Kyoko Sato

Kyoko Sato is associate director of the program in Science, Technology, and Society at Stanford University. Her research investigates how culture and politics intersect in the development of sociotechnical systems in different national contexts. Her current project examines nuclear governance in Japan and the United States before and after the 2011 Fukushima disaster. Her recent publications include “Cultural Politics of Food Safety: Genetically Modified Food in France, Japan and the United States”; “Genetically Modified Food in France: Symbolic Transformation and the Policy Paradigm Shift”; and she co-authored “Narrating Fukushima: Scales of a Nuclear Meltdown.”

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