The ‘Othering’ game

by Sarah de Rijcke 26 March 2010

“New media and new technologies  – these not only require critical analysis but may be treated as occasions for exploring and testing assumptions embedded in social science and everyday understandings of the world.” (Moser & Law 2001, p. 12) The … Continue reading

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Regarding the Brain

by Anne Beaulieu 9 February 2010

Technology and culture determine our view of the brain What does the brain look like? What do we really know about our brains? For centuries, we’ve been telling ourselves time and again that we now have an objective view of our brains. However, objectivity depends on technological developments, human actions and social and cultural factors, [...]

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