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  1. Jonathan Sterne (forthcoming). Quebec's #Casseroles: On Participation, Percussion and Protest. Theory and Event 15 (3).
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  2. Jonathan Sterne (2005). The Burden of Culture. In Michael Bérubé (ed.), The Aesthetics of Cultural Studies. Blackwell. 80--102.
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  3. Jonathan Sterne & Joan Leach (2005). The Point of Social Construction and the Purpose of Social Critique. Social Epistemology 19 (2 & 3):189 – 198.
  4. Jonathan Sterne (2001). Mediate Auscultation, the Stethoscope, and the “Autopsy of the Living”: Medicine's Acoustic Culture. [REVIEW] Journal of Medical Humanities 22 (2):115-136.
    The practice of mediate auscultation—listening to the body through a stethoscope—was at the center of new articulations of medical thought and practice in the 19th century. During that period, the stethoscope became the hallmark of medical modernity. This article offers a detailed examination of the work of RTH Laennec and other important writings on the stethoscope in order to argue for the centrality of a distinctive orientation toward listening in modern medicine. The development of mediate auscultation applied medical and scientific (...)
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