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Cancer care is undergoing a shift from a ‘one-size-fits all’ approach to more personalised medicine. One way of personalising cancer treatments is through biomarkers: molecules or biochemical changes found in the patient’s tissues and body fluids.
This book reflects upon the promise of cancer biomarkers and asks questions such as: How may the complexity of cancer biology impede the robustness of biomarkers in the clinic? How should one draw the line between the various sub-groups of patients for personalised treatment? How can one evaluate the cost-effectiveness and fairness of personalised cancer treatments? By bringing together authors from the fields of science and technology studies, medical ethics and philosophy, health economics and oncology, the book aims to give a critical yet accessible overview of some of the key social, ethical and economic issues that surround cancer biomarkers.
“The book should be required reading for oncologists, medical students, graduate students and especially for those who make policy decisions regarding the use and reimbursement of cancer biomarkers.” – Bruce Zetter, Charles Nowiszewski Professor of Cancer Biology in the Department of Surgery, Harvard Medical School
Editor: Ana Delgado
This book provides insights on how emerging technosciences come together with new forms of governance and ethical questioning.
Combining science and technologies and ethics approaches, it looks at the emergence of three key technoscientific domains - body enhancement technologies,
biometrics and technologies for the production of space -exploring how human bodies and minds, the movement of citizens and space become matters of technoscientific governance. The emergence of new and digital technologies pose new challenges for representative democracy and existing forms of citizenship.
As citizens encounter and have to adapt to technological change in their everyday life, new forms of conviviality and contestation emerge.
This book is a key reference for scholars interested in the governance of emerging technosciences in the fields of science and technology studies and ethics.
The collection of articles in this book aim at introducing master students in the fields of STS and ethics to a number of technologies and technological concerns of today’s digital social realities
The Rightful Place of Science: Science on the Verge. Tempe, AZ: Consortium for Science, Policy & outcomes
Editors: Saltelli, A., Benessia, A., Funtowicz, S., Giampietro, M., Pereira, A.G., Ravetz, J., Strand, R., van der Sluijs, J. P., and Sarewitz, D
A crisis looms over the scientific enterprise. Not a day passes without news of retractions, failed replications, fraudulent peer reviews, or misinformed science-based policies. The social implications are enormous, yet this crisis has remained largely uncharted until now.
In Science on the Verge, luminaries in the field of post-normal science and scientific governance focus attention on worrying fault-lines in the use of science for
policy-making, and the dramatic crisis within science itself. This provocative new volume in The Rightful Place of Science also explores the concepts that need to be unlearned, and the skills that must be relearned and enhanced, if we are to restore the legitimacy and integrity of science.
Images of Knowledge: The Epistemic Lives of Pictures and Visualisations. Frankfurt am Main: Peter Lang Publishing.
Editors:Vaage, N. S., Slaattelid, R. T., Haagensen, T.K., Smith, S. L
The authors consider the relationship between knowledge and image, though multi-faceted, to be one of reciprocal dependence. But how do images carry and convey knowledge? The ambiguities of images means that interpretations do not necessarily follow the intention of the image producers. Through an array of different cases, the chapters critically reflect upon how images are mobilised and used in different knowledge practices, within certain knowledge traditions, in different historical periods. They question what we take for granted, what seems evident, what goes without saying. This approach spans across established categories such as «scientific imaging», «religious images» and «artworks», and considers how images may contribute meaning across such categories
JOURNAL ARTICLES AND BOOK CHAPTERS
Berg, H., Antonsen, P. & Binder, P.E. (2016). Sediments and vistas in the relational matrix of the unfolding “I”: A qualitative study of therapists’ experiences with self-disclosure in psychotherapy. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 26(3), 248 –258.
Berg, H., Antonsen, P & Binder, P.E. (2016). Sincerely speaking: Why do psychotherapists self-disclose in therapy - A qualitative hermeneutic phenomenological study. Nordic Psychology, doi: 10.1080/19012276.2016.1198272
Blanchard, A. (2016). Mapping ethical and social aspects of cancer biomarkers. New Biotechnology, 33(6), 763-772.
Blanchard, A. (2016). Mouse models: some reflections from the lab. In A. Olsson, S. Araujo & F. Vieira (Eds.), Food Futures: Ethics, Science and Culture (pp. 505-510). The Netherlands: Wageningen Academic Publishers.
Bremer, S., Haque, M. M., Haugen, A. S. & Kaiser, C.W.M. (2016). Inclusive governance of aquaculture value-chains: Co-producing sustainability standards for Bangladeshi shrimp and prawns. Ocean and Coastal Management, 131, 13-24.
