[CITASA] [Air-L] Technology in "unusual" places
nick.lalone at gmail.com
Sat Jan 25 14:04:59 EST 2014
It may have shown up already in suggestions but i've been enjoying the
Netnographic Encounters blog:
"This blog is for sharing the experiences and preliminary findings of a
graduate student conducting a year and a half of ethnographic fieldwork in
Penn State University
Information Science and Technology
On Sat, Jan 25, 2014 at 1:05 PM, Jen McCalister <jenmccalister at live.com>wrote:
> Thank you guys a lot for all the brilliant recommendations. I did a little
> "dig around" and found some insightful and interesting pieces. I thought
> I'd share them with you:
> Nemer, D.(2013). Materializing digital inequalities: the digital artifacts
> of the marginalized in Brazil. In Proceedings of the Sixth International
> Conference on Information and Communications Technologies and Development:
> Notes-Volume 2 (pp. 108-111). ACM.
> Nemer, D., Reed, P. (2013). Can a Community Technology Center be
> For-Profit? A case study of LAN Houses in Brazil. In Proceedings of the
> CIRN 2013 Community Informatics Conference. Prato, Italy.
> Vargas, J. H. C. (2006). When a Favela Dared to Become a Gated Condominium
> The Politics of Race and Urban Space in Rio de Janeiro. Latin American
> Perspectives, 33(4), 49-81.
> Zagal, J. P., & Bruckman, A. (2005). From samba schools to computer
> clubhouses: Cultural institutions as learning environments. Convergence,
> 11(1), 88-105.
> Dent, A. S. (2012). Piracy, circulatory legitimacy, and neoliberal
> subjectivity in Brazil. Cultural Anthropology, 27(1), 28-49.
> From: jenmccalister at live.com
> To: citasa at list.citasa.org
> Date: Fri, 24 Jan 2014 17:49:16 -0500
> Subject: [CITASA] Technology in "unusual" places
> Hello everyone,
> My name is Jen McCalister, I'm a PhD student at Northumbria University and
> I'm studying the use of technology in "unusual" places. I was wondering if
> you smart folks could recommend researchers or scholarly work that focus on
> technology in the Favellas / slums of Brazil?
> Thanks heaps.
> Jen McCalister
> PhD Student at Northumbria University
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