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Technoscience and Citizenship.

By: Delgado, Ana.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.The International Library of Ethics, Law and Technology: Publisher: Cham : Springer International Publishing, 2017Copyright date: ©2016Description: 1 online resource (205 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9783319324142.Subject(s): EthicsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Technoscience and Citizenship: Ethics and Governance in the Digital SocietyDDC classification: 170 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Foreword -- Contents -- Introduction: Technoscientific Governance - The Ethics and Citizenship of New and Emerging Technologies -- Technoscientific Governance: Ethics and the Life World of Citizens in a Digital Society -- Governing Citizens' Bodies, Movements and Space(s): The Chapters of the Book -- References -- Part I: The Governance of Emerging Technologies -- Chapter 1: Democracy, Ethics and the Governance of Emerging Science and Technology -- 1.1 The Governance of Science and Technology -- 1.2 Historical Snapshots on the Path to the Innovation Union -- 1.3 Contemporary Challenges -- References -- Chapter 2: 'The Public Spectre': A Critical Concept of Public Engagement with Technology -- 2.1 Confronting Technology: Accommodating to Threatening Events -- 2.2 Techno-politics: Trust, Risk and the Crisis of Representation -- 2.2.1 The Crisis of Representative Democracy: Exercising and Experiencing Public Life -- 2.3 Sparking Publics into Being: The Dynamics of Formation -- 2.3.1 The Politics of the Phantom Public -- 2.4 The Notion of the Public Spectre: Towards Pragmatic Grounds -- 2.5 Conclusion: Invoking the Crowds -- References -- Part II: Governing the Human Body and Mind -- On Modification and Enhancement Technologies -- Chapter 3: Cochlear Implantation: Exploring Technoscience and Designs on Citizenship -- 3.1 Introduction: Cochlear Implantation as a Social Technology -- 3.2 The World of Technoscience: Designs on Citizenship -- 3.3 A World of Medical Expert Knowledge -- 3.4 An Everyday Technological World -- 3.5 Cochlear Implant: A Matter of Ethics and Voice -- 3.6 An Ethical World: Towards an Existential Politics -- 3.7 Conclusion: Technoscience, Social Life and Citizenship -- References -- Chapter 4: The Modification of the Human Body: Controversies -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 The Body and Its Limits.
4.3 Reasons, Justifications and Controversies -- 4.3.1 Controversy 1 - Freedom as the Master Value of Society? -- 4.3.2 Controversy 2 - Is There a Difference Between Treatment and Enhancement? -- 4.3.3 Controversy 3 - Is Enhancing Only the Rich Unjust? -- 4.3.4 Controversy 4 - How Far Should We Go? -- 4.4 Technolife Coda -- References -- Chapter 5: New Options and Identities: Body Enhancement in Science Fiction Narrative -- 5.1 Introduction: Science Fiction and Body Enhancement -- 5.2 Modifying the Human Body -- 5.3 Imaging Democracy and Governance -- 5.4 Modified Bodies, Cyborgs and Implant -- 5.5 Emerging Identities and Worlds -- 5.6 Identity in the World of Technical Reproducibility -- 5.7 Living in a Digital World -- 5.8 By Way of Conclusion: The Role of Science Fiction in Learning About the Future -- References -- Part III: Governing Citizen's Movements -- On Biometrics, Securitization and Surveillance -- Chapter 6: The Fifth Freedom and the Burden of Executive Power -- 6.1 Instrumentality and Practical Utility -- 6.2 Mobilities: Associations and Relations -- 6.2.1 Politics of Cohesion -- 6.3 Mobility Controls and the Fifth Freedom -- 6.3.1 Self-Censoring Publics -- 6.4 Keeping What Safe? -- References -- Chapter 7: How Do Violations of Privacy and Moral Autonomy Threaten the Basis of Our Democracy? -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 The Value of Privacy -- 7.3 Case Study of Second-Generation Biometrics Technology: Security Versus Privacy -- 7.3.1 Intelligent Information System Supporting Observation, Searching and Detection for Security of Citizens in Urban Environment (INDECT) -- 7.3.2 Automatic Detection of Abnormal Behavior and Threats in Crowded Spaces (ADABTS) -- 7.4 Ethical Values at Stake -- 7.5 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 8: Introducing Biometrics in the European Union: Practice and Imagination -- 8.1 Introduction.
8.2 A Transforming Vision -- 8.3 Introducing Biometrics in the EU -- 8.4 Seeing Like a Union? -- 8.5 Conclusion -- References -- Part IV: Governing Spaces -- On Space Technologies and New Forms of Visibility -- Chapter 9: Digital Globes: Layers of Meaning and Technology, Redefining Geographies and Communities -- 9.1 Imagining and Constructing Space -- 9.1.1 The Rise of the Digital -- 9.1.2 The Rise of the Internet -- 9.2 New Configurations of Space -- 9.2.1 Earth Communities? -- 9.2.2 Digital Globes -- 9.2.3 Lay Cartographers: Sensoring and Layering the Earth -- 9.2.4 Living in a Privatised World? -- 9.3 Discussion and Concluding Remarks -- References -- Chapter 10: Beyond Professional Ethics: GIS, Codes of Ethics, and Emerging Challenges -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Preliminary Mapping of GIS Ethical Issues -- 10.2.1 Some Lessons Taught by Information Ethics: The PAPA Issues -- 10.2.1.1 Privacy -- 10.2.1.2 Accuracy -- 10.2.1.3 Property -- 10.2.1.4 Access -- 10.2.2 PAPA as an Ethical Dilemma -- 10.2.3 Technical Logic Versus Social Logic -- 10.2.4 Going Beyond PAPA: The Specificity of Ethical Issues Associated with GIS -- 10.2.4.1 Space as a Constructed Object -- 10.2.4.2 Individual Identity and Living Space -- 10.2.4.3 The Issues of Scope and Scale: From Technical to Human Issues -- 10.3 Professional Codes of Ethics: Issues and Challenges -- 10.3.1 Where Do Professional Ethics Come From? -- 10.3.2 Modern Codes of Ethics -- 10.4 GIS Professional Ethics: Achievements and Limits -- 10.4.1 Do GIS Practitioners Need their Own Professional Ethics? -- 10.4.2 The URISA Code of Ethics -- 10.4.3 The URISA Code of Ethics for GIS Practitioners: An Appropriate Charter? -- 10.5 Conclusion: Rethinking the Expert-Lay Interplay for GIS -- References -- Chapter 11: Geoengineering: Reflections on Current Debates -- 11.1 Introduction.
11.2 Exploring Geoengineering Debates -- 11.2.1 Debates Around the Definition of Geoengineering -- 11.3 Unveiling the Multiple Narratives Behind Geoengineering Discourses -- 11.3.1 Geoengineering Research and Experimentation -- 11.3.2 Geoengineering Regulation and Governance -- 11.3.3 Geoengineering Implementation and Misuse -- 11.4 Concluding Remarks: Furthering the 'Democratisation and De-alienation' of the Geoengineering Debate -- References -- Coda: Governing Technological Emergence in the Digital Society: Political Tensions and Ethical Dilemmas -- References.
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Foreword -- Contents -- Introduction: Technoscientific Governance - The Ethics and Citizenship of New and Emerging Technologies -- Technoscientific Governance: Ethics and the Life World of Citizens in a Digital Society -- Governing Citizens' Bodies, Movements and Space(s): The Chapters of the Book -- References -- Part I: The Governance of Emerging Technologies -- Chapter 1: Democracy, Ethics and the Governance of Emerging Science and Technology -- 1.1 The Governance of Science and Technology -- 1.2 Historical Snapshots on the Path to the Innovation Union -- 1.3 Contemporary Challenges -- References -- Chapter 2: 'The Public Spectre': A Critical Concept of Public Engagement with Technology -- 2.1 Confronting Technology: Accommodating to Threatening Events -- 2.2 Techno-politics: Trust, Risk and the Crisis of Representation -- 2.2.1 The Crisis of Representative Democracy: Exercising and Experiencing Public Life -- 2.3 Sparking Publics into Being: The Dynamics of Formation -- 2.3.1 The Politics of the Phantom Public -- 2.4 The Notion of the Public Spectre: Towards Pragmatic Grounds -- 2.5 Conclusion: Invoking the Crowds -- References -- Part II: Governing the Human Body and Mind -- On Modification and Enhancement Technologies -- Chapter 3: Cochlear Implantation: Exploring Technoscience and Designs on Citizenship -- 3.1 Introduction: Cochlear Implantation as a Social Technology -- 3.2 The World of Technoscience: Designs on Citizenship -- 3.3 A World of Medical Expert Knowledge -- 3.4 An Everyday Technological World -- 3.5 Cochlear Implant: A Matter of Ethics and Voice -- 3.6 An Ethical World: Towards an Existential Politics -- 3.7 Conclusion: Technoscience, Social Life and Citizenship -- References -- Chapter 4: The Modification of the Human Body: Controversies -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 The Body and Its Limits.

