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Anecdote by Mike Michael. Category by Evelyn Ruppert. Configuration by Lucy Suchman. Experiment: Abstract Experimentalism by Steven Brown. List by Andrea Philips.
If the categories of the census are made authoritative by the dual processes of subjectification and objectification and if population is assembled from the categories of the census, then population is not an abstract or theoretical entity. Roughly assessed, however, the effects of age or BMI were rather small among our test group, though the impact of physical activity was more notable. This book represents the first anthropological ethnography of Ikea consumption and goes to the heart of understanding the unique and at times frantic popularity of this one iconic transnational store. Hans the horse was as much leading them as the humans were leading him. In different ways, all the methods we describe here can be seen in terms of the organization of a recursive relation to the excess of specificity that is the ingapore for NUS staff and students. In the case of technology, configuration orients us to the entanglement of imaginaries and artefacts that comprise technological projects.
Number by Helen Verran. Pattern by Janis Jefferies. Pattern by Paul Stenner. Photo-Image by Vikki Bell. Phrase by Matthew Fuller and Olga Gurionova. Population by Cori Hayden. Screen by AbdouMaliq Simone. Set by Adrian Mackenzie. Speculation by Luciana Parisi. Tape Recorder by Les Back. Building on the increasing importance of methodologies that cut across disciplines, more than twenty expert authors explain the utility of 'devices' for social and cultural research — their essays cover such diverse devices as the list, the pattern, the event, the photograph, the tape recorder and the anecdote.
This fascinating collection stresses the open-endedness of the social world, and explores the ways in which each device requires the user to reflect critically on the value and status of contemporary ways of making knowledge. With a range of genres and styles of writing, each chapter presents the device as a hinge between theory and practice, ontology and epistemology, and explores whether and how methods can be inventive.
The book will be a valuable resource for students and scholars of sociology and cultural studies. Anecdote by Mike Michael.
Category by Evelyn Ruppert. Configuration by Lucy Suchman. Experiment: Abstract Experimentalism by Steven Brown. List by Andrea Philips. Number by Helen Verran. Pattern by Janis Jefferies. Pattern by Paul Stenner. Photo-Image by Vikki Bell. Phrase by Matthew Fuller and Olga Gurionova. Population by Cori Hayden. Screen by AbdouMaliq Simone.
Set by Adrian Mackenzie. Speculation by Luciana Parisi.