Social differentiation and digital literacies in the twenty-first century
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Australian Research Council Discovery Project DP130102990
Fieldwork sites: Denpasar, Makassar - Indonesia
Mobile Indonesians is the first dedicated study of the social implications of mobile telephony's recent and rapid popularization throughout Indonesia. The research team is conducting fieldwork in Denpasar and Makassar with multiple communities of interest and practice in order to understand how mobile content and devices are shaping new and unexpected communicative ecologies.
Presentations and seminars to date
Universitas Gajah Mada, Faculty of Cultural Science
'Asian Media and Cultural Studies Now', Monash Asia Institute, Monash U.
International Communications Association regional conference, QUT
Indonesia Study Group, ANU
Asian Conference on Cultural Studies, Osaka, Japan
'Cities and mobile subjects' workshop, Institute for Culture and Society, UWS
'New Uses of Literacy' symposium, CSAA Intermezzo, UNSW
Australian Research Council Discovery Project scheme
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