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  2. Fa-ti Fan, Shun-Ling Chen
  3. pp. 181-193
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  1. Knowing the Great Plains Weather: Field Life and Lay Participation on the American Frontier during the Railroad Era
  2. Jeremy Vetter
  3. pp. 195-213
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  1. How Empowering Is Citizen Science? Access, Credits, and Governance for the Crowd
  2. Shun-Ling Chen
  3. pp. 215-234
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  1. Combating Air Pollution through Data Generation and Reinterpretation: Community Air Monitoring in Taiwan
  2. Wen-Ling Tu
  3. pp. 235-255
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  1. What Roles Can Lay Citizens Play in the Making of Public Knowledge?
  2. Wen-Tsong Chiou
  3. pp. 257-277
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  1. Citizens, Politics, and Civic Technology: A Conversation with g0v and EDGI
  2. Fa-ti Fan, Shun-Ling Chen, Chia-Liang Kao, Michelle Murphy, Matt Price, Liz Barry
  3. pp. 279-297
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  1. Genetic Ties and Affinity: Longitudinal Interviews on Two Mothers’ Experiences of Egg Donation in Japan
  2. Chiaki Shirai
  3. pp. 299-315
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  1. From Needham to EASTS, or Why History Matters
  2. Francesca Bray
  3. pp. 317-321
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  1. Tales of Tiger Beetles and Other Citizen Sciences
  2. Danielle B. Griffin, Lillian A. Black, Patricia Balbon, Ashley Rose Mehlenbacher
  3. pp. 323-330
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  1. Reordering Life: Knowledge and Control in the Genomics Revolution by Stephen Hilgartner (review)
  2. Jieun Lee
  3. pp. 331-334
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  1. Siam’s New Detectives: Visualizing Crime and Conspiracy in Modern Thailand by Samson Lim (review)
  2. Simon A. Cole
  3. pp. 335-337
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  1. The Pedagogical Work of Film for Technology Disaster Studies: Reassessing Fukushima through Film
  2. Michael M. J. Fischer
  3. pp. 345-354
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  1. Response to Michael M. J. Fischer’s Review of Healing Fukushima, Part 1
  2. Sulfikar Amir, Shi Lin Loh
  3. pp. 355-357
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  1. Response to Michael M. J. Fischer’s Review of Healing Fukushima, Part 2
  2. Thorsten Trimpop
  3. pp. 359-360
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