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Annemiek Nelis [5]Annemiek P. Nelis [1]
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    The Social Study of Corporate Science: A Research Manifesto.Annemiek Nelis, John M. A. Verbakel & Bart Penders - 2009 - Bulletin of Science, Technology and Society 29 (6):439-446.
    Laboratory ethnographies have provided valuable insights in the workings of contemporary science and technology and about facts in the making. Nearly all these ethnographic studies have been conducted at nonprofit research institutes. In this article, the authors argue that it is time for science and technology studies ethnography to direct its gaze toward for-profit knowledge production sites. The authors do so, based on a long-standing recognition that nonprofit academic laboratories do not have a monopoly on knowledge construction. First, they historicize (...)
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    Credibility Engineering in the Food Industry: Linking Science, Regulation, and Marketing in a Corporate Context.Bart Penders & Annemiek P. Nelis - 2011 - Science in Context 24 (4):487-515.
    ArgumentWe expand upon the notion of the “credibility cycle” through a study of credibility engineering by the food industry. Research and development as well as marketing contribute to the credibility of the food company Unilever and its claims. Innovation encompasses the development, marketing, and sales of products. These are directed towards three distinct audiences: scientific peers, regulators, and consumers. R&D uses scientific articles to create credit for itself amongst peers and regulators. These articles are used to support health claims on (...)
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  3. Interpreting the role of patient organizations in democracy.Annemiek Nelis, Gerard de Vries & Rob Hagendijk - 2006 - In Paul Atkinson (ed.), New Genetics, New Indentities. Routledge.
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  4. Short literature notices.Annemiek Nelis - 2002 - Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy 5:95-104.
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