States of Knowledge: The Co-Production of Science and Social Order

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Index

a
absolutist state 10, 11, 213, 214-15, 217-18
accessibility 11, 259, 260, 267-8
accountability, political 255, 263
actor-network theory 22-3, 24, 132-3
Afghanistan, US-led war in 1, 14, 26
Africa, elephant protection 6-7, 67-86, 279
African Elephant and Rhino Specialist Group 73
African Wildlife Fund 77
Agarwal, A. 62
agency:
human 22, 23, 24, 25, 40 ;
non-human 21, 22-3, 24 ;
and structure 2
Agrawala, S. 59
Agricultural Gazette114, 115
agricultural science 8, 109-30
Agricultural Society, Barbados 112-13, 114
AIDS 1, 49, 143
air-pump experiments 29, 211-14
Al-Qaeda 16
Amin, M. 72
Anderson, B. 25-6
animal rights groups 68, 74, 77, 81
Animal Welfare Institute 74
anthropology 2, 4, 36
appropriation in science 9, 131, 132-3
Aristotle 207, 208
army see military
Arnold, H. 'Hap' 239, 245
Association Française contre les Myopathies (AFM) 142-60
Atkinson, R. C. 181
Atmore, A. 117
Australia 120
authority 10, 29, 206, 207, 211-14, 219, 273, 278 ;
and absolutist state 213, 214-15, 217-18 ;
citation of 208

b
Bagley, W. C. 182, 194, 196, 197, 198, 200, 201
Bailey, P. 142
Banks, Sir J. 112
Barataud, B. 145
Barbados 112-16, 119, 121, 124-5, 126
Barber, B.R. 14
Barbot, J. 143
Bar-Hillel, Y. 161
Barnes, B. 17, 20
Barral, C. 143, 154
Barthe, Y. 142
basic research 229, 241, 246
Bauman, Z. 27
Beck, U. 16, 277
Bederman, G. 195, 196
Benedict, R. 28, 44 n.5
Bentham, J. 33
Berger, D. 80
Bernard, C. 220
Biagioli, M. 17, 133
Bijker, W. E. 16, 20
Binet, A. 182, 184, 185
Binet-Simon scale 184-9
biodiversity conservation 67-8
biological sciences 37
black-boxing 20, 43-4 n.3
Blondheim, M. 266
Bloor, D. 19, 275
Boas, F. 201
Bodin, J. 214
Bohr, N. 239
Bolin, B. 57
Boltansky, L. 259
Botswana 73, 76
boundary work:
and legal proceedings 164-5, 176 ;
separating science and politics 59-60
Bourdieu, P. 18

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