Decolonizing the Social Sciences and the Humanities: An Anti-Elitism Manifesto

By Bernd Reiter (Author)
Routledge, 2021

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In Decolonizing the Social Sciences and the Humanities Bernd Reiter contributes to the ongoing efforts to decolonize the social sciences and humanities, by arguing that true decolonization implies a liberation from the elite culture that Western civilization has perpetually promoted.

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Desmantelando la máquina: Transgresiones desde el arte y la tecnología en Latinoamérica

By Jazmín Adler (Author), Pedro Donoso (Contributor), Pablo Farneda (Contributor), Juliana Gontijo (Contributor), Mariela Yeregui (Contributor), and Valentina Montero (Contributor)
Neural, 2021

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Enfrentados a la noción de progreso y al umbral evolutivo de la inteligencia artificial que alimentan los imaginarios sobre nuestro futuro, las reflexiones y los ensayos que reúne este libro buscan fundar un nuevo paisaje crítico, en la zona donde se encuentran el arte, la teoría crítica y la tecnología.

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Communicating Science and Technology in Society: Issues of Public Accountability and Engagement

Edited By Ana Delicado, Fabienne Crettaz Von Roten, and Katarina Prpic
Springer, 2021

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​This volume addresses the engagement between science and society from multiple viewpoints. At a time when trust in experts is being questioned, misinformation is rife and scientific and technological development show growing social impact, the volume examines the challenges in involving the public in scientific debates and decisions. It takes into account societal needs and concerns in research, and analyses the interface between the roles of institutions and individuals.

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Meninas, Mulheres e Imagens Virtuais: Por Entre Violências, Direitos e Ciberfeminismos

Mariana Risério Chaves de Menezes (Author)
Editora Appris, 2021

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Sabe-se que transita na internet – o meio de comunicação mais significativo da sociedade atual – a repetição de estruturas sociais e estereótipos. É nessa lógica que violências contra as mulheres são reproduzidas, coexistindo com transformações na intimidade e avanços na autonomia feminina.
O meio virtual reflete e incita uma cultura de hiperexposição da imagem, no qual vidas privadas alcançam dimensão pública. Surge aí o sexting – uma forma de relacionamento entre jovens por meio de mensagens de texto de cunho sexual e que podem conter imagens –, palco também para chantagem e exploração da imagem feminina: o pornô de vingança.

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Policy and Governance of Science, Technology, and Innovation: Social Inclusion and Sustainable Development in Latin America

Edited by Gonzalo Ordóñez-Matamoros, Luis Antonio Orozco, Jaime Humberto Sierra-González, Isabel Bortagaray, and Javier García-Estévez
Palgrave Macmillan Cham, 2021

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This volume explores the governance and management of science, technology, and innovation (STI) in relation to innovation policy and governance systems, highlighting its goal, challenges, and opportunities. Divided into two sections, it addresses the role of governments in promoting innovation in Latin-American contexts as well as barriers and opportunities for STI governance in the region.

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