Bremer, S. & Kaiser, M. (2016). Sustainable aquaculture governance: challenges to participatory standard setting. In A. Olsson, S. Araujo & F. Vieira (Eds.), Food Futures: Ethics, Science and Culture (pp. 133-138), Wageningen Academic Publishers, Wageningen.
Delgado, A. (2016). Assembling desires: Synthetic biology and the wish to act at a distant time. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space, 34(5), 914-934.
Delgado, A. & Callén, B. (2016). Do it yourself biology and electronic waste hacking: A politics of demonstration in precarious times. Public Understanding of Science. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/0963662516647348
van Dijk, N., Gellert, R., & Rommetveit, K. (2016). A risk to a right? Beyond data protection risk assessments. Computer Law and Security Report, 32(2), 286-306.
Ferrettia, F., Saltelli, A. & Tarantolac, S. (2016). Trends in sensitivity analysis practice in the last decade. Science of The Total Environment, 568, 666–670.
Fjelland, R. (2016). When laypeople are right and experts are wrong: lessons from love canal, HYLE – International Journal for Philosophy of Chemistry, 22, 105-125.
Galli, A., Giampietro, M., Goldfinger, S., Lazarus, E., Lin, D., Saltelli, A., Wackernagel, M. & Müller, F. (2016). Questioning the ecological footprint. Ecological Indicators, 69, 224–232.
Gianicolo, E.A.L., Mangia, C., Cervino, M., Bruni, A., De Marchi, B., Biggeri, A., Porcu, R., & Vigotti, M. (2016). Studio ecologico sulla mortalità dei residenti a Manfredonia dal 1970 al 2013 (Ecological study on the mortality of residents in Manfredonia 1970-2013). Epidemiologia e Prevenzione, 40(5), 281-289.
Kaiser, M. (2016). Method in practical ethics: a call for a paradigm change. In A. Olsson, S. Araujo & F. Vieira (Eds.), Food Futures: Ethics, Science and Culture (pp. 142-147). The Netherlands: Wageningen Academic Publishers.
Kaiser, M., & Algers, A. (2016). Food ethics: A wide field in need of dialogue. Food Ethics, 1(1), 1-17.
Midtgarden, T. (2016). Rawls, Dewey, and Constructivism: On the Epistemology of Justice by Eric Thomas Weber (review). Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, 52(3), 476-480.
Nilsen, H. (2016). Organic food production in Norway: what is it good for? In A. Olsson, S. Araujo & F. Vieira (Eds.), Food Futures: Ethics, Science and Culture (pp. 435-439). The Netherlands: Wageningen Academic Publishers.
Reinert, E., Endresen, S., Ianos, I. & Saltelli, A. (2016). Epilogue: The Future of Economic Development between Utopias and Dystopias. In E. S. Reinert, J. Ghosh, & R. Kattel (Eds.), Handbook Of Alternative Theories Of Economic Development .Elgar Publishing.
Skirekk, G. (2016). On the advantages and disadvantages of transcendental pragmatics for life. A historical perspective on the late Frankfurt School (Apel, Habermas, Wellmer). In Mikalsen et al. (eds.): Modernity - Unity and Diversity? (pp 335-354). Oslo: Novus Press.
van der Sluijs, J. &Vaage, N. (2016). Pollinators and global food security: The need for holistic global stewardship. Food Ethics, 1, 75-91. DOI: 10.1007/s41055-016-0003-z
Stige, B. & Strand, R. (2016). Philosophical Inquiries. In Barbara L. Wheeler & Kathleen M. Murphy, Music Therapy Research: Third Edition (1266-1291). Barcelona Publishers.
Strand, R., Saltelli, A., Giampietro, M., Rommetveit, K. & Funtowicz, S. (2016) New narratives for innovation. Journal of Cleaner Production 2016, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2016.10.194.
Tvedt, M. W., Eijsink, V., Steen, I. H., Strand, R. & Rosendal, G. K. (2016). The missing link in ABS: The relationship between resource and product. Environmental Policy and Law, 46(3/4), 227.
Vaage, N. S. (2016). What Ethics for Bioart? Nano Ethics, 10(1), (87-104). doi:10.1007/s11569-016-0253-6
Vaage, N. S. (2016). Fringe Biotechnology. Biosocieties. doi: 10.1057/s41292-016-0033-0
Vaage, N. S. (2016). Art and design visions of future foods: de-extinction and in virto meat. In A. Olsson, S. Araujo & F. Vieira (Eds.), Food Futures: Ethics, Science and Culture (pp. 259-265). The Netherlands: Wageningen Academic Publishers.
Wardekker, J.A., Wildschut, D., Stemberger, S., & Sluijs, J.P. (2016). Screening regional management options for their impact on climate resilience: an approach and case study in the Venen-Vechtstreek wetlands in the Netherlands. Springer Plus, 5(750), 1-17.