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Competing imaginaries of science and social order in responsible (research and) innovation
Stevienna de Saille and Paul Martin

Frankenstein story, whose rejection sets the creature on its rampage, so that the cultural resonance of the monstrous regiment is always anti-progress and anti-science. These two inherently irreconcilable scripts, that of technology as simultaneously the saviour of humanity and a kind of monster factory, 2  As depicted in a new generation of films such as 28 Days Later (20th Century Fox, 2002) and World War Z (Paramount Pictures, 2013). 154 Science and the politics of openness and the public as simultaneously the eager beneficiary and the irrational (yet organised

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