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  • ...are two types of people present in the universe of cyborg anthropological studies. One is the student of anthropology. The other is the technosocially connec ...articles, journal lists, films and film reviews, glossary terms, tools and critical analysis. If you'd like to contribute any of these items, or have ideas on
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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 The most developed cyborg anthropological work in women's studies concerns reproduction, addressing everything from technologies of conceptio
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  • ...e Fibreculture network and wider social formations. The journal encourages critical and speculative interventions in the debate and discussions concerning info Fibreculture Journal encourages submissions that extend research into critical and investigative networked theories, knowledges and practices.
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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 ...dietary supplement, or treatment for an illness, has been viewed as a very critical part of human advancement, and rightly so: it's caused us to get over MAJOR
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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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  • ...timations of Everyday Life: Ubiquitous Computing and the City]]." Cultural Studies, Volume 18, Numbers 2‚ 3, pp. 384-408, 2004 [pdf] Kevin Hamilton, "[[Mobility as Freedom in Critical Art and New Media]]," 2006
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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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  • ...and philosophy. While such interdisciplinary approaches are common to many studies of the cultural effects of technological change, few of the models and hypo In addition to these interviews, the research draws on extensive field studies involving the observation of people’s behaviour and actions in relation t
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  • [[Category:Critical Studies]] [[Category:Cultural Studies]]
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  • ...larify how theory and methods from anthropology and science and technology studies will inform our discussions, as well as the sense of ‘digital cultures’ ...(2003) The Defecating Duck, Or, The Ambiguous Origins of Artificial Life. Critical Inquiry 20: 599-633.
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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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  • ...al production. Known for her theories on playculture, activist design, and critical play, Flanagan has achieved international acclaim for her novel interdiscip ...thinking women + cyberculture (2002), re:SKIN (2007), and the most recent, Critical Play (2009), all with MIT Press. She writes about popular culture and digit
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  • ...ention on your task – The ability to control and focus your attention is critical. If you get distracted by anything that is outside of the activity you are ...development, programming, technical writing, enterprise architecture, and critical system software design. Information architecture has somewhat different mea
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  • ...heir skills, collaboration, an emphasis on producing working software, the critical contribution of technical excellence, and a willingness to change course wh *Case studies, examples, principles, strategies, techniques, and guiding properties
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  • == Cyborg Studies == == Urban Studies ==
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  • [[Critical Play: Radical Game Design]] by [[Mary Flanagan]] [[Production Studies: Cultural Studies of Media Industries]] by Vicki Mayer (Editor)
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  • ...ield is Mary Flanigan. She studies games and wrote a wonderful book called Critical Play that combines a view of games from 3,000 years ago, modern use of game
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  • ...ook should appeal to educators, marketers, programmers and anyone who is a critical thinker looking for something unique and rich for their cranium to bite int ...ook should appeal to educators, marketers, programmers and anyone who is a critical thinker looking for something unique and rich for their cranium to bite int
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  • [[Category:Communication Studies]] [[Category:Critical Studies]]
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  • ...s and new media theory, information policy, online privacy, feminist media studies, online identity, participatory culture, consumer culture, celebrity and mi ...ly published in New Media and Society, Convergence, First Monday, Critical Studies in Media Communication and Information, Communication & Society. Marwick ha
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  • <blockquote>"A social interface is a critical point of intersection between different lifeworlds, social fields or levels ...e in Social Discontinuities in Rural Development, Wageningse Sociologische Studies 27. Wageningen: Wageningen Agricultural University. For new 2001 definition
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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 ...he three main functions of an ethical discussion in anthropology -- “the critical intervention in discussions affected by anthropology’s presentation of fa
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  • ...as a human society and utilizes anthropological perspectives to achieve a critical, analytical, and reflexive understanding of the internet and its relations ...ritical Ethnography in Time, Space, and Theory. In Marcus, George E. (ed): Critical Anthropology Now. Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research, pp. 245- 304.
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  • ...mon. "Babbage's Intelligence: Calculating Engines and the Factory System." Critical Inquiry 21, no. 1 (1994): 203-227. ...mation Flow in Artificial Life." In Relative Values: Reconfiguring Kinship Studies. Edited by Sarah Franklin and Susan McKinnon. Durham, NC: Duke University P
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  • ...mon. "Babbage's Intelligence: Calculating Engines and the Factory System." Critical Inquiry 21, no. 1 (1994): 203-227. ...nder: Postmodern Feminism in the Age of the Intelligent Machine." Feminist Studies 17, no. 3 (1991): 439-460.
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  • ...timations of Everyday Life: Ubiquitous Computing and the City]]." Cultural Studies, Volume 18, Numbers 2‚ 3, pp. 384-408, 2004 [pdf] Kevin Hamilton, "[[Mobility as Freedom in Critical Art and New Media]]," 2006
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  • == Critical Theory== == Cyberspace Studies ==
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  • ...aft but at the field of game studies as a whole. One of the first in-depth studies of a game that has become an icon of digital culture, My Life as a Night El ===Game Studies A Ludicrous Discipline?===
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  • ====[http://www.sts.cornell.edu/ Department of Science & Technology Studies at Cornell University]==== ...n.wikipedia.org/wiki/Science_and_technology_studies Science and technology studies - from Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia]====
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  • ...isual studies; French and Francophone theory; intellectual history; animal studies.
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  • ...es at Cornell University, an External Faculty Fellow at the Center for the Critical Analysis of Contemporary Culture at Rutgers University, and as Assistant Pr
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  • ...om the disciplines of film, dance, television, art history, critical media studies and popular culture. As a scholar, she presents her research into the balle
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  • ...some context as to the format of this book. Cyborg Anthropology, in short, studies the culture of new technologies that are re-defining our traditional notion ...branches of Anthropology that also inform Cyborg Anthropology. Archeology studies the material artifacts of a civilization--often a prehistoric civilization
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  • ===Technophobia and the Cyborg Menace: Buffy Summers As Neo-Human Avatar (Critical Essay)=== ===Cyborg Love, Critical Mass and Possibility: Enacting the Right to the City===
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