Sally Wyatt
Sally Wyatt
Professor of Digital Cultures, Maastricht University
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‘Ignorance is bliss sometimes’: constraints on the emergence of the ‘informed patient’in the changing landscapes of health information
F Henwood, S Wyatt, A Hart, J Smith
Sociology of health & Illness 25 (6), 589-607, 2003
Non-users also matter: The construction of users and non-users of the Internet
SME Wyatt
Now users matter: The co-construction of users and technology, 67-79, 2003
Technological determinism is dead; long live technological determinism
S Wyatt
The handbook of science and technology studies 3, 165-180, 2008
They came, they surfed, they went back to the beach: Conceptualizing
S Wyatt, G Thomas, T Terranova
Virtual society, 23-40, 2002
The use of foreign patenting as an internationally comparable science and technology output indicator
LG Soete, SME Wyatt
Scientometrics 5, 31-54, 1983
The role of the Internet in patient-practitioner relationships: findings from a qualitative research study
A Hart, F Henwood, S Wyatt
Journal of medical Internet research 6 (3), e50, 2004
Technology and in/equality: Questioning the information society
S Wyatt, F Henwood, N Miller, P Senker
Psychology Press, 2000
The digital divide, health information and everyday life
S Wyatt, F Henwood, A Hart, J Smith
New Media & Society 7 (2), 199-218, 2005
Danger! Metaphors at work in economics, geophysiology, and the Internet
S Wyatt
Science, technology, & human values 29 (2), 242-261, 2004
Writing from experience: Presentations of gender identity on weblogs
N Van Doorn, L Van Zoonen, S Wyatt
European journal of women's studies 14 (2), 143-158, 2007
Health, technology and society
A Webster, S Wyatt
Springer Singapore, 2020
Shaping cyberspace—Interpreting and transforming the Internet
G Thomas, S Wyatt
Research Policy 28 (7), 681-698, 1999
Multinationals and industrial property: the control of the world's technology
GY Bertin, S Wyatt
Humanities Press, 1988
What a difference a colon makes: How superficial factors influence subsequent citation
M Van Wesel, S Wyatt, J ten Haaf
Scientometrics 98, 1601-1615, 2014
Turning to ontology in STS? Turning to STS through ‘ontology’
B Van Heur, L Leydesdorff, S Wyatt
Social studies of science 43 (3), 341-362, 2013
Researcher engagement with web archives: State of the art
M Dougherty, ET Meyer, CMC Madsen, C Van den Heuvel, A Thomas, ...
Joint Information Systems Committee Report, 2010
Counseling customers: emerging roles for genetic counselors in the direct-to-consumer genetic testing market
A Harris, SE Kelly, S Wyatt
Journal of genetic counseling 22, 277-288, 2013
Critical perspectives on technologies, in/equalities and the information society
F Henwood, S Wyatt, N Miller, P Senker
Technology and In/equality, 13-30, 2002
Access is not the only problem: Using and controlling the Internet
G Thomas, S Wyatt
Technology and in/equality, 33-57, 2002
The Gift of Spit (And the Obligation to Return it) How consumers of online genetic testing services participate in research
A Harris, S Wyatt, SE Kelly
Information, Communication & Society 16 (2), 236-257, 2013
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