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47.4 - Infrastructures and Ecology

Special Issue– Ruptures, Transformations, Continuities. Rethinking Infrastructures and Ecology. (Philipp Degens, Iris Hilbrich & Sarah Lenz)
Contributions
  • Sheila Jasanoff: Spaceship or Stewardship: Imaginaries of Sustainability in the Information Age. [abstract]
  • Dominic Boyer: Infrastructural Futures in the Ecological Emergency: Gray, Green, and Revolutionary. [abstract]
  • Simone Schiller-Merkens: Social Transformation through Prefiguration? A Multi-Political Approach of Prefiguring Alternative Infrastructures. [abstract]
  • Cristina Besio, Nadine Arnold & Dzifa Ametowobla: Participatory Organizations as Infrastructures of Sustainability? The Case of Energy Cooperatives and Their Ways for Increasing Influence. [abstract]
  • Giacomo Bazzani: Money Infrastructure for Solidarity and Sustainability. [abstract]
  • Jonas van der Straeten: Sustainability’s “Other”: Coming to Terms with the Electric Rickshaw in Bangladesh. [abstract]
  • Mathilda Rosengren: When Infrastructures and Ecological Actors Meet: Resituating “Green” Infrastructures through the History of the Willow Tree. [abstract]
  • Bronislaw Szerszynski: Infrastructuring as a Planetary Phenomenon: Timescale Separation and Causal Closure in More-Than-Human Systems. [abstract]
  • Stephen C. Slota & Elliott Hauser: Inverting Ecological Infrastructures: How Temporality Structures the Work of Sustainability. [abstract]
  • Lisa Suckert & Timur Ergen: Contested Futures: Reimagining Energy Infrastructures in the First Oil Crisis. [abstract]
  • Vincent Gengnagel & Katharina Zimmermann: The European Green Deal as a Moonshot – Caring for a Climate-Neutral Yet Prospering Continent? [abstract]
  • Jonathan Symons & Simon Friederich: Tensions Within Energy Justice: When Global Energy Governance Amplifies Inequality. [abstract]
Epilogue
  • Peter Wagner: Frontiers of Modernity: Infrastructures and Socio-Ecological Transformations. [abstract]

47.3 - Digital Transformation(s)

Special Issue– Digital Transformation(s): On the Entanglement of Long-Term Processes and Digital Social Change. (Stefanie Büchner, Jannis Hergesell & Jannis Kallinikos)
Contributions
  • Ole Hanseth: When Stars Align. The Interactions and Transformations of e-Health Infrastructure Regimes. [abstract]
  • Kathrin Braun, Cordula Kropp & Yana Boeva: From Digital Design to Data-Assets: Competing Visions, Policy Projects, and Emerging Arrangements of Value Creation in the Digital Transformation of Construction. [abstract]
  • Cancan Wang & Jessamy Perriam: Murder Maps, Transport Apps, and Soup: How Expert Enthusiasts Move Open Government Data Initiatives between the UK and China. [abstract]
  • Juliane Jarke, Irina Zakharova & Andreas Breiter: Organisational Data Work and Its Horizons of Sense: On the Importance of Considering the Temporalities and Topologies of Data Movement When Researching Digital Transformation(s). [abstract]
  • Katharina Braunsmann, Korbinian Gall & Falk Justus Rahn: Discourse Strategies of Implementing Algorithmic Decision Support Systems: The Case of the Austrian Employment Service. [abstract]
  • Alina Wandelt & Thomas Schmidt-Lux: Infinite Expansion, Unlimited Access, Encompassing Comfort. An Analysis of the Effects of Digitalization in Libraries after 1995. [abstract]
  • Moritz von Stetten: Continuity and Change within the Digital Transformation of Psychotherapy. [abstract]
  • Julia Katherina Mahnken: Digital Transformations in Drug-Related Crime: Figurations, Interdependencies, and Balances of Power. [abstract]
  • Julia Binder & Ariane Sept: Debordered Materiality and Digital Biographies: Digital Transformation in Rural-Peripheral Areas. [abstract]
  • İrem Özgören Kınlı & Onur Kınlı: The Turkish Ordeal – A Historical-Processual Analysis of the Perception and Engagement of Elderly People in the Digital Transformation. [abstract]

