Social Epistemology

(The TQCC of Social Epistemology is 6. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
Lessons from the Vioxx Debacle: What the Privatization of Science Can Teach Us About Social Epistemology69
What Constitutes “Good” Evidence for Public Health and Social Policy-making? From Hierarchies to Appropriateness59
The idea of the university in the global era: From knowledge as an end to the end of knowledge?41
Realizing Societal Benefit from Academic Research: Analysis of the National Science Foundation’s Broader Impacts Criterion31
From Critical Theory of Technology to the Rational Critique of Rationality29
Knowing Neoliberalism29
Challenges to Public Universities: Digitalisation, Commodification and Precarity24
The Cost of Bearing Witness to the Environmental Crisis: Vicarious Traumatization and Dealing with Secondary Traumatic Stress among Environmental Researchers22
From the representation of publics to the performance of 'lay political science'17
Black Lives Matter or All Lives Matter? Color-blindness and Epistemic Injustice*17
Presence from Absence: Looking within the Triad of Science, Technology and Development14
Expertise, Agreement, and the Nature of Social Scientific Facts or: Against Epistocracy14
Conceptualising the Political Imaginary: An Introduction to the Special Issue13
The Emergence of Intersectional Disadvantage12
The Accident of Accessibility: How the Data of the TEF Creates Neoliberal Subjects11
Dialogical Research Design: Practising Ethical, Useful and Safe(r) Research10
Expression-Style Exclusion9
Epistemic Consequences of Bibliometrics-based Evaluation: Insights from the Scientific Community9
The Disastrous Implications of the ‘English’ View of Rationality in a Social World9
Kuhn's paradigm as a parable for the Cold War: incommensurability and its discontents from Fuller's Tale of Harvard to Fleck's Unsung Lvov8
Epistemically Pernicious Groups and the Groupstrapping Problem8
Re-Thinking Exposure to Trauma and Self-Care in Fieldwork-Based Social Research: Introduction to the Special Issue8
Don’t Put Words in My Mouth: Self-appointed Speaking-for Is Testimonial Injustice Without Prejudice8
Minimum Message Length and Statistically Consistent Invariant (Objective?) Bayesian Probabilistic Inference—From (Medical) “Evidence”7
Intelligence and Social Epistemology - Toward a Social Epistemological Theory of Intelligence7
Under What Conditions May Western Science and Indigenous Knowledge Be Jointly Used and What Does This Really Entail? Insights from a Western Perspectivist Stance6
Joint Abilities, Joint Know-how and Collective Knowledge6
Agnotology, Gender, and Engineering: An Emergent Typology6
The Institutional Preconditions of Epistemic Justice6
The “EBM Movement”: Where Did it Come From, Where is it Going, and Why Does it Matter?6
Making Practice Publishable: What Practice Academics Need to Do to Get Their Work Published, and What that Tells Us about the Theory-practice Gap6
Why the Fence Is the Seat of Reason When Experts Disagree6
Why Fit in When You Were Born to Stand Out? The Role of Peer Support in Preventing and Mitigating Research-Related Stress among Doctoral Researchers6
Editor's introduction: Truth from the perspective of comparative world philosophy6
In, Against, and Beyond: A Marxist Critique for Higher Education in Crisis6
Can Testimony Generate Understanding?6