Science As Culture

(The TQCC of Science As Culture is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-05-01 to 2024-05-01.)
Big Tech: Four Emerging Forms of Digital Rentiership29
Economies of Virtue: The Circulation of ‘Ethics’ in Big Tech24
Big Tech Meets Big Ag: Diversifying Epistemologies of Data and Power24
Big Tech23
Urban Techno-Politics: Knowing, Governing, and Imagining the City20
Sociotechnical Imaginaries and Techno-Optimism: Examining Outer Space Utopias of Silicon Valley20
The Big Techification of Everything15
Urban Techno-Politics: An Introduction14
The Test Bed Island: Tech Business Experimentalism and Exception in Singapore12
Hawaiʻi as a Laboratory Paradise: Divergent Sociotechnical Island Imaginaries11
Conscious, Complacent, Fearful: Agri-Food Tech’s Market-Making Public Imaginaries10
Experimenting with the Social Life of Homes: Sensor Governmentality and Its Frictions10
Big Tech and Labour Resistance at Amazon8
The Rape Kit’s Promise: Techno-optimism in the Fight Against the Backlog8
Data Hugging in European Biobank Networks8
Amazon’s Ring: Surveillance as a Slippery Slope Service8
Refused-knowledge during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Mobilising Experiential Expertise for Care and Well-being8
It Takes Two to Techno-Tango: An Analysis of a Close Embrace Between Google/Apple and the EU in Fighting the Pandemic Through Contact Tracing Apps8
The (Possible) Future of Cyborg Healthcare: Depictions of Disability in Cyberpunk 20777
Misunderstanding Citizen Science: Hermeneutic Ignorance in U.S. Environmental Regulation6
What Counts as the Environment in Epigenetics? Knowledge and Ignorance in the Entrepreneurial University6
Into the Deep - AI and Total Pathology6
Monstrous Motherhood – Women on the Edge of Reproductive Age6
Demonstrating a Flexible Electricity Consumer: Keeping Sight of Sites in a Real-world Experiment6
Empty Minds: Innovating Audience Participation in Symphonic Practice5
Island Imaginaries: Introduction to a Special Section5
Bioprinting as a Sociotechnical Project: Imaginaries, Promises and Futures4
Provisional by design. Frontex data infrastructures and the Europeanization of migration and border control4
Assetization and the Logic of Venture Capital, or Why Facebook Does not ‘Feel’ Like a Monopoly to Zuckerberg4
Gaze-scaling: Planets as Islands in Exobiologists’ Imaginaries4
The Board Game Pandemic: Cooperative Sociotechnical Imaginaries Obscuring Power Relations4
Techno-Scientific Promises, Disciplinary Fields, and Social Issues in Peripheral Contexts4