By Michael Lynch
Michael Lynch's doctoral thesis and one of many first 3 laboratory experiences along Bruno Latour and Steve Woolgar's "Laboratory Life" and Karin Knorr-Cetina's "The Manufacture of Knowledge".
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G. *• i ^Í 'éj - . M. '. d. 7 Enlargement of a micrograph showing "intact" neural synapse This photograph is enlarged to approximately 40,000 X, and clearly shows visible features which were invoked as "criteria" for marking instances of intact axon terminals. " This latter anatomical structure was distinguished by the darkly stained (electron dense) membranal "thickening" adjacent to a synaptic gap. Note the distinct separation between the membranes of the axon terminal (1) and the synaptic spine (s).
A demonstration of such features (or of other features that would be discovered in a more intensive analysis) might be possible through the use of videotaping action sequences of lab work. For a variety of reasons, however, some of which have been mentioned in this chapter, video analysis might not be entirely appropriate to the phenomenon. Since, as noted previously, the continuity of a project is not a "real-time" continuity, sequential structures would not necessarily be discovered through the witnes sing of a continual stream of any person's or set of persons' activities.
For this to be done, an animal had to be killed, perfused, the brain extracted, "fixed," mounted on shdes, and placed under the electron microscope. Although the resultant photographs by no means resembled the original, naturalistically conceived "animal," they were numerically indexed to a particular animal and taken as the relevant visibility of that animal for the sake of the inquiry. Practical features of a project's sequence The above account of a project's sequence relies upon the formu lated integrity of a project's course to find in the formulation how "steps" or "tasks" were articulated with respect to one another in forming the "complete" sequence.
Art and Artifact in Laboratory Science: A Study of Shop Work and Shop Talk in a Research Laboratory (Studies in Ethnomethodology) by Michael Lynch