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Considers the practical and epistemological necessity of collaborative research in the development of new sciences and technologies that are attentive to questions of ethics and justice. Open to students in all divisions. Also offered as Sociology 268A (students cannot receive credit for both courses). Enrollment by permission of instructor. Enrollment restricted to graduate students. J. Reardon, K. Barad
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