Assemblages Built and Assemblages MaskedeBook - 2010
A theoretically sophisticated analysis of the nature of objects and the role of technology as a form of life which shapes the social landscape, Decentering Biotechnology engages with questions of power, globalization, development, resistance, exclusion, and participation that arise from treating biological objects differently from conventional property forms. As such, it will appeal to social theorists, sociologists and philosophers, as well as scholars of law, science and technology studies.
Publisher: Ashgate Gower 2010
Characteristics: 1 online resource (200)