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by Michael E. Gorman,Wiebe E. Bijker,W. Bernard Carlson,Trevor Pinch,Harry Collins,Robert Evans,Peter Galison,James Spohrer,Jeff Shrager,Braden R. Allenby,Lekelia Kiki Jenkins,Matthew Mehalik,Erik Fisher,Roop Mahajan,Bolko Von Oetinger,Patricia H Werhane,Donna T Chen,Mary V Rorty,Lynn Isabella,Anne E Mills,Mary Ann Leeper,Elizabeth E. Powell

eBook Trading Zones and Interactional Expertise: Creating New Kinds of Collaboration (Inside Technology) download ISBN: 0262014726
Author: Michael E. Gorman,Wiebe E. Bijker,W. Bernard Carlson,Trevor Pinch,Harry Collins,Robert Evans,Peter Galison,James Spohrer,Jeff Shrager,Braden R. Allenby,Lekelia Kiki Jenkins,Matthew Mehalik,Erik Fisher,Roop Mahajan,Bolko Von Oetinger,Patricia H Werhane,Donna T Chen,Mary V Rorty,Lynn Isabella,Anne E Mills,Mary Ann Leeper,Elizabeth E. Powell
Publisher: The MIT Press (November 19, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 312
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Contributors Brad Allenby, Donna T. Chen, Harry Collins, Robert Evans, Erik Fisher, Peter Galison, Michael E. Gorman, Lynn Isabella, Lekelia D. Jenkins, Mary Ann Leeper, Roop L. Mahajan, Matthew M. Mehalik, Ann E. Mills, Bolko von Oetinger, Elizabeth Powell, Mary V. Rorty.

Contributors Brad Allenby, Donna T. Rorty, Jeff Shrager, Jim Spohrer, Patricia H. Werhane. Michael E. Gorman is Professor in the Department of Science, Technology, and Society at the University of Virginia. He is the author of Simulating Science and Transforming Nature. Features & details.

Robert Evans and Harry Collins Michael E. Gorman and Patricia H. Werhane demonstrate how trading zones and interactional expertise can be used to avoid normalized deviance in organizations.

Robert Evans and Harry Collins. Interactional expertise provides one solution to the problem of coordination created by the existence of different cultures. Though it is not the only resolution, it has particular relevance for social scientists as it justifies their own status as experts. Chen, Harry Collins, Robert Evans, Erik Fisher, Peter Galison, Michael . Mills, B.

Collins and Evans identify interactional expertise as a potential .

Collins and Evans identify interactional expertise as a potential foundation for trade: the development of enough expertise in an area to be able to interact interestingly. Collins, Evans, and Gorman also identify other solutions to trading zones: coordinated action through "boundary objects" and subversion or imposition of one local culture by another. These two play limited roles in the volume, probably because the contributors are generally looking for models of collaboration. Allenby raises the possibility that in promoting trading zones we might overvalue particular culturally specific kinds of communication.

A trading zone can gradually become a new area of expertise, facilitated by interactional expertise and involving negotiations over boundary objects (objects represented in different ways by different participants). The volume describes applications of the framework to service science, business strategy, environmental management, education, and practical ethics.

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A proposal for a new framework for fostering collaborations across disciplines, addressing both theory and practical applications. Trading Zones and Interactional Expertise. Inside Technology (Hardcover).

and Interactional Expertise : Creating New Kinds of Collaboration. Allenby, Braden . Bijker, Wiebe . Carlson, W. Bernard. Jenkins, Lekelia Kiki.

Trading Zones and Interactional Expertise : Creating New Kinds of Collaboration. A proposal for a new framework for fostering collaborations across disciplines, addressing both theory and practical applications. Mehalik, Matthew . Pinch, Trevor.

by Michael E. Gorman.

In this paper we distinguish between different types of trading zone by asking whether the collaboration is co-operative or coerced and whether the end-state is a heterogeneous or homogeneous culture.

A proposal for a new framework for fostering collaborations across disciplines, addressing both theory and practical applications.

Cross-disciplinary collaboration increasingly characterizes today's science and engineering research. The problems and opportunities facing society do not come neatly sorted by discipline. Difficulties arise when researchers from disciplines as different as engineering and the humanities work together and find that they speak largely different languages. This book explores a new framework for fostering collaborations among existing disciplines and expertise communities. The framework unites two ideas to emerge from recent work in STS: trading zones, in which scientific subcultures, each with its own language, develop the equivalents of pidgin and creole; and interactional expertise, in which experts learn to use the language of another research community in ways that are indistinguishable from expert practitioners of that community. A trading zone can gradually become a new area of expertise, facilitated by interactional expertise and involving negotiations over boundary objects (objects represented in different ways by different participants). The volume describes applications of the framework to service science, business strategy, environmental management, education, and practical ethics. One detailed case study focuses on attempts to create trading zones that would help prevent marine bycatch; another investigates trading zones formed to market the female condom to women in Africa; another describes how humanists embedded in a nanotechnology laboratory gained interactional expertise, resulting in improved re for both humanists and nanoscientists.

ContributorsBrad Allenby, Donna T. Chen, Harry Collins, Robert Evans, Erik Fisher, Peter Galison, Michael E. Gorman, Lynn Isabella, Lekelia D. Jenkins, Mary Ann Leeper, Roop L. Mahajan, Matthew M. Mehalik, Ann E. Mills, Bolko von Oetinger, Elizabeth Powell, Mary V. Rorty, Jeff Shrager, Jim Spohrer, Patricia H. Werhane