47.2 - Drifting Apart/Transforming Cities

HSR Forum – Drifting Apart: The Dissociation of States from International Cooperation and its Consequences. (Matthias Dembinski & Dirk Peters)
Contributions
HSR Forum – Transforming Cities, Negotiating Centrality: Markets and Civic Buildings in Comparative Perspective (XVth c. – XXth c.). (Colin Arnaud, Nora Lafi & Alessandra Ferrighi)
  • Colin Arnaud, Alessandra Ferrighi & Nora Lafi: Transforming Cities, Negotiating Centrality: Markets and Civic Buildings in Comparative Perspective (XVth c. - XXth c.). An Introduction. [abstract]
Contributions
  • Anna Paulina Orłowska & Patrycja Szwedo-Kielczewska: Infrastructure and Centrality in Town during Annual Fairs. Three Polish Examples (1385–1655). [abstract]
  • Stefano D’Amico: The Governor, the Bishop, and the Patricians: The Contest for the Cathedral Square in Spanish Milan (1535–1706). [abstract]
  • Margarida Relvão Calmeiro: From Boundary to New Centrality. The Transformation of the Santa Cruz Monastery to Accommodate the New Facilities of the Liberal State During the Nineteenth Century. [abstract]
  • Beya Abidi-Belhadj: Transforming and Interpreting the Kasbah: The Negotiation of Centrality in Tunis. [abstract]

47.1 - Visibilities of Violence

Special Issue– Visibilities of Violence: Microscopic Studies of Violent Events and Beyond. (Thomas Hoebel, Jo Reichertz & René Tuma)
  • Thomas Hoebel, Jo Reichertz & René Tuma: Visibilities of Violence. On Visual Violence Research and Current Methodological Challenges. [abstract]
Contributions
I.  Facing Violence: Microscopic Studies with and without Audiovisual Data
  • Anne Nassauer: Video Data Analysis as a Tool for Studying Escalation Processes: The Case of Police Use of Force. [abstract]
  • Christian Meyer & Ulrich v. Wedelstaedt: Opening the Black Box: An Ethnomethodological Approach for the Video-Based Analysis of Violence. [abstract]
  • Laura D. Keesman & Don Weenink: Feel it Coming: Situational Turning Points in Police-Civilian Encounters. [abstract]
  • Susanne Nef & Friederike Lorenz-Sinai: Multilateral Generation of Violence: On the Theorization of Microscopic Analyses and Empirically Grounded Theories of Violence. [abstract]
  • Frithjof Nungesser: Studying the Invisible. Experiences of Extreme Violence as a Methodological Challenge. [abstract]
II.  Shifting Limitations: The Temporal Embedding and Unfolding of Violent Events
  • Wolff-Michael Roth: The Emergence and Unfolding of Violent Events: A Transactional Approach. [abstract]
  • Jo Reichertz: Escalation of Violence in Unclear Situations – A Methodological Proposal for Video Analysis. [abstract]
  • Ekkehard Coenen & René Tuma: Contextural and Contextual – Introducing a Heuristic of Third Parties in Sequences of Violence. [abstract]
  • Thomas Hoebel: Emplotments of Violence. On Narrative Explanations and their Audiovisual Data. [abstract]
III.  Challenging Research: Methodological, Theoretical and Ethical Problems of Analyzing Violence
  • Thomas Alkemeyer: The Embodied Subjectivities of Videography. [abstract]
  • Gesa Lindemann, Jonas Barth & Johanna Fröhlich: The Methodological Relevance of a Theory-of-Society Perspective for the Empirical Analysis of Violence. [abstract]
  • César Antonio Cisneros Puebla: Microsociology of Killing in Mexican Video Executions. [abstract]

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