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Francis Fukuyama. Ethics and Science. Adam Briggle. Simians, Cyborgs, and Women. Donna J. Thieves of Virtue. Tom Koch. An Anthropology of Biomedicine. Margaret Lock. Chris Shilling. A Companion to Bioethics. Helga Kuhse. Laura Erickson-Schroth. Soren Riis. Medicine as Culture. Deborah Lupton.
Science and Public Reason. Sheila Jasanoff.
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Seizing the Means of Reproduction. Michelle Murphy. Medical Anthropology at the Intersections. Emily A. The Body in Society.
Alexandra Howson. Science Studies. David J. Race to the Finish. Jenny Reardon. The Nature of Race. Ann Morning.
Biotechnology and Communication. Sandra Braman. The Handbook of Science and Technology Studies. Ulrike Felt. Synthetic Biology and Morality. Gregory E. Encyclopedia of Applied Ethics. Ruth Chadwick. Women's Health and Social Change. Ellen Annandale. The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Theory. Lisa Disch.
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Sociology for Midwives. Carol Kingdon. Making the Mexican Diabetic. Michael Montoya. Race Decoded. Catherine Bliss. The Ethics of Genetic Engineering. Roberta M. The Genome Incorporated. Kate O'Riordan. Aging Men, Masculinities and Modern Medicine. Antje Kampf. The Future of Childhood. Alan Prout. Mary Maynard. Nancy M. Feminist Cultural Studies of Science and Technology.
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