Sociology and Technoscience <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong><em>SOCIOLOGY AND TECHNOSCIENCE</em> (E-ISSN 1989-8487)</strong>. <em>Sociología y tecnociencia</em> [second season] is a journal sponsored by the Universidad de Valladolid. It basic purpose is to fill a critical gap in Sociology. The central aim of the journal Sociology and Technoscience is to study, understand and analyze the social influence of the various scientific and technological or technoscientific activities (especially Sociology of Health and Sociology of Science and Technology).&nbsp;Sociology and Technoscience has a biannual periodicity and it follows the usual mechanisms of the academic journals.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Thematic Editors</strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Dra. Ursula Andrea Harman Canalle.Pontificia Universidad Católica de Perú. Perú.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Dr. Jesús A. Valero Matas. Gir Trans Real Lab, Universidad de Valladolid. Spain</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">&nbsp;</p> <p><em><strong>CALL FOR PAPERS</strong></em></p> <p><strong>PRESENT AND FUTURE OF STEM TRAINING: challenges and goals</strong></p> <p><strong>Deadline for receipt of articles: October 1, 2020</strong></p> <p><strong>Publication date: January 2021</strong></p> <p><strong>Scope</strong></p> <p>STEM Training (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics), is a concept widely used in scientific literature since it was coined in the 90s. The focus of this concept is clearly interdisciplinary and eminently practical, as a way to solve from science the future challenges of society.</p> <p>The little literature in Spanish generates uncertainties in topics such as the characteristics of STEM training both in primary and secondary studies, in university or in the connection between education and the workplace. This last aspect is especially important because a large part of current and future market niches need workers trained in STEM.</p> <p>Lastly, it is also necessary to reflect on the role of the social sciences and humanities within this STEM training and how it will be based on attending to the needs of today's societies and facing the great challenges that arise in the future.</p> <p><strong>Topics</strong></p> <ul> <li class="show">Current situation of STEM training.</li> <li class="show">Teaching STEM subjects in primary and secondary education.</li> <li class="show">Training needs of teachers in STEM subjects.</li> <li class="show">STEM and society training.</li> <li class="show">Needs for STEM profiles in the job market.</li> <li class="show">Role of social sciences and humanities in STEM training.</li> <li class="show">Art and creativity in STEM training. The concept of STEAM training.</li> <li class="show">STEM and gender training.</li> <li class="show">STEM in university studies</li> </ul> <p style="text-align: center;">&nbsp;</p> <p><a href=""><img src="" alt="" width="78" height="24"></a>&nbsp; &nbsp;<a href=";tip=sid&amp;clean=0"><img src="" alt="" width="16" height="16"></a>&nbsp;</p> <p><strong><em>&nbsp;<a href=";Word=cauriensia"><img src="" alt="" width="100" height="35"></a>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;</em></strong></p> <p style="text-align: center;">&nbsp;</p> Ediciones Universidad de Valladolid en-US Sociology and Technoscience 1989-8487 <p><a href="" rel="license"><img src="" alt="Licencia de Creative Commons"></a></p> <p><strong>Sociología y tecnociencia</strong>&nbsp;is licensed under a&nbsp;<a href="" rel="license">Creative Commons Reconocimiento-CompartirIgual 4.0 Internacional License</a>.</p> Presentation. Search and count the disappearance: techniques and methods <p>The "old" disappearance practices linked to the dictatorial regimes of the 70s in Latin America - which link with persistent forms of genocide and extermination of native populations - still have the news of everything that remains to be counted, discovered and judged. Together with these, we find today new forms of disappearance in which the perpetrator or cause is not always the State and when it is, its responsibility has to do many times more by omission than by action: feminicides and trafficking in women; migrants who disappear across borders from south to north (Mexico, the Mediterranean); multiple situations of violence and vulnerability (Guatemala, Colombia); there are even "without an apparent cause," ordinary disappearances. The examples abound and are the sign that the disappearance acquires a validity and persistence that we know undeniable. Moreover, the concept seems to have expanded and thus cover new situations, occur in other contexts, become more flexible, even universalized (Gatti, 2011, 2017). The disappearance is the concept that is used precisely to explain many of these situations for which the available vocabulary falls short</p> David Casado -Neira Ignacio Irazuzta María Martinez ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-01-30 2020-01-30 10 1 I III Counting/Telling the Death and Disappearance of Persons in Migratory Context <p>This article presents research results on the factualization systems around people’s death and disappearance, implemented by non-governmental and governmental actors, in Arizona (United States). These systems are social practices, which translate the experience (or “world”) into facts (or “reality”); in those systems, quantification plays an important role. We analyze two couple of factualization techniques: counting/mapping and listing/counting. We conclude with a threefold distinction in our case study: counting as quantification; counting as telling; and counting as mattering.</p> Paola Díaz Lize ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-01-30 2020-01-30 10 1 1 24 Counts, records and rescues: counting (and searching) practices of victims of sexual trafficking <p>Trafficking, especially sexual trafficking, has received an increasing attention in the last years. Many reports have been developed in order to give an account of the phenomenon: they generate numbers and create registers to help in the search of those victims. This article focuses on the practices of counting and searching of victims of sexual trafficking in order to open a debate on the (in)conmensurability of certain social phenomenon, our “epistemological vulnerability” to, finally, propose a wider conception of “to count”. The text is based on a bibliographical and documentary revision as well as on in-depth interviews with agencies (NGOs and the police) that work with victims of sexual trafficking in Spain.