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Stefanie Jenssen is a postdoctoral researcher at TIK Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture at the University of Oslo, Norway. Her research interests include Science and Technology Studies (STS), material semiotics, feminist studies, Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), the Internet of Things, reflexivity, ethnographic theory and methods, as well as foresight and scenario methods in public governance and research policy.

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  • Jenssen, Stefanie (2010). Foresight Between Uncertainty and Convention: an ethnographic study of research policy foresight at the Research Council of Norway. PhD Thesis, University of Oslo 2010. Centre for Technology, Innovation and Culture (TIK), Faculty of Social Science, University of Oslo.  216 s.

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  • Jenssen, Stefanie (2006). Future Scenarios and Strategy Work – the Case of Foresight on ICT Research at the Norwegian Research Council.
  • Jenssen, Stefanie (2006). Responsibility and Reflexivity: Organising Foresight as a Political Project in the Making, (Vitenskapelig Foredrag og Paper).
  • Jenssen, Stefanie (2004, 23. juli). De mulige fremtider.  Morgenbladet.
  • Jenssen, Stefanie (2004). The Emergence of Textuality in Foresight Practises.
  • Jenssen, Stefanie (2002). How to Avoid the Void in Digital Learning Environments?.
  • Jenssen, Stefanie (2002). Stories for Translation: Strategies for New Networks to Change Old Routines.
  • Jenssen, Stefanie (2001). Institusjonenes satsing på informasjons- og kommunikasjonsteknologi (IKT) i lærerutdanningen (første prosjektår) : ekstern rapport skrevet på oppdrag fra KUF juli 2001.
  • Jenssen, Stefanie (1996). Without a textual place: identity, technology and desire in contemporary science fiction.

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