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    Public Deliberation and Governance: Engaging with Science and Technology in Contemporary Europe. [REVIEW]Rob Hagendijk & Alan Irwin - 2006 - Minerva 44 (2):167-184.
    Whilst public engagement in decisions concerning science and technology is widely extolled, research shows that the application of deliberative democratic theory remains – at least in Europe – highly constrained. Science and technology policy requires closer attention to the wider context of governance and the compatibility of public deliberation with established modes of policy-making.
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    The public understanding of science and public participation in regulated worlds.Rob P. Hagendijk - 2004 - Minerva 42 (1):41-59.
    This article discusses studies and politicalinitiatives concerned with enhancing publicinvolvement in major technological decisions.It argues that such decisions should include asignificant role for the mass media, andrespect for the diverse relations betweenscience and governance. The notion of`regulated worlds' is proposed as a startingpoint in a discourse that brings together themass media, science management, anddeliberative democracy.
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    Equal before the Law: On the Machinery of Sameness in Forensic DNA Practice.Wiebe de Vries, Rob Hagendijk & Amade M’Charek - 2013 - Science, Technology, and Human Values 38 (4):542-565.
    The social and legal implications of forensic DNA are paramount. For this reason, forensic DNA enjoys ample attention from legal, bioethics, and science and technology studies scholars. This article contributes to the scholarship by focusing on the neglected issue of sameness. We investigate a forensic courtroom case which started in the early ’90s and focus on three modes of making similarities: creating equality before the law, making identity, and establishing standards. We argue that equality before the law is not merely (...)
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    Onzekerheid Troef: Het Betwiste Gezag van de Wetenschap.Huub Dijstelbloem & Rob Hagendijk (eds.) - 2011 - Van Gennep.
    Beschouwingen vanuit sociologisch perspectief over het tanende gezag van de wetenschap in de westerse cultuur.
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  5. Science and democracy: making knowledge and making power in the biosciences and beyond.Stephen Hilgartner, Clark Miller & Rob Hagendijk (eds.) - 2015 - New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group.
    In the life sciences and beyond, new developments in science and technology and the creation of new social orders go hand in hand. In short, science and society are simultaneously and reciprocally coproduced and changed. Scientific research not only produces new knowledge and technological systems but also constitutes new forms of expertise and contributes to the emergence of new modes of living, at times empowering and at times disempowering citizens. These dynamic processes are tightly connected to significant redistributions of wealth (...)
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  6. 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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    Dutch fresh-water ecology: The links between national and international scientific research.Jacqueline Cramer & Rob Hagendijk - 1985 - Minerva 23 (4):485-503.