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Ciencia en Abierto en El LHC (CERN): Discursos Proclamados y Conductas

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Type: Thesis or Dissertation
Author: Pérez González, María de Lourdes
Date: 2012
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10535/8711
Sector: Information & Knowledge
Region: Europe
Subject(s): science
information commons
knowledge
public domain
peer-to-peer
Abstract: "Prevailing science is undergoing a change process in which different actors, norms and contexts are leading to a radically different way to discover and research, e-science. From the point of view of information, this new paradigm touches everything: resources, processes and outcomes, thus it is an imperative to know the construction of these new architectures of knowledge regarding issues such as access, opening or closing them. In this paper we approach to the cyberinfrastructure of the Large Hardon Collinder, LCH from the Centre Européenne pour la Recherche Nucléaire, CER,N and we do it, from the focus of the open science, ‘openness’, movement under construction which we try to inquire the scaffolding of their epistemology (knowledge as a common resource and public domain). For this we deconstruct, at first, the regulations at CERN, trying to trace its mesopolitics and discourse, its understandings and ways of conducting science in this current context. And ultimately, following other sociologists of science, we approached at a local research group from a Spanish university, part of the LHCb from the CERN collaboration to see how are shaping to these models of per-production, its reading, practices and behaviors in relation to issued / ignored discourses by the collaboration."

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