[Air-L] [Technology Non-use] Special Issue of First Monday

Eric P. S. Baumer ericpsb at cornell.edu
Mon Nov 9 09:52:24 PST 2015

Non-use of Technologies: Perspectives and Approaches

This special issue provides an opportunity to rethink how we approach, study, 
and conceptualize human relationships with, and through, technology. The authors 
in this collection take a multiplicity of approaches on diverse topics to 
develop a rigorous theoretical understanding for non-use, setting crucial 
groundwork for future research.

Table of Contents <http://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/issue/current/showToc>

Why study technology non-use? 
Eric P.S. Baumer, Morgan G. Ames, Jenna Burrell, Jed R. Brubaker, Paul Dourish

Lines of power: Availability to networks as a social phenomenon 
David A. Banks

Pulling the plug visually: Images of resistance to ICTs and connectivity 
Ricardo Gomez, Kirsten Foot, Meg Young, Rose Paquet-Kinsley, Stacey Morrison

The gender-technology divide or perceptions of non-use? 
Neha Kumar

Technologies of avoidance: The swear jar and the cell phone 
Ethan R. Plaut

The user as network <http://firstmonday.org/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/6281>
Karen E.C. Levy

Smartphone resistance as media ambivalence 
Rivka Ribak, Michele Rosenthal

Exploring ethnographic techniques for ICT non-use research: An Amish case study 
Lindsay Ems

Entangled with technology: Engagement with Facebook among the young old 
Nancy A. Van House

Replicants, imposters and the real deal: Issues of non-use and technology 
resistance in vintage and software instruments 
Claes Thorén, Andreas Kitzmann

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