Nelly Oudshoorn

articles and book chapters

Articles and book chapters 2000-2020

Oudshoorn, N. 2000 ‘The Co-construction of Contraceptive Technologies and Users’, In Saetnan, A., Oudshoorn, N., and Kirejczyk, M. (eds) Bodies of Technology. Women’s Involvement in Reproductive Medicine. Ohio: Ohio University Press.

Oudshoorn, N.E.J. (2000) ‘Imagined Men. Representations of Masculinities in Discourses on Male Contraceptive Technology’. In Saetnan, A., Oudshoorn, N., and Kirejczyk, M. (eds) Bodies of Technology. Women’s Involvement in Reproductive Medicine. Ohio: Ohio University Press.

Oudshoorn, N. (2000), ‘Au sujet des corps, des techniques et des feminismes’, in Delphine Gardey et Ina Lowy (eds) L’ Invention du naturel. Les sciences et la fabrication du feminin et du masculin,Paris: Editions des Archives contemporaines: Histoire des Sciences, des Techniques et de la Medicine, 31- 45.

Oudshoorn, N. (2000), ‘The Birth of Sex Hormones’, in: Londa Schiebinger (ed) Feminism and the Body. Oxford Readings in Feminism. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 87 – 118. Reprinted from the Journal of the History of Biology (1990), vol 23, nr.2, 42-83.

Oudshoorn, N. 2000. Technologie en zorg: voorbeeld van anticonceptiemiddelen voor vrouwen en mannen. In: Pil over Pil. Red. J.J.E. van Everdingen, O.P.Bleker, H.W. van Lunsen. Overveen/Alphen aan de Rijn: Belvedere/Medidact.

Brouns, M.L.M., van Oost E.C.J. en N.E.J. Oudshoorn, 2000., ‘Voorstudie ICT en maatschappij in verandering’, in: Raad voor Maatschappelijke Ontwikkeling. Ver weg en dichtbij. Over hoe ICT de samenleving kan verbeteren. RMO advies 15. Den Haag: Raad voor Maatschappelijke Ontwikkeling, 35 – 101.

Oudshoorn, N.E.J. 2001. ‘On Feminisms, Bodies and Technologies’ In Schiebinger,L. (ed) Feminism in 20th-Century Science, Technology, and Medicine. Chicago, Illinois: The University of Chicago Press.

Oudshoorn, N. 2001. “ Pourqoui elles en ont et pas eux. Les cles du succes commercial des hormones sexuelles feminines”. La Recherche, 6 (4), 2-7.

Rommes,E., Oost E., and Oudshoorn, N. 2001 “Gender in the Design of the Digital City of Amsterdam. In : Virtual Gender. Technology, Consumption and Identity. Green, E. and A. Adam(eds). London and New York: Routledge, 241-263

Oudshoorn, N. 2001. “Reproductie, normativiteit en het verschil (m/v)” In Ingebouwde normen. Medische technieken doorgelicht. Berg, M. en A. Mol. Utrecht: Van der Wees, 113-131

Oudshoorn, N. 2002. “Drugs for Healthy People: The Culture of Testing Hormonal Contraceptives for Women and Men.” In G.M. van Heteren, M. Gijswijt-Horstra, and E.M. Tansey. (eds).Biographies of Remedies: Drugs, Medicines, and Contraceptives in Dutch and Anglo-American Healing Cultures. Amsterdam, Atlantanta, GA: Rodopi, 79-92.

Kammen, J. van and Oudshoorn, N. 2002. Gender and Risk Assessment in Contraceptive Technologies. Sociology of Health & Illness, vol. 24, nr. 4, 436-461.

