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Saturday, 19 May 2018 12:08

Program of RC23 ISA Sessions in Toronto

Program Coordinators: Nadia ASHEULOVA (Institute of History of Science and Technology, Russian Federation) and Gary BOWDEN (University of New Brunswick, Canada)

The on-line Program is available at ISA webpage.

Monday, 16 July 2018

10:30-12:20

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Metrics in Environmental Governance: Toward a Critical Analysis of Accountability. Part 1
Session Organizers: Steven WOLF, Allison LOCONTO, Koichi HASEGAWA, Debra DAVIDSON, Nadia ASHEULOVA and Gary BOWDEN

15:30-17:20

425
Debates between Early Career and Experienced Researchers
Session Organizers: Irina GEWINNER and Natalia POPOVA

17:30-19:20

426

Tuesday, 17 July 2018

08:30-10:20

JS-21
Metrics in Environmental Governance: Toward a Critical Analysis of Accountability. Part 2
Session Organizers: Steven WOLF, Allison LOCONTO, Koichi HASEGAWA, Debra DAVIDSON, Nadia ASHEULOVA and Gary BOWDEN

10:30-12:20

427
Technology and Work: New Sociological Approaches?
Session Organizer: Antonio MONIZ

17:30-19:20

19:30-20:50

Wednesday, 18 July 2018

08:30-10:20

430
The Social Dynamics of Scientometric Indicators: Intended and Unintended Consequences
Session Organizers: Konstantin FURSOV and Liliia ZEMNUKHOVA

10:30-12:20

431
Time, Place, Bodies, and Boundaries
Session Organizers: Nadia ASHEULOVA and Gary BOWDEN

15:30-17:20

432
In Memory of First RC23 President Robert K. Merton
Session Organizer: Nadia ASHEULOVA

17:30-19:20

433
Science and Technology Initiatives for Inclusivity and Equity.
Session Organizer: Siddharamesh HIREMATH
Chair: Jayashree KULKARNI

Thursday, 19 July 2018

08:30-10:20

434
RC23 Roundtable Session
Session Organizers: Nadia ASHEULOVA and Gary BOWDEN

10:30-12:20

435
Mapping out Contemporary Practices of Innovation
Session Organizers: Czarina SALOMA-AKPEDONU and Marlyne SAHAKIAN

15:30-17:20

436
Uncertainties,Challenges and Risks Facing Innovations and Achievements in the Techno-Scientific Field
Session Organizers: Tania SILVA, Mauricio BERGER and Wilson ENGELMANN

17:30-19:20

437
Towards the Transition of a New Innovation Policy in Developing Countries
Session Organizer: Rafael Antonio PALACIOS BUSTAMANTE

Friday, 20 July 2018

08:30-10:20

438
The Digital Revolution and Social Implications
Session Organizer: Sonia GUIMARAES

10:30-12:20

439
Real Life Sociology: Understanding Society in a Digital Age
Session Organizers: Anabel QUAN-HAASE and Lorne TEPPERMAN

15:30-17:20

440
Global Debates about Our Technoscientific Futures
Session Organizers: Leandro RAIZER and Fabricio NEVES

17:30-19:20

JS-80
The Future of Science, Technology and Innovation in a World in Turmoil
Session Organizers: Jaime JIMENEZ GUZMAN and Elisa REIS

Saturday, 21 July 2018

08:30-10:20

441

Exploring Parallels Between Technoscientific and Social Scientific Knowledge Production
Session Organizers: Danny OTTO and Jing-Mao HO


Technology Assessment in Japan and Europe
Mandal, Kasturi; Nadia Asheulova and Sevtlana G. Kirdina (eds.) (2014) 'Socio Economic and Technological Innovations: Mechanism and Institutions', Narosa Publishing House: New Delhi.
Alison G. Anderson (2014). Media, Environment and the Network Society. Palgrave Macmillan.
Norman Blaikie, Jan Priest (2016) Social Research Paradigms in Action
R. Sooryamoorthy (2015) Transforming Science in South Africa. Development, Collaboration and Productivity. Palgrave Macmillan.
Food Consumption in the City: Practices and Patterns in Urban Asia and the Pacific
Open Science, open issues Ciência aberta, questões abertas
Saskia Sassen (2014). Expulsions: Brutality and Complexity in the Global Economy Cambridge, Mass: Harvard University Press/Belknap Book.
K. Prpić, I. van der Weijden and N. Asheulova (Eds.) (2014). (Re)searching Scientific Careers.
Matthias Gross, Rüdiger Mautz (2014) Renewable Energies. Routledge.
J. Jiménez (Ed.,with the collaboration of J. C. Escalante) (2009). Participation and Development. The Mexico of the Future. In honor to Russell L. Ackoff in his 87th Anniversary (2009) Institute of Applied Mathematics and Systems, National Autono
Willie Pearson, Jr., Lisa M. Frehill, Connie L. McNeely (Eds.) (2015). Advancing Women in Science.