Lemi/Park, Ji Hoon (Hg.): Reel Politics: Reality Television as a Platform for Political Discourse (S. 95-114). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Ynalvez, M. A. H., Duque, R. B., & Shrum, W. (2010). Productivity, collaboration, and reagency in distant lands: an essay on the Internet. in World Wide Research: Reshaping the Sciences and Humanities (S. 325-342). MIT Press.

Davies, S. R. (2010). The Exhibition and Beyond: New and Controversial Science in the Museum. in A. Filippoupoliti, & G. Farnell (Hrsg.), The Science Exhibition: Curation and Design (S. 152-177). MuseumsEtc.

Penders, B., Vermeulen, N., & Parker, J. N. (2010). To make progress we must remember and learn from the past. Nature, 463(7278), 157-157.

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