Tag: ICT

#Review: Genocide Never Sleeps

Deniz Yonucu , July 13th, 2020


Genocide Never Sleeps is an in-depth analysis of the inner workings of the contested terrain of international criminal law from an anthropological perspective. Targeting a broad audience that…


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Book Review: Children and Media in India: Narratives of Class, Agency and Social Change by Shakuntala Banaji

Rose Deller , February 8th, 2018


In Children and Media in India: Narratives of Class, Agency and Social Change, Shakuntala Banaji draws on extensive fieldwork research to offer a rich and textured account of the place of…


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#Ageing and #technology: Whose concerns?

Tanja Ahlin , December 24th, 2016


I take issue with innovation. To be sure, I admire the creative and practical potential of it, which is what most innovation is about. But it makes me…


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#Ageing and #technology: Whose concerns?

Tanja Ahlin , December 24th, 2016


I take issue with innovation. To be sure, I admire the creative and practical potential of it, which is what most innovation is about. But it makes me…


#Ageing and #technology: Whose concerns?

Tanja Ahlin , December 24th, 2016


I take issue with innovation. To be sure, I admire the creative and practical potential of it, which is what most innovation is about. But it makes me…


Information and Communication Technology and Wellbeing in the Merchant Marines

Haidy Geismar , December 1st, 2016


Annamaria Dall’Anese, PhD student, UCL Anthropology If the informal use of the internet through personal devices on board merchant vessels encounters barriers due to patchy infrastructure and weather…


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Teaching-learning materials on ICT in rural Ghana

standplaatswereld , April 14th, 2016


Door: Tessa Gruijs   During my three months of fieldwork in Ghana for my Master’s research, together with a local NGO I tried to figure out how (future) primary…


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What’s our conclusion? Introducing ‘scalable sociality’

Daniel Miller , June 16th, 2015


Scalable Sociality Right now we are finishing the last of our eleven volumes from this project, a book which will be called How the World Changed Social Media….


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