About the Journal

STS Encounters is published by the Danish Association for Science and Technology Studies. The aim of the journal is to publish high quality STS research, support collaboration in the Danish STS community and contribute to the recognition of Danish STS nationally and internationally. In this context STS is understood as a broad and interdisciplinary field. Encounters encourages submissions from all relevant fields and subfields of social and cultural inquiry dealing with scientific and technological matters. The editorial board emphasizes that the journal is to offer a broad and nuanced view of the Danish STS environment. This applies to theoretical and analytical frameworks, choice of method and substantive empirical areas.

Current Issue

Vol. 12 No. 1 (2021): STS Encounters
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This special issue of STS Encounters contains one editorial and 5 articles:

Andy Pickering, Finn Olesen, Peter Danholt: Experimenting with experiments - an introduction (Editorial)

Sanne Lisborg: Virtual Educational Laboratories - instructive or explorative learning? 

Frederik Vejlin: Experiments in Artificial Sociality - curious robots, relational configurations, and dances of agency  

Tine Friis: Recasting ethical dilemmas in participatory research as a collective matter of ‘response-ability’ 

Anne Henriksen, Finn Olesen: Experimenting on the Enactment of Predictive AI - the Quest for a Future Proactive Healthcare Sector

Mikkel Rask Pedersen: “We Can Be Pioneers” – exploring experimental knowledge sharing in an online peer-support forum for non-offending pedophiles 


Published: 2021-02-06
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