Metaphors for Industrial Rationality: The Social Construction of Electronics Policy in the United States and France
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CitationDobbin, Frank. 1992. "Metaphors for industrial rationality: The social construction of electronics policy in the United States and France." In Vocabularies of Public Life: Empirical Essays in Symbolic Structure, ed. Robert Wuthnow, 185-206. New York: Routledge.
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