Bruno Latour's scientific contributions

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... While SNA provided a powerful visual and analytical method to explore the PFPF networks, identify supply and demand side barriers and innovation processes, the method falls short of understanding human agency dynamics in social networks (Marshall & Staeheli 2015). A further extension of the framework could combine SNA with more reflexive approaches such as those offered by Actor Network Theory (Law & Hassard 1999;Latour 2005) to inform future hypothesis-based research on the processes by which the PFPF networks form, sustain, innovate, and change over time (Marshall & Staeheli 2015;Müller & Schurr 2016). Such analysis may also provide more nuanced perspectives on agency, the power dynamics in the transformation of food systems, and on intermediation and brokerage as forms of network-based political capital (Rossi et al. 2019;Turner et al. 2020). ...