4.3 Reasons, Justifications and Controversies -- 4.3.1 Controversy 1 - Freedom as the Master Value of Society? -- 4.3.2 Controversy 2 - Is There a Difference Between Treatment and Enhancement? -- 4.3.3 Controversy 3 - Is Enhancing Only the Rich Unjust? -- 4.3.4 Controversy 4 - How Far Should We Go? -- 4.4 Technolife Coda -- References -- Chapter 5: New Options and Identities: Body Enhancement in Science Fiction Narrative -- 5.1 Introduction: Science Fiction and Body Enhancement -- 5.2 Modifying the Human Body -- 5.3 Imaging Democracy and Governance -- 5.4 Modified Bodies, Cyborgs and Implant -- 5.5 Emerging Identities and Worlds -- 5.6 Identity in the World of Technical Reproducibility -- 5.7 Living in a Digital World -- 5.8 By Way of Conclusion: The Role of Science Fiction in Learning About the Future -- References -- Part III: Governing Citizen's Movements -- On Biometrics, Securitization and Surveillance -- Chapter 6: The Fifth Freedom and the Burden of Executive Power -- 6.1 Instrumentality and Practical Utility -- 6.2 Mobilities: Associations and Relations -- 6.2.1 Politics of Cohesion -- 6.3 Mobility Controls and the Fifth Freedom -- 6.3.1 Self-Censoring Publics -- 6.4 Keeping What Safe? -- References -- Chapter 7: How Do Violations of Privacy and Moral Autonomy Threaten the Basis of Our Democracy? -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 The Value of Privacy -- 7.3 Case Study of Second-Generation Biometrics Technology: Security Versus Privacy -- 7.3.1 Intelligent Information System Supporting Observation, Searching and Detection for Security of Citizens in Urban Environment (INDECT) -- 7.3.2 Automatic Detection of Abnormal Behavior and Threats in Crowded Spaces (ADABTS) -- 7.4 Ethical Values at Stake -- 7.5 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 8: Introducing Biometrics in the European Union: Practice and Imagination -- 8.1 Introduction.

