The SAGE Handbook of Digital Technology Research

Editors: Price, Sara, Jewitt, Carey and Brown, Barry
Publication Year: 2013
Publisher: Sage UK

Single-User Purchase Price: $150.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $225.00
ISBN: 978-1-44-620047-6
Category: Technology & Engineering - Technology
Image Count: 76
Book Status: Available
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This timely, authoritative Handbook explores the issues of rapid technological development, social change, and the ubiquity of computing technologies which have become an integrated part of people's everyday lives.

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Table of Contents

  • Notes on the Editors and Contributors
  • INTRODUCTION - Sara Price, Carey Jewitt and Barry Brown
  • PART 1: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE FIELD OF CONTEMPORARY DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH
  • 1. The Historical Context - Paul Ceruzzi
  • 2. The Field of Digital Technology Research - Charles Crook
  • PART 2: NEW DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES: KEY CHARACTERISTICS AND CONSIDERATIONS
  • 3. Context, Location and Mobility: A Human Story - Matt Jones
  • 4. Online Information: Access, Search and Exchange - Gary Hsieh and Nicolas Friederici
  • 5. Social Media, Human Connectivity and Psychological Well-being - Sonja Baumer
  • 6. Engaging Practices: Doing Personalized Media - Heather A. Horst and Larissa Hjorth
  • 7. Ethics, Phenomenology and Ontology - Anna Kouppanou and Paul Standish
  • PART 3: RESEARCH PERSPECTIVES FOR DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES: THEORY AND ANALYSIS
  • 8. Critical Theory of Technology - Sara M. Grimes and Andrew Feenberg
  • 9. Critical and Cultural Approaches to HCI - Jeffrey Bardzell
  • 10. Theories of Embodiment in HCI - Paul Marshall and Eva Hornecker
  • 11. Space and Place in Digital Technology Research: A Theoretical Overview - Luigina Ciolfi
  • 12. Affect and Experiential Approaches - Kristina Höök
  • 13. Ethnographic Approaches to Digital Research - Barry Brown
  • 14. The Mediational Perspective on Digital Technology: Understanding the Interplay between Technology, Mind and Action - Victor Kaptelinin
  • 15. Ethnomethodology and Conversation Analysis: Empirical Approaches to the Study of Digital Technology in Action - Robert J. Moore
  • 16. Behavioral Trace Data for Analyzing Online Communities - Cliff Lampe
  • 17. Multimodal Methods for Researching Digital Technologies - Carey Jewitt
  • 18. Projection, Place, and Point-of-view in Research through Design - Steven Dow, Wendy Ju and Wendy Mackay
  • 19. Design Research: Observing Critical Design - Laurel Swan and Kirsten Boehner
  • PART 4: ENVIRONMENTS AND TOOLS FOR DIGITAL RESEARCH
  • 20. Tangibles: Technologies and Interaction for Learning - Sara Price
  • 21. Material Computing: Integrating Technology into the Material World - Leah Buechley
  • 22. Haptic Interfaces - Eve Hoggan
  • 23. Contrasting Lab-based and In-the-wild Studies for Evaluating Multi-user Technologies - Yvonne Rogers, Nicola Yuill and Paul Marshall
  • 24. Ubiquitous Virtual Reality Environments - Yoosoo Oh and Woontack Woo
  • 25. Location-based Environments and Technologies - Ty Hollett and Kevin M. Leander
  • 26. Mobile Learning in the Majority World: A Critique of the GSMA's Position - Niall Winters
  • 27. Online and Internet-based Technologies: Gaming - Catherine Beavis
  • 28. Online and Internet-based Technologies: Social Networking - Kirsty Young
  • 29. Learner Modelled Environments - Kaśka Porayska-Pomsta and Sara Bernardini
  • 30. The Interplay Between Research and Industry: HCI and Grounded Innovation - Lars Erik Holmquist
  • Afterword: Looking to the Future - Sara Price, Carey Jewitt and Barry Brown