Oudshoorn, N. 2002. “Astronauts in the sperm world”: Die Neuverhändlung Männlicher Identitäten in Diskursen über Verhütungsmittel für Männer. In Wie Natürlich ist Geslecht? Gender und die Konstruktion von Natur und Technik. Editor(s): U. Pasero und A. Gottburgsen. Wiesbaden: Westdeutscher Verlag, 109-126

N.Oudshoorn. 2002. “Jenseits des Natürlichen Körpers. Die Macht bestehender Strukturen bei der Herstellung der “hormonalen” Frau.: In Auf den Spuren des Körpers in einer technogenen Welt

Editor(s): B. Duden und D. Noeres. Opladen: Leske + Budrich

N.Oudshoorn, A.R.Saetnan and M.Lie. 2002 . “ On Gender and Things: Reflections on an Exhibition on Gendered Artifacts.” Womens’ Studies International Forum 24 (4), 471-483

N.Oudshoorn. 2002, “Waar blijft de mannenpil? Over lastige hormonen, onwillige medici en ‘De Nieuwe Man’. Lover, 29 (4), 6-10

Oudshoorn, N. and T.Pinch (2003). How users and non-users matter. In Oudshoorn, N.E.J. and T.J.Pinch. (eds) (2003) How Users Matter. The Co-construction of Users and Technology. Massachusetts, MIT Press, 1-29.

Oudshoorn, N. 2003. Clinical trials as a cultural niche in which to configure the gender identities of users: the case of male contraceptive development. In Oudshoorn, N. and T.J.Pinch. (eds) (2003)How Users Matter. The Co-construction of Users and Technology. Massachusetts, Massachusetts: MIT Press, 209-229

Slooten, I., Rommes, E., Oudshoorn, N.E.J. (eds). 2003. Strategies of Inclusion. Gender and the Information Society. A Qualitative Interview Study of Female User Experiences. Report EU-IST program SIGIS, No. ST-2000-26329. Trondheim: NTNU

Rommes, E., Oost, E. en N.Oudshoorn. 2003. Gender in het ontwerp van de Digitale Stad. InDigitaal contact. Het net van de beperkte mogelijkheden. Kuipers, G., Kloet, J. d. en S. Kuik (red). Amsterdam: Amsterdams Sociologisch Tijdschrift. ISBN 90-806145-3-X

Oudshoorn, N., Rommes, E., and M. Stienstra. 2004. “Configuring the user as everybody: gender and design cultures in information and communication technologies.” Science, Technology and Human Values, 28 (4).

Oudshoorn, N., Brouns,M., and E. and Oost 2005. Diversity and Distributed Agency in the Design and Use of Medical Video-Communication Technologies. Inside the Politics of Technology. Hans Harbers (ed) Amsterdam University Press.

Ivo Maathuis, Lynsey Dubbeld en Nelly Oudshoorn. April 2006. Hartritmestoornissen diagnosticeren op afstand en de ervaringen van de patient. Patient Care.

Oudshoorn, N. and Somers, A. 2006. Constructing the digital patient. Patient organizations and the design of health web sites. Information, Communication and Society vol. 5.

Oudshoorn, N. 2008. Diagnosis at a distance. The invisible work of patients and healthcare professionals in cardiac telemonitoring technologies. Sociology of Health & Illness. vol 30, nr 2, 272-289. Winner of the Diana Forsythe Award of the American Medical Informatics Association, 2009

Oost, E. van, Verhaegh, S. and N. Oudshoorn (2009). From Innovation Community to Community Innovation: User-initiated Innovation in Wireless Leiden. Science, Technology & Human Values, 34 (2).

Oudshoorn, N. 2009. “Physical and digital proximity: emerging ways of health care in face-to-face and telemonitoring of heart-failure patients.” Sociology of Health & Illness, 31 (3).

Oudshoorn, N., Saetnan, A.R., and Lie, M. 2009. Du genre et des objets. Reflexions sur une exposition d’objets sexues. In: Elles@centrepompidou. Artistes femmes dans la collection du musee national d’art moderne, Centre de creation industrielle. Paris: Editions du Centre Pompidou.

Oudshoorn, N. 2009. Zorg op afstand. De politiek van draagbare ECG apparaatjes. In: Bolkestein, F. et al (eds). De Politiek der Dingen. Uitgeverij Damon.

Oudshoorn, N (2010). Technologies de la reproduction et identites des usagers: une co-construction. Le cas de la pilule masculine. In Reproduire le genre. Dorlin, E. et Fassin E (eds). Paris: Bibliotheque Centre Pompidou. Publique d’information, 35-45.

