Actor-Network Theory Research Hardback
Edited by Richie Nimmo
Part of the Sage Benchmarks in Social Research Methods series
Actor-Network Theory has grown into one of the most innovative and influential approaches for social science research. Originating in the field of science and technology studies with scholars Michel Callon, Bruno Latour and John Law, it is now used widely across the social sciences and beyond.
In this four-volume collection, Richie Nimmo brings together defining research articles on Actor-Network Theory to chart its emergence, development and transformation over time, as well as its application in multiple fields.
This comprehensive major work is organised thematically and features sections on:Part One - Emergence, Development and Transformation:The Sociology of TranslationTechno-Politics and Sociotechnical Relations Reflexivity, Heterogeneity and SymmetryTopology and Post-Social OntologiesMateriality and Ontological PoliticsMethod Assemblages and InscriptionsCritiques and ClarificationsPart Two - Translations, Parallels and Mobilisations:Performing Markets, Finance and Economics Arts, Taste and CulturesBodies, Medicine and DisabilitiesHybrid Geographies and Spaces Ecologies, Natures and EnvironmentsAnimal Actants and Multi-Species Assemblages
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 1536 pages
- Publisher: SAGE Publications Ltd
- Publication Date: 30/05/2016
- Category: Social research & statistics
- ISBN: 9781473902169