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Gary Alan Fine’s books

I have had a long-standing interest in the body of works that comprise Gary Alan Fine’s books, or his “phenomenology-based ethnography” as Dirk vom Lehn calls it in the preceding post. One has already been published on this blog. Authors of … Continue reading

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Authors of the Storm

Authors of the Storm: Symbolic Interactionists are not especially known for their approach to understanding weather. The main work on an interactionist understanding of weather prediction is the book by Gary Alan Fine “Authors of the Storm: meteorologists and the Culture of Prediction” … Continue reading

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Social Construction of Weather

First Published 29 May 2009 (subsequently revised) The Sociology of Weather Science: Introduction I stumbled my way into writing a paper on the sociology of weather science, when I was applying for residence in Australia. In 1974 I made several visits to Australia … Continue reading

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