Referencias

About ecological and recycling policies on e-waste:

  • Bandyopadhyay, A. (2008) Indian Initiatives on E-Waste Management—A Critical Review. Environmental Engineering Science. December 2008, 25(10): 1507-1526.

  • Boeni, H.; Silva, U. & Ott, D. (2007) Reciclaje de residuos electrónicos en América Latina: panorama general, desafíos y potencial. Uca Silva – SUR Corporación de Estudios Sociales y Educación.

  • Boran, O. (2004) Basic data collection on e-waste recycling in Yemen. Institution Infrastruktur & Umwelt

  • Cairns, C. (2005) Electronic Waste: Finding Sustainable Solutions that Work Better for Consumers. A Consumers Union White Paper. New York: Consumers Union of U.S., Inc.

  • Cairns, C.N. (2005) E-waste and the consumer: improving options to reduce, reuse and recycle. in: Electronics and the Environment, 2005. Proceedings of the 2005 IEEE International Symposium on Electronics and the Environment. pp. 237 – 242

  • Darby, L. & Obara, L. (2005) Household recycling behaviour and attitudes towards the disposal of small electrical and electronic equipment. Resources Conservation And Recycling. Volume 44, pp. 17-35

  • Fascendini, F. (2009) Reciclagem de computadores I – A relatividade do fim: desafiar a armadilha do consumismo. Comunicación presentada al IV Congreso de la Cibersociedad 2009. Crisis analógica, futuro digital. http://www.cibersociedad.net/congres2009/es/coms/reciclagem-de-computadores-i—a-relatividade-do-fim-desafiar-a-armadilha-do-consumismo/368/

  • Greenpeace (2010) Actúa. Guía de consumo. Madrid / Barcelona: Greenpeace

  • Griese, H. et al. (2004) Reuse and lifetime extension strategies in the context of technology innovations, global markets, and environmental legislation. In: Electronics and the Environment, 2004. Conference Record. 2004 IEEE International Symposium on Electronics and the Environment. pp. 173 – 178

  • Grossman, E. (2006) High Tech Trash: Digital Devices, Hidden Toxics, and Human Health. Washington, DC: Island Press

  • Heath, C. y P. Luff (2000). Technology in Action. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

  • Hightower, J.; Smith, T.; Sonnenfeld, D. A. & Pellow, D. N. (2006) Challenging the Chip: Labor Rights and Environmental Justice in the Global Electronics Industry. Philadelphia : Temple University Press

  • Hilty, L.M. (2008) Information Technology and Sustainability. Norderstedt, Germany: BOD.

  • Huisman, J. et al. (2007) “2007 Review of Directive 2002/96 on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE)”, Final Report to European Commission. Bonn: European Commission.

  • Hutchins, E. (1995). Cognition in the wild. Cambridge, MA, MIT Press.

  • ISTAG. (2004). Report on Strategic Orientations for Information and Communication Technologies Research in Europe (Information Society Technologies Advisory Group). Acceso el 1 Dic 2007, deftp://ftp.cordis.lu/pub/ist/docs/2004_strategic_orientations_web_en.pdf

  • Kipperberg, G. (2007) A Comparison of Household Recycling Behaviors in Norway and the United States. Environmental & Resource Economics Volume 36, pp. 215-235

  • Kreith, F. & Tchobanoglous, G. (2002) Handbook of Solid Waste Management. Second Edition,. McGraw-Hill, New York

  • Kuehr, Ruediger & Eric Williams (eds.)(2004)Computers and the Environment: Understanding and Managing their impacts. Dordrecht/Boston/London: Kluwer Academic Publishers & United Nations University

  • Kunacheva, C.; Juanga, JP. & Visvanathan, C. (2009) Electrical and electronic waste inventory and management strategies in Bangkok, Thailand. International Journal of Environment and Waste Management Volume3, Issue1/2, pp. 107 – 119

  • López, D. y Domènech, M. (2007) Ethnographic Research in the Catalan Red Cross Telecare Service: A chance to rethink user-centred telecare services between social scientists and care deliverers. Comunicación presentada en MEDUSE Conference: The emergence of new technologies and responsibilities for health care at home across diverse European systems and cultures.