8.2 A Transforming Vision -- 8.3 Introducing Biometrics in the EU -- 8.4 Seeing Like a Union? -- 8.5 Conclusion -- References -- Part IV: Governing Spaces -- On Space Technologies and New Forms of Visibility -- Chapter 9: Digital Globes: Layers of Meaning and Technology, Redefining Geographies and Communities -- 9.1 Imagining and Constructing Space -- 9.1.1 The Rise of the Digital -- 9.1.2 The Rise of the Internet -- 9.2 New Configurations of Space -- 9.2.1 Earth Communities? -- 9.2.2 Digital Globes -- 9.2.3 Lay Cartographers: Sensoring and Layering the Earth -- 9.2.4 Living in a Privatised World? -- 9.3 Discussion and Concluding Remarks -- References -- Chapter 10: Beyond Professional Ethics: GIS, Codes of Ethics, and Emerging Challenges -- 10.1 Introduction -- 10.2 Preliminary Mapping of GIS Ethical Issues -- 10.2.1 Some Lessons Taught by Information Ethics: The PAPA Issues -- 10.2.1.1 Privacy -- 10.2.1.2 Accuracy -- 10.2.1.3 Property -- 10.2.1.4 Access -- 10.2.2 PAPA as an Ethical Dilemma -- 10.2.3 Technical Logic Versus Social Logic -- 10.2.4 Going Beyond PAPA: The Specificity of Ethical Issues Associated with GIS -- 10.2.4.1 Space as a Constructed Object -- 10.2.4.2 Individual Identity and Living Space -- 10.2.4.3 The Issues of Scope and Scale: From Technical to Human Issues -- 10.3 Professional Codes of Ethics: Issues and Challenges -- 10.3.1 Where Do Professional Ethics Come From? -- 10.3.2 Modern Codes of Ethics -- 10.4 GIS Professional Ethics: Achievements and Limits -- 10.4.1 Do GIS Practitioners Need their Own Professional Ethics? -- 10.4.2 The URISA Code of Ethics -- 10.4.3 The URISA Code of Ethics for GIS Practitioners: An Appropriate Charter? -- 10.5 Conclusion: Rethinking the Expert-Lay Interplay for GIS -- References -- Chapter 11: Geoengineering: Reflections on Current Debates -- 11.1 Introduction.

11.2 Exploring Geoengineering Debates -- 11.2.1 Debates Around the Definition of Geoengineering -- 11.3 Unveiling the Multiple Narratives Behind Geoengineering Discourses -- 11.3.1 Geoengineering Research and Experimentation -- 11.3.2 Geoengineering Regulation and Governance -- 11.3.3 Geoengineering Implementation and Misuse -- 11.4 Concluding Remarks: Furthering the 'Democratisation and De-alienation' of the Geoengineering Debate -- References -- Coda: Governing Technological Emergence in the Digital Society: Political Tensions and Ethical Dilemmas -- References.

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<p>Ana Delgado is a researcher at the Centre for the Study of the Sciences and the Humanities at the University of Bergen, Norway. Her research interest has been on how biological objects are stabilized, legitimized and made public. Her work combines approaches from STS, political theory and social anthropology. She is currently doing research on digital biology, open science, and the emergence of new social movements in the intersection between science and politics. She has published on diverse topics in journals such as Public Understanding of Science, Science Communication, Geoforum and Nature Nanotechnology, among others. </p>

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