Van Oost,E., Verhaegh, S., and N.Oudshoorn (2010). Wi-Fi as Community-based Innovation. In: Hayes, V & W. Lemstra (Eds.) The genesis of Wi-Fi. Cambridge University Press, 263-287.

Oudshoorn, N. (2010). ‘Assessing Expectations. Promises and Silences in Discourses of Websites of Producers of Telecare Technologies’. Proceedings International Conference “Tentative Governance in Emerging Science and Technology – Actor Constellations, Institutional Arrangements & Strategies”, University of Twente, October 28-29, 2010

Oudshoorn, N. (2012) How Places Matter. Telecare Technologies and the Changing Spatial Dimensions of Healthcare. Social Studies of Science Volume 42 Issue 1, February 2012

Oudshoorn, N. (2012). Passieve consument passé – de gebruiker als actieve ontwikkelaar. Verbindingen verkend. Kennis uit het NWO-programma Netwerk van Netwerken in beeld gebracht. Den Haag_NWO, 8-13

Loon E. van, Oudshoorn, N. and R. Bal. (2014) “Studying Design and use of healthcare technologies in interaction: The social learning perspective in a Dutch quality improvement collaborative program”. Health, 6, 1903-1918. http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/health.2014.615223

Oudshoorn, N. (2015) How Places Matter. Telecare Technologies and the Changing Spatial Dimensions of Healthcare. Social Studies of Science Volume 42 Issue 1, February 2015

Kiran, A.H., Oudshoorn, N. and P-P. Verbeek (2015): Beyond checklists: toward an ethical-constructive technology assessment, Journal of Responsible Innovation, DOI: 10.1080/23299460.2014.992769

Oudshoorn, N. (2015). Sustaining Cyborgs. Sensing and tuning agencies of pacemakers and ICDs. Social Studies of Science.  February 2015; 45 (1), pp 56-76

Maathuis, I.J.H., Jones, V.M. and Oudshoorn, N.E.J. (2015). Telecare and self-management: a guideline for anticipating future care in scenario-based design. Interaction Design and Architecture(s) Journal – IxD&A, 23, 142-159.

Oudshoorn, N. and Neven, L. and Stienstra, M. (2016) ‘How diversity gets lost. Age and gender in design practices of information and communication technologies’. Journal of Women and Aging, vol. 28, nr 2, 2016

Maathuis, I. and N. Oudshoorn (2016) . “Technologies of Compliance?  Telecare technologies and self-management of COPD patients”  Eä journal . Special issue on “Healthism and Self-Care”, Issue # 7, Vol. 1, 2016

Oudshoorn, N. (2016). “Vulnerability of cyborgs. The case of ICD shocks”. Science, Technology and Human Values 2016

Oudshoorn, N. 2018. “Hybrid bodies and the materiality of everyday life: how people living with pacemakers and defibrillators reinvent everyday routines and intimate relations”. Sociology of Health & Illness, 40, 1, 171-187

Oudshoorn, N. 2018 Des medicaments a la recherché de maladies. In: La Sexe Biologique. Anthologie historique et critique. Volume 3. Les comportements sexuals. Thierry Hoquet (ed). Paris. Editions Hermann, 257-263.

Oudshoorn, N. 2019. ‘Placing Users and Nonusers at the Heart of Technology’. Handbook Science, Technology and Society. Perspectives and Directions. Cambridge University Press. Edited by Todd L. Pittinsky, Stony Brook University, State University of New York, 163-175

Oudshoorn, N. 2020. De veerkracht van ICD-dragers. Stichting ICD-dragers Nederland (STIN) Nieuwsbrief 2020-2 (juli 2020).

Boenink, M., Lente, H. van, Moors, E., Oudshoorn, N., Gardner, J., Balka, E., Green, E., Henwood, F., Lynch, R., and Farrinhton, C. 2020. Innovation. In Health, Technology and Society. Critical Inquiries. Webster, A. and S. Wyatt (Eds). Palgrave MacMillan, pp 15-75.