  • Luff, P., J. Hindmarsh y C. Heath, Eds. (2000). Workplace Studies. Recovering Work Practice and Informing System Design. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

  • Michael, M. (2004). On Making Data Social: Heterogeneity in Sociological Practice, Qualitative Research, vol. 4 (1) pp. 5-23.

  • Michael, M. (2006). Technoscience and Everyday Life: The Complex Simplicities of the Mundane. Maidenhead, Berks.:Open University Press/McGraw-Hill.

  • Milligan, C., Bingley, A. y Gatrell, A. (2005). Digging deep: Using diary techniques to explore the place of health and well-being amongst older people. Social Science & Medicine, 61, 1882-1892.

  • Nnorom, IC.; Ohakwe, J. & Osibanjo, O. (2009) Survey of willingness of residents to participate in electronic waste recycling in Nigeria – A case study of mobile phone recycling. Journal of Cleaner Production Volume 17, pp. 1629 – 1637

  • Pellow, D. N. (2002) Garbage Wars: The Struggle for Environmental Justice in Chicago (Urban and Industrial Environments). Cambridge, MA: MIT Press

  • Pellow, D. N. & Park, L. (2002) The Silicon Valley of Dreams: Environmental Injustice, Immigrant Workers, and the High-Tech Global Economy (Critical America). New York: New York University Press

  • Porter, R. C. (2002). The Economics of Waste. Washington: RFF Press

  • Rathje, W. L. & Murphy, C. (2001) Rubbish!: The Archaeology of Garbage. Tucson: University of Arizona Press

  • Saphores, JDM.; Nixon, H.; Ogunseitan, OA. & Shapiro, AA. (2007). Household willingness to recycle electronic waste – An application to California. Environment and Behavior Volume 38, pp.183-208

  • Scanlan, J. (2005) On Garbage. London: Reaktion Books.

  • Silverstone, Roger, y Hirsch, Eric. (1992). Consuming technologies: media and information in domestic spaces. London; New York: Routledge.

  • Slade, G. (2006) Made to Break: Technology and Obsolescence in America. MA: Harvard University Press

  • Sluis, E. (2010) Amazonian Geeks and Social Activism. An ethnographic study on the appropriation of ICTs in the Brazilian Amazon. University of Amsterdam.

  • StEP (2010) Recycling – From E-Waste to Resources. UNEP & UNU.

  • Strasser, S. (1999) Waste and Want: A Social History of Trash. London: Metropolitan Books

  • Streicher-Porte, M.; Widmer R, Jain A.; Bader, HP.; Scheidegger, R. & Kytzia, S. (2005) Key drivers of the e-waste recycling system: Assessing and modelling e-waste processing in the informal sector in Delhi. Environmental Impact Assessment Review Volume 25, pp. 472-491

  • Suchman, L. (1987). Plans and Situated Actions. The problems of human-machine communication. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

  • Sullivan, K. (2006) The Dark Side of Information Technology. School of Public Administration. Halifax: Dalhousie University.

  • Tang, T. (2009) Why Recycle Is Not Good Enough and How to Eliminate e-Waste. Comunicación presentada al IV Congreso de la Cibersociedad 2009. Crisis analógica, futuro digital. http://www.cibersociedad.net/congres2009/es/coms/why-recycle-is-not-good-enough-and-how-to-eliminate-e-waste/463/
  • Tomlinson, B. (2010) Greening through IT. Information Technology for Environmental Sustainability. Cambridge, Massachusetts: The MIT Press

  • United Nations University; Huisman, J. et al. (2008) Review of Directive 2002/96 on Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE). Bonn (Germany): United Nations University, UK: AEA Technology, Didcot, Bilbao (Spain): GAIKER, Szentendre (Hungary): Regional Environmental Center for Central and Eastern Europe.

