brian wynne
brian wynne
professor of science studies
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Risk society: Towards a new modernity
U Beck, S Lash, B Wynne
sage, 1992
478061992
May the sheep safely graze?
B Wynne, S Lash, B Szerszynski, B Wynne
28491996
Misunderstood misunderstanding: social identities and public uptake of science
B Wynne
Public understanding of science 1 (3), 281, 1992
24741992
Misunderstanding science?: the public reconstruction of science and technology
A Irwin, B Wynne
Cambridge University Press, 2003
21492003
Uncertainty and environmental learning: reconceiving science and policy in the preventive paradigm
B Wynne
Global environmental change 2 (2), 111-127, 1992
15631992
Handbook of science and technology studies
S Jasanoff, GE Markle, JC Peterson, T Pinch
Sage publications, 2001
13772001
Knowledges in context
B Wynne
Science, Technology, & Human Values 16 (1), 111-121, 1991
10981991
Science and decisionmaking
S Jasanoff, B Wynne, F Buttel, F Charvolin, P Edwards, A Elzinga, P Haas, ...
Human choice and climate change, Vol 1: The societal framework, 1-87, 1998
10471998
Public understanding of science
B Wynne
Handbook of science and technology studies 1, 361-388, 1995
10441995
Public engagement as a means of restoring public trust in science–hitting the notes, but missing the music?
B Wynne
Public Health Genomics 9 (3), 211-220, 2006
10402006
Introduction to modernity
H Lefebvre
Verso Trade, 2012
858*2012
Risk, environment and modernity: towards a new ecology
S Lash, B Szerszynski, B Wynne
Sage, 1995
7951995
Representing uncertainty in global climate change science and policy: Boundary-ordering devices and authority
S Shackley, B Wynne
Science, Technology, & Human Values 21 (3), 275-302, 1996
7241996
Creating public alienation: expert cultures of risk and ethics on GMOs
B Wynne
Science as culture 10 (4), 445-481, 2001
7232001
Sheepfarming after Chernobyl: A case study in communicating scientific information
B Wynne
Environment: Science and Policy for Sustainable Development 31 (2), 10-39, 1989
6141989
Science and citizens: Globalization and the challenge of engagement
M Leach, I Scoones, B Wynne
Zed Books, 2005
5782005
Risk and social learning: reification to engagement
B Wynne
5581992
Nanotechnology, governance, and public deliberation: what role for the social sciences?
P Macnaghten, MB Kearnes, B Wynne
Science communication 27 (2), 268-291, 2005
5552005
Seasick on the third wave? Subverting the hegemony of propositionalism: Response to Collins & Evans (2002)
B Wynne
Social studies of science 33 (3), 401-417, 2003
5472003
Rationality and ritual
B Wynne
5061982
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