EXPERTS PAPERS links


Double Heuristics and Collective Knowledge: The Case of Expertise. 2012. Studies in Emergent Order 5: 82-103. http://studiesinemergentorder.org/current-issue/sieo5-64/

Normal Accidents of Expertise. 2010. Minerva 48: 239-258. 

The Conservative Disposition and the Precautionary Principle.  2010. In The Meanings of Michael Oakeshott’s Conservatism 

Balancing Expert Power: Two Models for the Future of Politics. 2008. In Knowledge and Democracy: Is Liberty a Daughter of Knowledge.

 

Blind Spot? Weber’s Concept of Expertise and the Perplexing Case of China. 2008. In Max Weber Matters: Interweaving Past and Present.

Expertise and the Process of Policy Making: The EU's New Model of Legitimacy. 2008. In Building Civil Society and Democracy in New Europe.

 

Turner, Stephen. 2007. Political Epistemology, Expertise, and the Aggregation of Knowledge.
Spontaneous Generations: A Journal for the History and Philosophy of Science 1(1): 36-47.
http://spontaneousgenerations.library.utoronto.ca/index.php/SpontaneousGenerations/article/view/2970

 

 

Expertise and Political Responsibility: The Columbia Shuttle Catastrophe. 2005. In Democratization of Expertise? Exploring Novel Forms of Scientific Advice in Political decision-Making.

Expertise, Scientification, and the Authority of Science. 2007. The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology 1st edn. 

 

A Parting Shot at Misunderstanding: Fuller vs. Kuhn. 2005. Metascience 14: 12-19.

 

Public Sociology and Democratic Theory. 2007. Sociology 41(5): 785-798.

 

Quasi-science and the State. 2004. In Governing Science in Comparative Perspective.

 

Scientists as Agents. 2002. In Science Bought and Sold.

 

The Social Study of Science before Kuhn. 2008. The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies 3rd edn.

 

Speaking Truth to Bureaucratic Power: Three National Responses to Cholera. 2004.

 

Truth and Decision. 1989. In Science off the Pedestal: Social Perspectives on Science and Technology.

 

 

Was Real Existing Socialism a Premature Form of Rule by Experts? 2006. In Democracy and Civil Society East of the Elbe.

 

What Is the Problem with Experts? 2001. Social Studies of Science 31(1): 123-49.

 

The Sociology of Science in its Place: Comment on Shapere. 1986. Science and Technology Studies 4: 15-18. http://www.jstor.org/stable/690396

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PAPERS WITHOUT LINKS

 

 

The Pittsburgh Survey and the Survey Movement: An Episode in the History of Expertise. 1996. In Pittsburgh Surveyed: Social Science and Social Reform in the Early Twentieth Century, edited by Maurine W. Greenwald and Margo Anderson. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 35-49.

 

The Survey in Nineteenth-Century American Geology: The Evolution of a Form of Patronage. 1987. Minerva 25(3): 282-330.

 

Turner, Stephen. 1996. The Politics of Antebellum American Science (Review essay of Hugh R. Slotten, Patronage, Practice, and the Culture of American Science: Alexander Dallas Bache and the U. S. Coast Survey). Minerva 34: 393-401.

 

Turner, Stephen. 2000. What Are Disciplines? And How Is Interdisciplinarity Different?  Practising Interdisciplinarity, edited by Peter Weingart and Nico Stehr. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 46-65

 

Does Funding Produce its Effects?: The Rockefeller Case. 1999. In The Development of the Social Sciences in the United States and Canada: The Role of Philanthropy, edited by Theresa Richardson and Donald Fischer. Greenwich, CN: Ablex, 213-26.