Table of contents for Reassembling the social : an introduction to actor-network-theory / Bruno Latour.

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Introduction: How to Resume the Task of Tracing Associations

Part I: How to Deploy Controversies About the Social World

1. Learning to Feed from Controversies

2. First Source of Uncertainty: No Group, Only Group Formation

3. Second Source of Uncertainty: Action is Overtaken

4. Third Source of Uncertainty: Objects Too Have Agency

5. Fourth Source of Uncertainty: Matters of Fact vs. Matters of Concern

6. Fifth Source of Uncertainty: Writing Down Risky Accounts

7. On the Difficulty of Being an ANT - An Interlude in Form of a Dialog

Part II: How to Render Associations Traceable Again

8. Why is it So Difficult to Trace the Social?

9. How to Keep the Social Flat

10. First Move: Localizing the Global

11. Second Move: Redistributing the Local

12. Third Move: Connecting Sites

13. Conclusion: From Society to Collective - Can the Social be Reassembled?

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Sociology -- Philosophy.
Social sciences -- Philosophy.
Social groups.
Social participation.
Social structure.
Organizational behavior.