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CHAPTERS: Energetic Chapters and Candidate Chapters

Authors ought to write concerning the sociotechnical features of the themes, not about all features of them. For instance, for the chapter on high-fructose corn syrup, an in depth rationalization of the manufacturing course of wouldn’t be applicable. Equally, within the chapter on playing, authors ought to ceaselessly relate playing to related applied sciences.

“Suggestions” will not be a part of chapter titles. They’re solutions to authors of topics which may assist them of their analysis.

Energetic Chapters

  • Meals and Vitality
    • Opposition to GMOs in Europe: Alicia Brasselle, Brendan Feeley, Mucui Lin
    • Patenting of GM seeds: Ben Doran, Jonathan Elliott, and Stacy Hollins
    • Corn, beef and feedlots: Kristen Bernard, Hannah Bindig, and Nate Wapner
    • Excessive-fructose corn syrup: Payam Abedi, Domenic Carr, and Samuel George
    • Corn ethanol in america: Joey Bose, Jesse Macadangdang, and Nate Wilson
    • Fashionable perceptions of nuclear energy: Shelby Codde, Kurt Enzinger, and Erin Hopke
  • Well being and medication
    • Fashionable hygiene: perceptions and practices: Erin Dale, Kelly Laustsen, and Cara Tuttle
    • Placebos: Robert Du, Calvin Li, and Elizabeth McCue
    • Child components (tip: Leah Margulies): Anna Blazier and Jackie Piccolo
    • Sick constructing syndrome (tip: Jeanne Stellman): Jenna Cunningham, Nina Ruhter, and Rebecca Worley
    • Soccer and concussions: L.J. Bowling, Dan Brown, Matt Chester
  • Mobility and land use
    • Bicyclists in cities: Jasmine Copeland, Christine Jogerst, and Lynna Nguyen
    • Congestion pricing: Mike Ferebee, Cody Smith, and Justin Toothman
    • City sprawl: Kendra Jones, Lauren Kaufmann, and Samantha Wassyng
    • Actual-time ridesharing: Matt Bloom, Jalen Ross, Preston Williams
  • Computer systems and the Web
    • Open-source motion: David Kamensky, William Hrochovina, and Kevin Leach
    • Digital voting: Michael Sales space, Warren French, and Scott Horton
    • Social networks: Adam McElhaney, Tommy Reese, and Steven Wexler
    • Avenue View: Rodrigo Sarlo, Skyler Steinbach, and Eddie Tillistrand
    • Second Life: Nick Engebretson, Emily Hillenbrand, and Jenna Sollner
    • Wikipedia: Mark Galligan, Nick Um, and Michael Wu
  • Moveable Electronics
    • Driving whereas texting (tip: Matt Richtel): Melissa Barron, Nikhita Karki, Joe Koerwer
    • Sociology of texting: Kevin Liu, Natasha Singh, and Chris Vaccarello
    • Norms of handheld system use: Alison Boboris, Justin Sinaguinan, and Jamie Wright
    • Walkman impact: Carlos Ceballos, Stephen Dang, and Eric Rodriguez
    • The Evolution of Texting: Emily Burns, Julia Freeburg, Eyitemi Moju-Igbene
  • Leisure and Media
    • Massively multiplayer on-line role-playing video games: Charles Antwi, Woosol Kim, and Timothy Smelser
    • Playing: Joseph Boyle, Richard Eisenberg, and Patrick Mutchler
    • Recreation addictions: Ross Magette, Leigh McMurrey, and Robert Molster
    • Proliferation of music manufacturing functionality: Lizzie Guarino, Chris Smith, and Ted Wyeth
    • From Cronkite to Stewart: TV Information throughout and after Community Hegemony: Todd Chatlos, Alex Guendel, and LeeAnn Li
    • Moe Anthropomorphism: Eric Chirtel, Richard Knoll, Andrew Bloom
  • Safety, Freedom, Privateness
    • Digital rights administration: Matthew Corridor and William Martin
    • Tazers and stun weapons: Charlie Cameron, Ash Chawan, and Ben Ellis
    • Ankle screens and different probation know-how: Lauren Cave, Kelly Findlay, and Sooin Lee
    • Worldwide drug trafficking and legislation enforcement: Janelle Prange, Adam Silver, and Piers Spencer
    • Air journey safety: Chris Higby, Borna Kazerooni, and Jess Tabacca
    • The US – Mexico border: Jeremy Cobb, Andrew Earnest, and Peter Williams
  • Sociotechnical theories and actions
    • The Singularity: Andrew Keith, David Schultz, and Lauren Sharpe

Candidate Chapters

The next chapters will not be energetic, however could also be added sooner or later. Authors might suggest chapters aside from these on this record; simply add them to the record.

  • Meals
    • Ogallala Aquifer
    • Hypoxic zones
    • Tube wells (tip: Dipankar Chakraborti)
  • Vitality
    • Clear coal (tip: as a contested concept, not as a reality)
    • Wind (tip: embrace its contested “greenness”)
    • Peak oil (tip: as a contested concept, not as a reality)
    • Biofuels
    • Photo voltaic vitality insurance policies (tip: why is Germany–a dim country–a world chief in photo voltaic?)
  • Well being and medication
    • Noise air pollution
    • “Medicalization” of psychological well being
    • Antibiotics in India
    • Energy traces and public well being (tip: Paul Brodeur)
    • Scientific trials
    • Opposition and resistance to vaccination
    • Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus
    • Weight problems and weight loss plan in america
    • Weight problems and bodily exercise in america
    • Dietary and bodybuilding dietary supplements
    • Malaria in Africa
    • Polio eradication in Nigeria
    • Water provide, sanitation and well being in growing international locations
    • Security, accountability and legal responsibility
  • Mobility and land use
    • Pedestrians in cities
    • Carpooling, HOV lanes, and ridesharing
    • Parking
    • Driving velocity enforcement
    • The Tata Nano and Mobility in India
    • Bicycles and bicycling within the Netherlands
    • Entry for the disabled
  • Environmental values and know-how
    • Greenwashing
    • Water bottles
    • Plastic baggage
    • Local weather change skepticism as a social phenomenon
    • The Louisiana Bucket Brigade and related citizen environmental teams
    • Vitality from trash
    • Nitrates within the atmosphere
  • Computer systems
    • Hacker tradition
    • Computer systems and gender
    • Digital divide
    • Program buying and selling; high-frequency buying and selling
  • The Web
    • Twitter and different social networks within the Iranian protests of 2009
    • Internet monitoring (suggestions: Julia Angwin, [x+1])
    • Monitoring of staff’ internet use by employers
    • Identification theft
    • Youtube
    • Cyberattacks
    • Cyber bullying and harassment
    • Cyberstalking and predation
  • Moveable Electronics
    • Compulsive connectivity (tip: Matt Richtel)
    • Handheld electronics in South Korea
    • Social features of cellphone cameras and video
    • Cell telephones in growing international locations
    • Cell telephones versus face-to-face interplay
  • Safety, Freedom, Privateness
    • Video surveillance in Nice Britain
    • Incarceration in America
    • Audio and video surveillance of legislation enforcement (suggestions: George Holliday, Simon Glik, Anthony Graber)
  • Sociotechnical theories
    • Path dependence (tip: qwerty)
    • Social management
    • Emergent habits (tip: Steven Johnson)
    • Safety motivation principle
    • Disintermediation
    • Panopticon
    • Jevons’ Paradox
    • Social development of know-how
    • Neo-luddism and technophilia

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