Scott is Associate Professor of Sociology at Washington State University where he examines the intersection of environment, science, technology, and social movements. His research has appeared in a wide range of disciplinary and interdisciplinary journals, including American Sociological Review, Annual Review of Sociology, Science, Theory and Society, Technology and Human Values, and Environmental Science and Policy. He is author of Chemical Consequences: Environmental Mutagens, Scientist Activism, and the Rise of Genetic Toxicology (Rutgers, 2004) and co-editor with Kelly Moore of The New Political Sociology of Science: Institutions, Networks, and Power (Wisconsin, 2006), and is past recipient of the Robert K. Merton Book Award, the Star-Nelkin Paper Award, and the Hacker-Mullins Student Paper Award, all given by the American Sociological Association Section on Science, Knowledge and Technology.
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