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Product Description: This book marks an important contribution to the fascinating debate on the role that information infrastructures and boundary objects play in contemporary life, bringing to the fore the concern of how cooperation across different groups is enabled, but also constrained, by the material and immaterial objects connecting them...read more
By Geoffrey C. Bowker (foreword by)

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9781443866552 | Cambridge Scholars Pub, November 1, 2014, cover price $90.95 | About this edition: This book marks an important contribution to the fascinating debate on the role that information infrastructures and boundary objects play in contemporary life, bringing to the fore the concern of how cooperation across different groups is enabled, but also constrained, by the material and immaterial objects connecting them.
9780415013109, titled "Moral Knowledge" | Routledge, January 1, 1989, cover price $39.50 | also contains Moral Knowledge | About this edition: Can there be such a thing as moral knowledge?

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9780262025898 | Mit Pr, March 30, 2006, cover price $34.95

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9780262524896 | Mit Pr, April 30, 2008, cover price $22.95

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Classification systems and their role in shaping philosophy and social interactions are explored in this unique analysis of human infrastructures. (view table of contents)

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9780262024617 | Mit Pr, October 22, 1999, cover price $13.75 | About this edition: Classification systems and their role in shaping philosophy and social interactions are explored in this unique analysis of human infrastructures.

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9780262522953 | Mit Pr, August 28, 2000, cover price $30.00

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Product Description: This book is the first to directly address the question of how to bridge what has been termed the "great divide" between the approaches of systems developers and those of social scientists to computer supported cooperative work--a question that has been vigorously debated in the systems development literature...read more (view table of contents, read Amazon.com's description)
By Geoffrey C. Bowker (editor), Les Gasser (editor), Susan Leigh Star (editor) and William Turner (editor)

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9780805824025 | Psychology Pr, September 1, 1997, cover price $165.00 | About this edition: This book is the first to directly address the question of how to bridge what has been termed the "great divide" between the approaches of systems developers and those of social scientists to computer supported cooperative work--a question that has been vigorously debated in the systems development literature.

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9780805824032, titled "Social Science, Technical Systems, and Cooperative Work: Beyond the Great Divide" | Psychology Pr, July 1, 1997, cover price $83.95 | About this edition: This book is the first to directly address the question of how to bridge what has been termed the "great divide" between the approaches of systems developers and those of social scientists to computer supported cooperative work--a question that has been vigorously debated in the systems development literature.

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Product Description: In this engaging account, Geoffrey Bowker reveals how Schlumberger devised a method of testing potential oil fields, produced a rhetoric, and secured a position that allowed it to manipulate the definition of what a technology is...read more

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9780262023672 | Mit Pr, February 4, 1994, cover price $8.75 | About this edition: In this engaging account, Geoffrey Bowker reveals how Schlumberger devised a method of testing potential oil fields, produced a rhetoric, and secured a position that allowed it to manipulate the definition of what a technology is.

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