  • Wenger, E. (1999). Communities of Practice: Learning, Meaning, and Identity. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

  • Williams, E. (2005) International activities on E-waste and guidelines for future work. Conference: The Third Workshop on Material Cycles and Waste Management in Asia

  • Williams, E.; Kahhat, R.; Allenby, B.; Kavazanjian, E.; Kim, J. & Xu, M. (2008) Environmental, Social, and Economic Implications of Global Reuse and Recycling of Personal Computers. Environmental Science & Technology200842 (17), pp. 6446-6454

  • Yu, J.; Williams, E.; Ju, M. & Yang, Y. (2010) Forecasting Global Generation of Obsolete Personal Computers. Environmental Science & Technology201044 (9), pp. 3232-3237

 

 

About STS Studies on democracy & politics, and expertise citizenship on science & technology:

  • Barthe, Yannick. (2006). Le pouvoir d’indecision: La mise en politique des dechets nucleaires. Paris: Economica.

  • Bloomfield, B.P.; Hayes N.(2009). Power and organizational transformation through technology: hybrids of electronic government’, Organization Studies, vol 30(5), pp 461-487

  • Büscher M., Christensen M., Hansen K.M., Mogensen P., Shapiro D. (2008) Bottom-up, top-down? Connecting software architecture design with use in Voß, A., Hartswood, M.; Ho, K., Procter, R.; Rouncefield, M.; Slack, R.; Büscher, M. Configuring user-designer relations: Interdisciplinary perspectives. Springer Verlag.

  • Callon, M. Rabeharisoa, V. (2008). The growing engagemente of emergent concerned groups in political and economic life: lessons from the French Associacion of Neuromuscular Disease Patients. Science, Technology and Human Values, 33; 230-261.

  • Callon, M. y Rabeharisoa, V. (2003). Research “in the wild” and the shaping of new social identities. Technology in Society, 25, 193-2004.

  • Callon, M., Lascoumes, P. y Barthe, Y. (2001). Agir dans un monde incertain. Essai sur la démocratie technique. Paris: Le Seuil.

  • Domènech, M.; Feliu, J.; Garay, A.; Íñiguez, L.; Peñaranda, M.C. y Tirado, F. (2002): Movimientos sociales y conocimiento científico: el impacto del activismo contra el SIDA sobre las prácticas científicas. Revista de Psicología Política, Nº 25, pp. 69-84.

  • Engelhardt, J.; Caplan, A.L. (eds.) (1987). Scientific Controversies: Case Studies in the Resolution and Closure of Disputes in Science and Technology. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

  • Epstein, S. (1995). The Construction of Lay Expertise: AIDS Activism and the Forging of Credibility in the Reform of Clinical Trials. Science, Technology & Human Values, Vol. 20, No. 4, 408-437

  • Hess, D. (2005). Technology- and product-oriented movements: Approximating social movement. Science, Technology, & Human Values 30:513-35.

  • Irwin, A. and Michael, M. (2003). Science, Social Theory and Public Knowledge. Maidenhead, Berks.:Open University Press/McGraw-Hill.

  • Jasanoff, S. (2003). Technologies of humility: Citizen participation in governing science. Minerva 41 (3): 223-44

  • Latour, B. (2004). Politiques de la nature. Comment faire entrer les sciences en désmocratie. Paris: La Déscouverte.

  • Marres, N. (2007). The issue deserve more credit: pragmatist contributions to he Study of Public involvement in controversy. Social Studies of Science, 37, 759-780.

  • Melucci, Alberto. (1996). Challenging codes: collective action in the information age. Cambridge [England]; New York: Cambridge University Press.

  • Michael, M. (2000). Reconnecting Culture, Technology and Nature: From Society to Heterogeneity. London: Routledge.

  • Michael, M. (2006). Technoscience and Everyday Life: The Complex Simplicities of the Mundane. Maidenhead, Berks.:Open University Press/McGraw-Hill.

  • Michael, M. (2009). Publics Performing Publics: Of PiGs, PiPs and Politics. Public Understanding of Science. Online

  • Nelkin, D. (1987). Controversies and the authority of science, en: Engelhardt, H. Tristram; Caplan, Arthur L., (eds). Scientific Controversies: Case Studies in the Resolution and Closure of Disputes in Science and Technology. New York: Cambridge University Press; 1987: 283-293.

