Abby Kinchy
Abby Kinchy
Professor of Science and Technology Studies, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
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Seeds, science, and struggle: The global politics of transgenic crops
A Kinchy
MIT Press, 2012
Organizing credibility: Discursive and organizational orthodoxy on the borders of ecology and politics
AJ Kinchy, DL Kleinman
Social Studies of Science 33 (6), 869-896, 2003
Citizen science: Probing the virtues and contexts of participatory research
AH Kimura, A Kinchy
Engaging Science, Technology, and Society 2, 331-361, 2016
Quiet voices in the fracking debate: Ambivalence, nonmobilization, and individual action in two extractive communities (Saskatchewan and Pennsylvania)
E Eaton, A Kinchy
Energy Research & Social Science 20, 22-30, 2016
Against free markets, against science? Regulating the socio‐economic effects of biotechnology
AJ Kinchy, DL Kleinman, R Autry
Rural sociology 73 (2), 147-179, 2008
Why ban bovine growth hormone? Science, social welfare, and the divergent biotech policy landscapes in Europe and the United States
DL Kleinman, AJ Kinchy
Science as Culture 12 (3), 375-414, 2003
Sense and influence: environmental monitoring tools and the power of citizen science
K Jalbert, AJ Kinchy
Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning 18 (3), 379-397, 2016
What is volunteer water monitoring good for? Fracking and the plural logics of participatory science
A Kinchy, K Jalbert, J Lyons
Fields of knowledge: Science, politics and publics in the neoliberal age, 2014
Citizen science and democracy: Participatory water monitoring in the Marcellus shale fracking boom
A Kinchy
Science as Culture 26 (1), 88-110, 2017
Science by the people: Participation, power, and the politics of environmental knowledge
AH Kimura, A Kinchy
Rutgers University Press, 2019
Fractured knowledge: Mapping the gaps in public and private water monitoring efforts in areas affected by shale gas development
A Kinchy, S Parks, K Jalbert
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 34 (5), 879-899, 2016
Can volunteers pick up the slack-efforts to remedy knowledge gaps about the watershed impacts of Marcellus Shale gas development
AJ Kinchy, SL Perry
Duke Envtl. L. & Pol'y F. 22, 303, 2011
Civil society research and Marcellus Shale natural gas development: results of a survey of volunteer water monitoring organizations
K Jalbert, AJ Kinchy, SL Perry
Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 4 (1), 78-86, 2014
Engaging the underground: An STS field in formation
AJ Kinchy, R Phadke, JM Smith
Engaging Science, Technology, and Society 4, 22-42, 2018
Anti-genetic engineering activism and scientized politics in the case of “contaminated” Mexican maize
AJ Kinchy
Agriculture and Human Values 27 (4), 505-517, 2010
Against the neoliberal steamroller? The Biosafety Protocol and the social regulation of agricultural biotechnologies
DL Kleinman, AJ Kinchy
Agriculture and Human Values 24 (2), 195-206, 2007
Dueling metaphors, fueling futures:“Bridge fuel” visions of coal and natural gas in the United States
JA Delborne, D Hasala, A Wigner, A Kinchy
Energy Research & Social Science 61, 101350, 2020
Epistemic boomerang: Expert policy advice as leverage in the campaign against transgenic maize in Mexico
A Kinchy
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 15 (2), 179-198, 2010
Boundaries in science policy making: Bovine growth hormone in the European Union
DL Kleinman, AJ Kinchy
The sociological quarterly 44 (4), 577-595, 2003
Disclosure conflicts: Crude oil trains, fracking chemicals, and the politics of transparency
A Kinchy, G Schaffer
Science, Technology, & Human Values 43 (6), 1011-1038, 2018
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