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A general theory of scientific/intellectual movements
S Frickel, N Gross
American sociological review 70 (2), 204-232, 2005
7922005
Interdisciplinarity: A critical assessment
JA Jacobs, S Frickel
Annual review of Sociology 35, 43-65, 2009
7842009
Undone science: Charting social movement and civil society challenges to research agenda setting
S Frickel, S Gibbon, J Howard, J Kempner, G Ottinger, DJ Hess
Science, Technology, & Human Values 35 (4), 444-473, 2010
7252010
The new political sociology of science: Institutions, networks, and power
S Frickel, K Moore
Univ of Wisconsin Press, 2006
4472006
Beyond the nature/society divide: Learning to think about a mountain
WR Freudenburg, S Frickel, R Gramling
Sociological Forum 10, 361-392, 1995
3591995
Science and neoliberal globalization: a political sociological approach
K Moore, DL Kleinman, D Hess, S Frickel
Theory and Society 40, 505-532, 2011
3522011
Chemical consequences: Environmental mutagens, scientist activism, and the rise of genetic toxicology
S Frickel
Rutgers University Press, 2004
2432004
Hurricane Katrina, contamination, and the unintended organization of ignorance
S Frickel, MB Vincent
Technology in society 29 (2), 181-188, 2007
2062007
Understanding environmental governance: a critical review
DJ Davidson, S Frickel
Organization & Environment 17 (4), 471-492, 2004
2062004
sociological perspectives
J Best, RC Bulman, JA Howard, MJ Milligan, R t Serpe, JL Shiao, ...
1831991
Ecological threat and the founding of US national environmental movement organizations, 1962–1998
EW Johnson, S Frickel
Social Problems 58 (3), 305-329, 2011
1402011
Building an interdiscipline: Collective action framing and the rise of genetic toxicology
S Frickel
Social Problems 51 (2), 269-287, 2004
1332004
The historical nature of cities: A study of urbanization and hazardous waste accumulation
JR Elliott, S Frickel
American Sociological Review 78 (4), 521-543, 2013
1242013
Untangling ignorance in environmental risk assessment
S Frickel, M Edwards
Powerless science, 215-233, 2014
1092014
Just science? Organizing scientist activism in the US environmental justice movement
S Frickel
Science as culture 13 (4), 449-469, 2004
892004
Digging Deeper: Mining‐Dependent Regions in Historical Perspective1
WR Freudenburg, S Frickel
Rural sociology 59 (2), 266-288, 1994
831994
Building environmental states: Legitimacy and rationalization in sustainability governance
S Frickel, DJ Davidson
International Sociology 19 (1), 89-110, 2004
802004
Privacy, technology, and norms: The case of smart meters
C Horne, B Darras, E Bean, A Srivastava, S Frickel
Social science research 51, 64-76, 2015
772015
Prospects and challenges for a new political sociology of science
S Frickel, K Moore
The new political sociology of science: Institutions, networks, and power, 3-31, 2006
752006
Evaluation and management strategies for per-and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFASs) in drinking water aquifers: perspectives from impacted US Northeast communities
JL Guelfo, T Marlow, DM Klein, DA Savitz, S Frickel, M Crimi, EM Suuberg
Environmental health perspectives 126 (6), 065001, 2018
702018
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