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Mundane Governance Ontology and Accountability,9780199584741
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Mundane Governance Ontology and Accountability

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Author Biography

Steve Woolgar, Professor of Marketing and Head of the Science and Technology Studies group, Said Business School, University of Oxford,Daniel Neyland, Reader in Sociology, Goldsmiths College

Professor Steve Woolgar is a Sociologist who holds the Chair of Marketing at the Said Business School, University of Oxford. He was formerly Professor of Sociology, Head of the Department of Human Sciences and Director of CRICT (Centre for Research into Innovation, Culture and Technology) at Brunel University. He has held Visiting Appointments at McGill University (Sociology '79-81), MIT (Program in Science Technology and Society, '83-84), Ecole Nationale Superieure des Mines, Paris (Centre de Sociologie de l'Innovation, '88-89) and UC San Diego (Sociology, '95-96). From 1997-2002 he was Director of the ESRC Programme Virtual Society? - the social science of electronic technologies a L3m venture comprising 22 research projects throughout the UK.

Daniel Neyland is a Reader in Sociology, Goldsmiths College. He has previously been Lecturer in the Management School, at the University of Lancaster, and Senior Research Fellow at the Said Business School, University of Oxford. His research interests cover issues of governance, accountability and ethics in forms of science, technology and organization.

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