Co-production is actually referenced extensively in the S&TS literature; in fact, it's referred to on the Wikipedia page for technology and society (not my edit!). I'll add other references, but at this point it's not a neologism - it's a conceptual framework.
Or perhaps this should be added to the technology and society page?
How to disambiguate between the already-existing entry for co-production? (So this page, if it should exist, can be called 'co-production' instead of 'co-production (in science and technology studies)'? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Stequoianie (talk • contribs) 20:18, 13 December 2007 (UTC)
- Well we need to work on the title because Co-production (in Science and Technology Studies) will really not work. I can do the disambig. I'm thinking co-production should fork into co-production (film) (existing page) and co-production (social science) (your contribution. If you agree, I can do the code for the change. Mbisanz (talk) 20:28, 13 December 2007 (UTC)
- Disambig done; all articles nee more edits :), I'd suggest expanding the articles you've created. I'm sure there are counterpoints, controversies, developmental histories, etc. Also, you seem to know your way around science and technology, so those articles are always in need of a good editor. Mbisanz (talk) 22:09, 13 December 2007 (UTC)
- thanks again Mbisanz! i'm actually in the process of moving and then leaving town for 3 weeks, so doubtful i'll get to improving this page and other science and technology pages within the next few days, but i'd Love (LOVE) to help with this when i return. interestingly enough, i was just asking my friends the other day: if you had to 'watch over' a few different pages on wikipedia, which ones would you choose? i'd definitely enjoy watching over some of the science and technology pages ;) —Preceding unsigned comment added by Stequoianie (talk • contribs) 05:14, 19 December 2007 (UTC)
Coproduction of public services by service users and communities
A page on a related topic, Coproduction of public services by service users and communities was recently created, which points up that the title of this page is probably too general, considering the relative specificity of the content (technology/society co-production). Not sure how best to sort that; probably moving this to a more specific title. Rd232 talk 12:48, 21 September 2009 (UTC)