Workshop "How do you manage?"
Anthropological perspectives on technology
- Posted on January 15th, 2011
Anthropological perspectives on technology, University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, p.164–177 (2001)
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Ethnography of carbon accounting practices available
Carbon Quantification and Carbon Markets
CfP: Panel: "Prompters and Curtain-Pullers: Policy advisers in Practice"
Extended Carbon Cognition as a Machine
Enactment of the Global Carbon Emissions of a Multinational Corporation
The Body Multiple: Ontology in Medical Practice
Managing Uncertainties in the Social Construction of Economic Demand: The Case of Carbon Emissions
Positioned to Act? Distributed Agency of Agents of Ecological Modernisation Within Corporate Carbon Accounting
After numbers? Doing and undoing qualculative practices
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Recent updates of the reading list
Enacting Environments: An Ethnography of the Digitalisation and Naturalisation of Emissions.
Extended Carbon Cognition as a Machine.
Environment, Management, Society Research Group
Niklas K. Hartmann
Franz Martin Krause
Anup Sam Ninan
Workshop Report: "How do you manage? Unravelling the situated practice of environmental management".
Carbon Classified? Unpacking Heterogeneous Relations Inscribed Into Corporate Carbon Emissions.
Sustaining Waste - Sociological Perspectives on Recycling a Hybrid Object.
Geese and Raptors: legitimate and illegitimate killing in the Scottish countryside.
Drawing things together.
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