2010 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Geoffrey C. Bowker mostly deals with Cyberinfrastructure, Knowledge management, Management, Politics and Variety. The Cyberinfrastructure study combines topics in areas such as Science, technology, society and environment education, Science education, Science communication and Sociology of scientific knowledge. His work carried out in the field of Knowledge management brings together such families of science as Bridge and Social informatics.
His Management research includes themes of Multidisciplinary approach and Engineering management. His Politics research incorporates themes from The Internet and Information infrastructure. Variety is closely attributed to Alliance in his work.
Geoffrey C. Bowker focuses on Knowledge management, Epistemology, Data science, Engineering ethics and Cyberinfrastructure. Geoffrey C. Bowker has included themes like Standardization and Information infrastructure in his Knowledge management study. His Information infrastructure research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Interoperability and Cross-domain interoperability.
His Epistemology research incorporates elements of Social psychology, Historiography, Politics and Reading. Geoffrey C. Bowker combines Politics and Nursing Interventions Classification in his research. His study looks at the intersection of Data science and topics like Information science with Operations research.
Geoffrey C. Bowker mainly investigates Cyberinfrastructure, Engineering design process, Component, Data science and Knowledge management. His studies in Cyberinfrastructure integrate themes in fields like Collective action and Cognitive science. His Component study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Sociotechnical system and Design process.
His research in Data science intersects with topics in Computer security, Metadata and Face. Geoffrey C. Bowker connects Knowledge management with Research information in his research. Data sharing combines with fields such as Interoperability and Scientific communication in his work.
Geoffrey C. Bowker spends much of his time researching Management, Engineering ethics, Control engineering, Engineering design process and Component. His study ties his expertise on Iterative design together with the subject of Control engineering.
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Sorting Things Out: Classification and Its Consequences
Geoffery C. Bowker;Susan Leigh Star.
The multiple bodies of the medical record : Toward a sociology of an artifact
Marc Berg;Geoffrey Bowker.
Sociological Quarterly (1997)
Introduction: An Agenda for Infrastructure Studies
Paul N. Edwards;Geoffrey C. Bowker;Steven J. Jackson;Robin Williams.
Journal of the Association for Information Systems (2009)
Understanding Infrastructure: Dynamics, Tensions, and Design
Paul N. Edwards;Steven J. Jackson;Geoffrey C. Bowker;Cory Philip Knobel.
Promoting Access to Public Research Data for Scientific, Economic, and Social Development
Peter W. Arzberger;Peter Schroeder;Anne Beaulieu;Geoffrey C. Bowker.
Data Science Journal (2004)
How to Infrastructure
Susan Leigh Star;Geoffrey C. Bowker.
Knowledge Infrastructures: Intellectual Frameworks and Research Challenges
Paul N. Edwards;Steven J. Jackson;Melissa K. Chalmers;Geoffrey C. Bowker.
Deep Blue (2013)
Science on the Run: Information Management and Industrial Geophysics at Schlumberger, 1920-1940
Edward W. Constant;Geoffrey C. Bowker.
Technology and Culture (1996)
Understanding infrastructure: History, heuristics and cyberinfrastructure policy
Steven J. Jackson;Paul N. Edwards;Geoffrey C. Bowker;Cory P. Knobel.
First Monday (2007)
Values in design
Cory Knobel;Geoffrey C. Bowker.
Communications of The ACM (2011)
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