  • Nelkin, D. (1994). “Science controversies: The dynamics of public disputes in the United States,”, en S. Jasanof et al., (eds)., Handbook of Science and Technology Studies, Thousand Oaks, Ca.: Sage Publications, pp. 444-456

  • Rabeharisoa, V. (2006) From representation to mediation: The shaping of collective mobilization on muscular dystrophy in France, Social Science & Medicine 62(3) p.p. 564-576.

  • Rodríguez-Giralt, I. (2011). Social movements as actor-networks: prospects for a symmetrical approach to Doñana’s Environmentalist Protest”. Convergencia. Revista de Ciencia Sociales, núm 56. In press.

  • Rodríguez, I.; López, D. (2008). “Activismo y tecnología: la política red”, Barcelona Metròpolis. Revista de Información y Pensamientos Urbanos. Vol. 71.

  • Rose, N., and C. Novas. (2005). Biological citizenship. In Global assemblages: Technology, politics, and ethics as anthropological problems, edited by A. Ong and S. J. Collier, 439-63. Malden, MA: Blackwell.

  • Shove, E., Watson, M. and Ingram, J. (2007a). Products and practices: selected concepts from science and technology studies and from social theories of consumption and practice’, Design Issues, 23(2): 3‐16.

  • Shove, E., Watson, M., Hand, M. and Ingram, J. (2007b). The Design of Everyday Life, Oxford: Berg.

  • Watson, M. and Shove, E. (2008). Product, Competence, Project and Practice: DIY and the dynamics of craft consumption’ Journal of Consumer Culture Vol 8(1): 69–89.

  • Wilkie, A. and Michael, M. (2009). Expectation and Mobilisation: Enacting Future Users. Science, Technology and Human Values. Online.

  • Wynne, B. (1995). «Public Understanding of Science». En Jasanoff, S. y otros (ed.). Handbook of Science and Technology Studies. Thousand Oaks (Ca.): Sage.

 

 

About STS studies, methodology and qualitative approach on technology’s studies:

  • Heath, C. y P. Luff (2000). Technology in Action. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

  • Hutchins, E. (1995). Cognition in the wild. Cambridge, MA, MIT Press.

  • Kusenbach, M. (2003). Street phenomenology. The go-along as ethnographic research tool. Ethnography, 4(3), 455-485.

  • Law, J. (2004). After Method. Mess in social Science Research. London: Routledge.

  • López, D. y Domènech, M. (2007) Ethnographic Research in the Catalan Red Cross Telecare Service: A chance to rethink user-centred telecare services between social scientists and care deliverers. Comunicación presentada en MEDUSE Conference: The emergence of new technologies and responsibilities for health care at home across diverse European systems and cultures.

  • Luff, P., J. Hindmarsh y C. Heath, Eds. (2000). Workplace Studies. Recovering Work Practice and Informing System Design. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

  • Michael, M. (2004). On Making Data Social: Heterogeneity in Sociological Practice, Qualitative Research, vol. 4 (1) pp. 5-23.

  • Michael, M. (2006). Technoscience and Everyday Life: The Complex Simplicities of the Mundane. Maidenhead, Berks.:Open University Press/McGraw-Hill.

  • Milligan, C., Bingley, A. y Gatrell, A. (2005). Digging deep: Using diary techniques to explore the place of health and well-being amongst older people. Social Science & Medicine, 61, 1882-1892.

  • Robert, C. and A. Mackenzie. 2006. Science. Theory, Culture and Society: Problematizing Global Knowledge, Special Issue 23(2-3): 157-163. http://tcs.sagepub.com/content/vol23/issue2-3/

  • Silverstone, R. y Hirsch, E. (1992). Consuming technologies: media and information in domestic spaces. London; New York: Routledge.

  • Suchman, L. (1987). Plans and Situated Actions. The problems of human-machine communication. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

  • Wenger, E. (1999). Communities of Practice: Learning, Meaning, and Identity. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.

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