By Nannekke Redclift
Questions of private and non-private morality, values and offerings became very important components of collective discussion. A key characteristic of this e-book is that it takes an ethnographic instead of a philosophical or speculative method of ethical debates. This research examines the modern explosion of moral discourse within the public area and the growing to be value of ethical rhetoric as a side of social relations.
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Fra genetikk til bioteknologi, Norge 1900–2000 (The Tree of Life and the Code of Codes), Oslo: Gyldendal Akademisk Odner, K (1996) ‘Norsk makt, likhet og moral: eksempler fra Hedemarken’, (‘Norwegian power, sameness and morality: examples from Hedemark’), in 2 Norsk Antropologisk Tidsskrift 149–60 40 Contesting Moralities Ommundsen, Y and Aarø, LE (1994) Folk i Form til OL Kampanjen: En Evaluering Basert på Spørreundersøkelse i Voksenbefolkningen i 1990 og 1994 (Get Fit for the Olympics Campaign: A Survey Evaluation Amongst Adults 1990 and 1994), Bergen: HEMIL-senteret Rabinow, P (1996a) Essays on the Anthropology of Reason, Princeton: Princeton UP Rabinow, P (1996b) Making PCR: A Story of Biotechnology, Chicago: Chicago UP Reiss, MJ and Straughan, R (1996) Improving Nature?
Regulators subsequently issued strict guidance on GM ingredients (a lower limit for labelling was set at 2% of any single ingredient): We’re the strictest in the world. The 2% limit was a compromise that everyone could live with. (Regulator, fieldnotes) However, regulators were in principle committed to treating fairly not only consumers, environmentalists and food manufacturers, but also all those involved both willingly or unwillingly with genetic technology. During fieldwork an underlying anxiety emerged amongst regulators that genetics and biotechnologists weren’t being treated fairly by the political system.
However, their position as excluded and ostracised was brought home to me by the sight of one speaker wiping tears from his eyes in response to an ‘artistic interlude’. The artistic interlude came after the introductory speech to the conference, which had stressed the ‘need for biotechnologists to build bridges between the laboratory and industry’, to ‘bring science into the society’. There were a number of such cultural framing events, for instance the performance of medieval music and songs at the gala dinner.
Contesting Moralities: Science, Identity, Conflict (UCL) by Nannekke Redclift