Tag: information and communication technologies (ICTs)

One click away: learning to live with type 1 diabetes via Facebook by Natasja Kingod

Natasja Kingod , July 12th, 2021


Karen, who has lived with type 1 diabetes for three years, explains how she is only just starting to properly manage her daily self-care, and how it interrupts…


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Tracking Digital Psy: Mental Health and Technology in an Age of Disruption by Dörte Bemme

Dörte Bemme , August 28th, 2020


Laurie Frick, “Mood + Quantify” (2011-13), Lasercut paper, wood, blocks, laminate. Covid-19 and the associated social distancing orders have normalized and accelerated the use of digi…


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Cues for Ethnography in Pandamning Times: Thinking with Digital Sociality in the Covid-19 Pandemic by Alder Keleman Saxena

Alder Keleman Saxena , May 31st, 2020


Covid-19 has made the world strange. For many, efforts to stall the pandemic have initiated an unprecedented enclosure of our lives within the familiar walls of our homes,…


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Emergency Alerts for COVID-19 in South Korea by Bo Kyeong Seo

Bo Kyeong Seo , April 24th, 2020


[Mapo District] The 15th confirmed case occurred (return from overseas, Sangsu-dong). For more info, please check on our website and blog.  [Yeongdeungpo District] The 22nd Corona case confirmed….


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Disrupted connections: On participation in caring for a mother with dementia by Tanja Ahlin

Tanja Ahlin , April 2nd, 2019


On a sunny, stifling afternoon, my friend, an Ayurvedic doctor, ushers me into a scantily furnished examining room of his clinic in central Kerala, South India. There, a…


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