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Volume 4, Number 4, 2010

Table of Contents

From: East Asian Science, Technology and Society: an International Journal

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Engaging Publics /Engaging Science in Australia, Japan and New Zealand

Richard Hindmarsh, Rosemary Du Plessis and Karen Cronin

Introduction

Engaging Across Boundaries—Emerging Practices in 'Technical Democracy'

pp. 475-782

Articles

Discussing Nascent Technologies: Citizens Confront Nanotechnology in Food

pp. 483-501

The "Citizen Scientist": Reflections on the Public Role of Scientists in Response to Emerging Biotechnologies in New Zealand

pp. 503-519

Difficult Data: Boundary Dynamics, Public Engagement and Bridging Technologies in a Science/Policy Controversy

pp. 521-540

Wind Farms and Community Engagement in Australia: A Critical Analysis for Policy Learning

pp. 541-563

Many Minds, Common Sense and Genetically Modified Food: A Role for Q Methodology

pp. 565-583

Facilitating Public Participation in Toxic Waste Management Through Engaging 'The Object of Politics'

pp. 585-599

Special Interview

Dropping the Brand of Edinburgh School: An Interview with Barry Barnes

pp. 601-617

Book Reviews

Japan's Whaling: The Politics of Culture in Historical Perspective (review)

pp. 619-622

Han'guk Ma Ŭihaksa 韓國馬醫學史 (a History of Equine Medicine in Korea) (review)

pp. 623-625

Governing China's Population: From Leninist to Neoliberal Biopolitics (review)

pp. 627-628

The People's Peking Man: Popular Science and Human Identity in Twentieth-Century China, and: jian 張劍, kexueshetuan zai jindai Zhongguo de mingyun: yi Zhongguokexueshe wei zhongxin科學社團在 近代中國的命運: 以中國科學社為中心(The Science Association and the Change of Society in Modern China: A Study on the Science Society of China) (review)

pp. 629-633