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    Demarcating Fringe Science for Policy.Harry Collins, Andrew Bartlett & Luis Reyes-Galindo - 2017 - Perspectives on Science 25 (4):411-438.
    Fringe science has been an important topic since the start of the revolution in the social studies of science that occurred in the early 1970s. The revolution was what Collins and Evans refer to as the "second wave of science studies," while this paper is best thought of as an exercise in "third wave science studies." The first wave was that period which reached its apogee in the aftermath of the Second World War when science was seen as unquestionably the (...)
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    Can ethical behaviour really exist in business.Andrew Bartlett & David Preston - 2000 - Journal of Business Ethics 23 (2):199 - 209.
    Our soft survey reveals that the assumption underlying much of the business ethics literature -- that the conduct of business can and ought to support the social good -- is not accepted within the workplace. This paper considers an apparent dichotomy, with companies investing in ethical programs whose worth their employees and managers question. We examine the relationship between work, bureaucracy and "the market" and conclude that employees often question the existence of business ethics because there is no good and (...)
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    Hidden in the Middle: Culture, Value and Reward in Bioinformatics.Jamie Lewis, Andrew Bartlett & Paul Atkinson - 2016 - Minerva 54 (4):471-490.
    Bioinformatics – the so-called shotgun marriage between biology and computer science – is an interdiscipline. Despite interdisciplinarity being seen as a virtue, for having the capacity to solve complex problems and foster innovation, it has the potential to place projects and people in anomalous categories. For example, valorised ‘outputs’ in academia are often defined and rewarded by discipline. Bioinformatics, as an interdisciplinary bricolage, incorporates experts from various disciplinary cultures with their own distinct ways of working. Perceived problems of interdisciplinarity include (...)
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  4. Elizabeth Neill, Rites of Privacy and the Privacy Trade Reviewed by.Andrew Bartlett - 2002 - Philosophy in Review 22 (1):59-61.
     
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    Shakespeare’s Big Men: Tragedy and the Problem of Resentment, by Richard van Oort. [REVIEW]Andrew Bartlett - 2017 - The Bulletin of the Colloquium on Violence and Religion 53:28-32.
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    From First Hesitation to Scenic Imagination: Originary Thinking with Eric Gans.Andrew Bartlett - 2008 - Contagion: Journal of Violence, Mimesis, and Culture 15:89-172.
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    Señor Hirsch as Sacrificial Victim and the Modernism of Conrad's Nostromo.Andrew Bartlett - 1997 - Contagion: Journal of Violence, Mimesis, and Culture 4 (1):47-66.
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    The locus of legitimate interpretation in Big Data sciences: Lessons for computational social science from -omic biology and high-energy physics.Neil Stephens, Luis Reyes-Galindo, Jamie Lewis & Andrew Bartlett - 2018 - Big Data and Society 5 (1).
    This paper argues that analyses of the ways in which Big Data has been enacted in other academic disciplines can provide us with concepts that will help understand the application of Big Data to social questions. We use examples drawn from our Science and Technology Studies analyses of -omic biology and high energy physics to demonstrate the utility of three theoretical concepts: primary and secondary inscriptions, crafted and found data, and the locus of legitimate interpretation. These help us to show (...)
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    Hypernormal science and its significance.Harry Collins, Jeff Shrager, Andrew Bartlett, Shannon Conley, Rachel Hale & Robert Evans - forthcoming - Perspectives on Science.
    ‘Hypernormal science’ has minimal potential for contestation on matters of principle and practice so that information exchange can be unproblematic. Sciences comprise hypernormal domains and more contestable ‘normal’ domains where knowledge diffusion, like acquiring linguistic fluency, depends on face-to-face interaction. Hypernormal domains belonging to molecular biology are contrasted with normal domains in gravitational wave detection physics. Sciences as a whole should not be confused with their typical domains. The analysis has immediate implications for proposed transitions out of the Covid-19 lockdown, (...)
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