In what ways does this artifact draw on existing STS scholarship? What concepts and methodologies are hinted at as being important?


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February 24, 2019
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The artifacts draw on the existing concept of taking governance to include both state as well as a wide array of non-state actors, with an interest in understanding the various roles that techno-scientific communities across varied contexts play in governance processes. More importantly, it draws on how climate technologies are social technologies, conditional upon social and political legitimacy. Bringing in the concept of justice and reflecting upon social injustice.

January 20, 2019
The paper draws hevely from  Bruno Latour's 2004  "How to Talk About the Body?: The Normative Dimension of Science Studies" build upon his concept of training of the body to percive, and similtaniously aquire taste for, the factual detail. A concpet Latour calls "factishes" combining the words fact and fetish. This influce however is the core theoricial drive.
As for methedology Donna Haraway's and Joseph Dumit's method of Implostion writng, where a an object is tracked on a multitled of dimensions that marks its intraction with the rest of the world. this can be the Labor dimensions, Professional/Epistemological dimensions, Material dimensions, Technological dimensions, Context and situatedness, Political dimensions, Economic dimensions, Textual dimensions, Bodily/organic dimensions, Historical dimensions, Particle Dimensions, Educational dimensions, Mythological dimensions, and Symbolic dimensions.
As the studie tracks pedagogical tradtions between medical practices at in diffrent cultures with differnt spcances and practicies, there soon beomces a qutions of equlties of produced knowladge and the gaps in knowaldge. This also ellues to a Dumits use of  Agnotology, a term coined by Robert Proctor. 
By identifying specific objects, they bolster both the implosive project and the can track the practices of perception within and between medical peagodies.