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  • ...attending with frequency the annual meetings of the Society for the Social Studies of Science (SSSS) and applying cyborgian perspectives to a wide research sp ..., non-human objects, and global cultural systems involving information and communication. Time and space, interfaces, and the construction of value are important to
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  • '''The 1st international congress on Web Studies''' ...gence is therefore of particular interest to this first edition of the Web Studies conference. Intelligence, here, is understood in a double sense: first, as
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  • ...ibe intimate human computer interaction, specifically in reference to "the communication of one person to the next without having physical interaction with that per ...er for shared knowledge to come about. The term also makes for just better communication with the use of the Internet a thoughts can be shared in seconds. Using the
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  • ...ive interventions in the debate and discussions concerning information and communication technologies and their policy frameworks, network cultures and their inform ...at experiment with the philosophy, politics and culture of information and communication technolgies.
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  • ...heses that alter the way in which genes are passed on. I don't know of any studies relating to the genetic basis for eyesight deficiencies and their presence ...ss it worked, but why edit it out? It did allow you to make the point that communication alone is not enough. It may require using symbols (including sounds) to rep
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  • ...h taken by The Prosthetic Impulse draws on disciplines ranging from gender studies, philosophy, and visual culture to psychoanalysis, cybertheory, and phenome Joanne Morra is Senior Lecturer in Historical and Theoretical Studies at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts
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  • ...y Virtual Community]] in Globalizing Networks: Computers and International Communication," Edited by Linda Harasim and Jan Walls [[MIT Press]]: June 1992. ...timations of Everyday Life: Ubiquitous Computing and the City]]." Cultural Studies, Volume 18, Numbers 2‚ 3, pp. 384-408, 2004 [pdf]
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  • ...nce and technology, the anthropology of science, or science and technology studies. ...se in Cyborg Anthropology, Digital Anthropology, or Science and Technology Studies please contact me at case@cyborganthropology.com.
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  • [[Category:Critical Studies]] [[Category:Cultural Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Books|Cell Phone, The: An Anthropology of Communication]] [[Category:Mobile Computing|Cell Phone, The: An Anthropology of Communication]]
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  • [[Category:Communication Studies]] [[Category:Critical Studies]]
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  • ...ch would inspire Motorola staff as we thought about the next generation of communication technology. ...r the cultures and societies in which it is used; it changes the nature of communication, and affects identities and relationships. It affects the development of so
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  • As node distance decreases, communication becomes more liquid, and digital geography between two people, thoughts, id [[Category:Cultural Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Cultural Studies]] [[Category:Communication Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Cultural Studies]] [[Category:Communication Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Cyborg Studies]] [[Category:Cultural Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Cultural Studies]] [[Category:Communication Studies]]
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  • ...draws upon recent work in visual culture, cognitive science, and new media studies, as well as examples of computer graphics, websites, and new media art, to [[Category:Communication Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Cultural Studies]] [[Category:Communication Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Cyborg Studies]] [[Category:Communication Studies]]
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  • [[Category:Critical Studies]] [[Category:Communication Studies]]
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  • ...ly optimistic views linked to the use of a technique known as "Facilitated Communication" [http://www.autism-resources.com/papers/LINK.htm]. ...istic children, the new iPad is an effective, portable device for teaching communication and social skills. It’s also way cool.
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  • *Wiener, Norbert ([1948]1985) Cybernetics: or Control and Communication in the Animal and the Machine, second edition. Cambridge: MIT Press ...larify how theory and methods from anthropology and science and technology studies will inform our discussions, as well as the sense of ‘digital cultures’
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  • ...ns of sociomaterial relations, informed by feminist science and technology studies. ...ns of sociomaterial relations, informed by feminist science and technology studies.
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  • Button, Graham, ed. 1992. Technology in working order: studies of work, interaction, and technology. London: Routledge. Jordan, Brigitte. 1996. Ethnographic workplace studies and CSCW. In The design of computer supported cooperative work and groupwar
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  • ...n," based on ubiquitous access to both computing and information. Handheld communication devices will become portable and even wearable remote control devices for b ...ure - Database Management & Information Retrieval - Geography - Population Studies
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  • ====Information Dashboard Design: The Effective Visual Communication of Data, by Stephen Few==== ...ut, more than a computer scientist, Raskin is a cognitive psychologist. He studies how the brain works with special emphasis on how that relates to us using c
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  • ...nt of your site and see what's attracting their attention. Do eye tracking studies if you really want to get into it. *infrastructure (surrounding resources for computation, communication, task performance...)
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  • *Attention to the essential human and communication aspects of successful projects *Case studies, examples, principles, strategies, techniques, and guiding properties
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  • == Cyborg Studies == == Urban Studies ==
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  • [[The Cell Phone: An Anthropology of Communication]] by Heather Horst and Daniel Miller [[Production Studies: Cultural Studies of Media Industries]] by Vicki Mayer (Editor)
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  • ...participants. Another great resource in this field is Mary Flanigan. She studies games and wrote a wonderful book called Critical Play that combines a view ...wo groups kind of blend together in an online space, and suddenly all that communication gets kind of muddy, it doesn't represent what happens in real life. So the
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  • ...f information can turn into information overload; the presence of multiple communication sources and devices may lead to the fragmentation of attention; and the eas ...Education of the Whole Person. ARTS: The Arts in Religious and Theological Studies, 16, 2.
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  • ...sis is an indispensable tool for resolving disputes where the parties to a communication disagree about whether the recipient was entitled to share it with others. ...associated with fostering this intimacy justify the costs of constraining communication. In this paper, I assume the correctness of that judgment, notwithstanding
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  • ...ns of post modernity and how they relate to psychological states regarding communication in the digital or hyperdigital. The institutions of the modern imagination i still think all this digitized communication is a deep long well like mirror that refers back to the self. the speed and
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  • [[Category:Communication Studies]] [[Category:Critical Studies]]
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  • ...izational behavior, economic anthropology, social organization, and gender studies. ...setting of practicing anthropologists, 3) knowledge utilization theory, 4) communication to clients and sponsors, 5) alternate modes of research and action, 6) hist
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  • ...software. She received her PhD from the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication at NYU in 2010. Her dissertation examined how people use social media to bo ...s and new media theory, information policy, online privacy, feminist media studies, online identity, participatory culture, consumer culture, celebrity and mi
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  • ...300px|thumb|right|Erica Robles, Assistant Professor of Media, Culture, and Communication at NYU.]] ...ry (HUMlab) at the University of Umeå, in Sweden. Robles holds a Ph.D. in Communication from Stanford University.
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  • ...el...We have taken rural thought out of the university museum and folklore studies in which it was bogged down. Le Cheval d’Orgueil...the autobiography of a ...chooses not to disclose some of this information on their tours (Personal Communication April 2001).
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  • ...arch in a way consistent with a commitment to honesty, open inquiry, clear communication of sponsorship and research aims, and concern for the welfare and privacy o ...sist students in securing professional employment upon completion of their studies.
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  • ...simple, necessary and enhanced on Facebook. The “Like” button augments communication and also allows the counterpart to learn human interests and behaviours. Fr ...gressive Embodiment in Virtual Environments." Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication 3, no. 2 (1997). http://jcmc.indiana.edu/vol3/issue2/biocca2.html (accessed
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