Tag: Users

Business Anthropology: From the Trobriands to enterprises

Gabriel Santiago Jurado Gonzalez , April 15th, 2019


Soon after I had established myself in Omarakana (Trobriand Islands), I began to take part, in a way, in the village life, to look forward to the important…


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User as a Currency

Marek Tobota , September 12th, 2018


Both internet users and market regulators are becoming more concerned about who uses personal data and how. The recent events involving Cambridge Analytica have helped to raise the…


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How to convince people that drugs need to be legalized: a guide for getting normies on board.

Hilary Agro , September 9th, 2017


I’ve developed a really nerdy, but kickass, superpower. Give me twenty minutes of one-on-one conversation time with a person, any person, and they will come out of that…


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Is Corporate Anthropology Selling Out? A Conversation on Consulting with Vyjayanthi Vadrevu

Gamwell , July 19th, 2016


We’re stoked to bring you TAL’s first ever three-city episode! Join Adam (in Peru!) and Ryan (in Boston!) and special guest Vyjayanthi Vadrevu (somewhere between NYC and Austin!)…


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The Problem Isn’t Just Facebook: It’s You Too.

Angela VandenBroek , August 18th, 2014


Lately, news of the Facebook emotional contagion study and Facebook Messenger’s permissions, have flooded feeds and inboxes. The former was a paper published in the Proceedings of the National A…


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