</p> María Martínez ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-01-30 2020-01-30 10 1 25 45 Strained Places: Researching Deathscapes of Francoist Regime <table> <tbody> <tr> <td> <p>Repression during and after the Spanish Civil War was selective and symbolic in terms of the means and places where the executions were carried out, and the subsequent disposal of the bodies. The difficulties in locating the precise burial sites has resulted in a landscape of places that go beyond their precise geographic locations, and constitute micro-landscapes of terror that are not encompassed by conventional coordinates, but are milestones that weave a history of places of tension.</p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> David Casado-Neira ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-01-30 2020-01-30 10 1 46 71 From the bone's passion to the pain of others: the experience of forensic anthropologists regarding the forced disappearance in Colombia <p>This paper presents the results of a research about the forms of relationship of forensic anthropologists with the forced disappearance in Colombia. The article analyses the way in which their technical expertise, knowledge and practices, dialogues, are deconstructed and rebuild in by virtue of his exposure to violent contexts, the link with to the pain and suffering of relatives, and because of the ways of emotional management of these experiences in their own life.</p> Juan Pablo Aranguren Romero Juliana Patricia León Suarez ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-01-30 2020-01-30 10 1 72 93 Searching is to investigate: search practices in the world of the disappearance in Mexico <p>Searching is a fundamental action in the world of disappearance in Mexico. So much that the disappeared is through the search or not. In this article the search will be analyzed as research practices. Search is to investigate because those who search have to get with techniques and knowledges to restore the existence of the disappeared person. Based on ethnographic observations and interviews with several agents, the article analyzes the search practices, the professions involved in them, the techniques that are implemented and the generation of knowledge that search produces.</p> Ignacio Irazuzta ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-01-30 2020-01-30 10 1 94 116 Disparities on the Internet Use among European Countries <p>Internet Use among European Countries has been analyzed attending data provided by the European Social Survey (2016). The present article aims to offer broader information regarding Internet use and remark existing disparities among participant countries on the Survey. Sociodemographic variables as gender, age, education level or country have been taken into consideration for presenting a descriptive analysis of data. Furthermore, the frequency of internet use and time spent online, both, have been examined to explore differences among them. Results and conclusions are presented for discussion.</p> Sabrina Femenia Mulet ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-01-30 2020-01-30 10 1 117 135 The Autonomous Car: A better future? <table> <tbody> <tr> <td> <p>This article wants to analyze the technical and social dimensions of the autonomous car . Much is talked about the autonomous vehicle, which holds a better future. where there will be fewer accidents, will change the way people act, will bring great social and industrial developments. These vehicles will improve the safety and quality of life of people, wider urban spaces, less pollution and endless progress according to the opinion of experts. The automobile industries as well as some technology companies are working hard, because they want to be the first to build a fully autonomous vehicle. But on the other hand, people do not know in what phase the vehicles are located, how many levels there are, how an autonomous car works, how it will affect the industry, the market and everyday life. There are many gaps and questions to ask, as well as we can solve cybercrime or ethical issues arising from driving, before autonomous cars operate.</p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> Jesús Alberto Valero-Matas Angie De la Barrera ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-01-30 2020-01-30 10 1 136 158 The events of transition towards adulthood in Spain. The influence of the factors that determine them <p>The process of transition to adult life in Spain is less linear than how it was developed in past decades. To finish the studies, to incorporate to the labor market, to emancipate residentially, the life as a couple and to assume the paternity implies a continuum that is not always reproduced in an equal way and where a certain degree of reversibility of the transition events exists. In any case, whether transitions are more or less normalized or standardized, factors that influence the experience of transition events are involved. This study had tried to assess some of the elements that the specialized bibliography considers relevant in the transition processes such as age, sex, level of studies completed, risk of poverty, economic situation or type of habitat where it resides. With the data offered by the ECV (LCA) (Living Conditions Survey), a multivariate logistic regression analysis has been carried out, where it has been observed the probability that each of the aforementioned transition events will occur and according to the variables or factors chosen.</p> Francisco Javier Sánchez Galán ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-01-30 2020-01-30 10 1 159 179 Who publishes in Sociology and Technoscience? <table> <tbody> <tr> <td> <p>This report reflects the activity of the journal <em>Sociology and Technoscience </em>from 2011 to 2019. It analyses the number of articles, male and female researchers, the aggregated men and women composition of articles’ signatures, the gender authorship, downloads and citations received by these articles.&nbsp; Therefore, we want to address the scientific quality of the journal and gender balance assessment.</p> </td> </tr> </tbody> </table> Ana María González Ramos ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2020-01-30 2020-01-30 10 1 180 185