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  • “$100 Is not much to you”: Open science and neglected accessibilities for scientific research in Africa 

    Bezuidenhout, L; Kelly, A; Leonelli, S; Rappert, B (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2016-11-17)
    The Open Science movement promises nothing less than a revolution in the availability of scientific knowledge around the globe. By removing barriers to online data and encouraging publication in Open Access formats and ...
  • Acoustemology 

    Rice, T (Wiley, 2016)
    ‘Acoustemology’ conjoins the words ‘acoustic’ and ‘epistemology’ to refer to a sonic way of knowing and being in the world. The term was introduced by anthropologist and ethnomusicologist Steven Feld following his fieldwork ...
  • Administrative social science data: The challenge of reproducible research 

    Playford, CJ; Gayle, V; Connelly, R; Gray, AJG (SAGE Publications, 2016-12-01)
    Powerful new social science data resources are emerging. One particularly important source is administrative data, which were originally collected for organisational purposes but often contain information that is suitable ...
  • Advertising Paekdusan: an ethnography of travel in contemporary South Korea 

    Dugnoille, Julien (Academy of Korean Studies, 2012)
    Through an ethnography inside one of Seoul‟s advertising agencies, my research aims to investigate how travel images of North Korean destinations are produced in South Korean advertising organisations and are commoditised ...
  • Aesthetic Virtues: Traits and Faculties 

    Roberts, T (Springer Verlag, 2017-02-08)
    Two varieties of aesthetic virtue are distinguished. Trait virtues are features of the agent’s character, and reflect an overarching concern for aesthetic goods such as beauty and novelty, while faculty virtues are excellences ...
  • The Affective "We": Self-regulation and Shared Emotions 

    Krueger, J (Routledge, 2015-12-01)
  • Affective incorporation 

    Colombetti, Giovanna (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016-10-20)
    Classic and more recent phenomenological works provide rich accounts of our experience of the body and of its relation to the world. In this chapter I pull out one thread from this literature, focusing on the phenomenon ...
  • Affordances and the musically extended mind. 

    Krueger, JW (Frontiers, 2014-01-06)
    I defend a model of the musically extended mind. I consider how acts of "musicking" grant access to novel emotional experiences otherwise inaccessible. First, I discuss the idea of "musical affordances" and specify both ...
  • After dualism 

    Pickering, Andrew (2006-11-03)
    This talk concerns issues of time and dualism in academic theory and the real world. The dualism in question concerns people and things and the habit of thinking of them as distinct ontological orders. In contrast, I explore ...
  • 'After Heroism: Religion vs. Consumerism - Preliminaries for an Investigation of Protestantism and Islam under Consumer Culture 

    Varul, M.Z. (Taylor and Francis, 2008)
    Using Protestantism and Islam as examples, the intricate relation between consumerism and religion is examined. Beyond the opposition of religious 'heroic' anti-consumerism and secular 'romantic' consumerism, it will be ...
  • Against human exceptionalism 

    Pickering, Andrew (2008-01-25)
    This talk explores the continuing gravitational attraction of Cartesian dualism in the humanities and social sciences, which includes an obsession with the specialness of the human, and recommends a focus on performance ...
  • Against Maladaptationism: or What’s Wrong with Evolutionary Psychology? 

    Dupré, John (Ashgate, 2008-03)
    Investigating a theme first pioneered by Barry Barnes in the early 1970s, this volume explores the relationship between social order and legitimate knowledge and is intended as a tribute to Barnes' seminal role in the ...
  • The Age of Decline? Anxieties about Ageing in Japan 

    Kavedžija, I (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2014-05-16)
    In the context of unprecedented life expectancy, the social position of the Japanese elderly is changing. Anxieties related to ageing are widely experienced by people of all ages and on a number of levels, including ...
  • Amongst the disciplines: anthropology, sociology, intersection, and intersectionality 

    Tyler, K; Degnen, C (SAGE Publications, 2017-03-27)
    The history of relations between anthropology and sociology in the UK might at best be described as ‘studied indifference’. And yet, they have shared disciplinary interests in many respects, including the concepts of ...
  • Animalism and the persistence of human organisms 

    Dupré, John (Wiley, 2014-09)
    Humans are a kind of animal, and it is a natural and sensible idea that the way to understand what it is for a human person to persist over time is to reflect on what it is for an animal to persist. This paper accepts this ...
  • Animals as producers, consumers and consumed: the complexities of trans-species sustenance in a multi-faith community 

    Hurn, Samantha (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2016-02-01)
    Anthropological engagements with nonhuman animals in religious contexts have tended to focus either on animals as sacrificial offerings, whose physical bodies are consumed by suppliants and the divine, or as symbolic ...
  • Appraising valence 

    Colombetti, Giovanna (Imprint Academic, 2005-08)
    ‘Valence’ is used in many different ways in emotion theory. It generally refers to the ‘positive’ or ‘negative’ character of an emotion, as well as to the ‘positive’ or ‘negative’ character of some aspect of emotion. After ...
  • Assembling Biomedical Big Data 

    Leonelli, S (Palgrave, 2018-02-01)
    This chapter examines the challenges involved in disseminating, integrating and analyzing large datasets collected within both clinical and research settings. I highlight the technical, ethical and epistemic concerns ...
  • At Home in and Beyond Our Skin: Posthuman Embodiment in Film and Television 

    Krueger, JW (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015-09-02)