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The Role of Language in the Politics of Science, Technology, and Innovation

Projects

  • Interdisciplinary Network: Conceptual Approaches to Science, Technology, and Innovation (www.casti.org)

  • Identity Work and Boundary Work (David Kaldewey and Désirée Schauz)

Selected Publications

  • Flink, Tim / Kaldewey, David (2018): The New Production of Legitimacy. STI Policy Discourses Beyond the Contract Metaphor. Research Policy 47(1), S. 14-22.

  • Kaldewey, David (2018): The Grand Challenges Discourse. Transforming Identity Work in Science and Science Policy. Minerva 56(2), S. 161-182.

  • Kaldewey, David / Schauz, Désirée (Hg.) (2018): Basic and Applied Research. The Language of Science Policy in the Twentieth Century. New York: Berghahn Books.

  • Chumtong, Jason / Kaldewey, David (2017): Beyond the Google Ngram Viewer. Bibliographic Databases and Journal Archives as Tools for the Quantitative Analysis of Scientific and Meta-Scientific Concepts. FIW Working Paper No. 8, Bonn.

Events

  • The Language of Science Policy in the 21st Century (Open Panel at the 4S Conference in New Orleans 2019)

  • Models and Concepts of Research in a Global Perspective (Workshop, 29./30. November 2018, FIW Bonn)

  • "Basic and Applied Research. Historical Semantics of a Key Distinction in 20th Century Science Policy" (International Conference, 20.-22. Februar 2014)

 

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