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Perspective of the Actor-Network Approach on Studies about Water
Current struggles related to water access and control require modifying how heterogeneous connections that water establishes with diverse technical, social and natural processes during its circulation are studied. Actor-network theory is a useful approach to this kind of analysis since it allows the researcher to observe the reality as a network of relationships among human and non-human actors. The use of this approach in studies about water is still relatively scarce, and its application maydoi:10.13136/isr.v9i1.217 fatcat:n7quux6epffq7grly774unx4v4