Science as Culture
GenEthics News 1996 November-December; 15: 11-12
review of BIOPOLITICS: A FEMINIST AND ECOLOGICAL READER ON BIOTECHNOLOGY, edited by Vandana Shiva and Ingunn Moser
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Harvey, Matthew (2007-08)Animals are commonplace in genomic research, yet to date there has been little direct interrogation of the position, role and construction of animals in the otherwise flourishing social science of genomics. Following a ...