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    Hybrid geographies : natures - cultures - spaces

    Whatmore, Sarah
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    Using Social Theory: Thinking through Research (First Edition)

    Michael Rose, Gillian Whatmore, Sarah Pryke
    Michael Pryke, Gillian Rose, Sarah Whatmore, Open University.
    SAGE Publications Ltd
    2003
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    Titre: Using Social Theory: Thinking through Research (First Edition)
    Auteur: Michael Rose, Gillian Whatmore, Sarah Pryke
    Contributeur: Michael Pryke; Gillian Rose; Sarah Whatmore; Open University.
    Editeur: SAGE Publications Ltd
    Date: 2003
    Identifiant: 1-84787-668-4 (ISBN)

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    Learning through Computer Model Improvisations

    Landström, Catharina, Whatmore, Sarah J, Lane, Stuart N
    Science, Technology, & Human Values, September 2013, Vol.38(5), pp.678-700 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Earthly Powers and Affective Environments: An Ontological Politics of Flood Risk

    Whatmore, Sarah J
    Theory, Culture & Society, December 2013, Vol.30(7-8), pp.33-50 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Explaining Rapid Transitions in the Practice of Flood Risk Management

    Lane, Stuart N, November, Valerie, Landström, Catharina, Whatmore, Sarah
    Annals of the Association of American Geographers: Geographies of Water, 01 March 2013, Vol.103(2), pp.330-342 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Mapping knowledge controversies: science, democracy and the redistribution of expertise

    Whatmore, Sarah J
    Progress in Human Geography, October 2009, Vol.33(5), pp.587-598 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Virtually expert: modes of environmental computer simulation modeling

    Landström, Catharina, Whatmore, Sarah J
    Science in context, December 2014, Vol.27(4), pp.579-603 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Imagining flood futures: risk assessment and management in practice

    Lane, Stuart N., Landstrm, Catharina, Whatmore, Sarah J.
    Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A, 2011, Vol.369(1942), pp.1784-1806 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Flood apprentices: an exercise in making things public

    Whatmore, Sarah J, Landström, Catharina
    Economy and Society, 01 November 2011, Vol.40(4), pp.582-610 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Coproducing Flood Risk Knowledge: Redistributing Expertise in Critical ‘Participatory Modelling’

    Landström, Catharina, Whatmore, Sarah J, Lane, Stuart N, Odoni, Nicholas A, Ward, Neil, Bradley, Susan
    Environment and Planning A, July 2011, Vol.43(7), pp.1617-1633 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Coproducing Flood Risk Knowledge: Redistributing Expertise in Critical ‘Participatory Modelling’
    Auteur: Landström, Catharina; Whatmore, Sarah J; Lane, Stuart N; Odoni, Nicholas A; Ward, Neil; Bradley, Susan
    Sujet: Environmental Sciences ; Sociology & Social History ; Geography
    Description: This paper suggests that computer simulation modelling can offer opportunities for redistributing expertise between science and affected publics in relation to environmental problems. However, in order for scientific modelling to contribute to the coproduction of new knowledge claims about environmental processes, scientists need to reposition themselves with respect to their modelling practices. In the paper we examine a process in which two hydrological modellers became part of an extended research collective generating new knowledge about flooding in a small rural town in the UK. This process emerged in a project trialling a novel participatory research apparatus—competency groups—aiming to harness the energy generated in public controversy and enable other than scientific expertise to contribute to environmental knowledge. Analysing the process repositioning the scientists in terms of a dynamic of ‘dissociation’ and ‘attachment’, we map the ways in which prevailing alignments...
    Fait partie de: Environment and Planning A, July 2011, Vol.43(7), pp.1617-1633
    Identifiant: 0308-518X (ISSN); 1472-3409 (E-ISSN); 10.1068/a43482 (DOI)