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Caleigh Avramis- Organizing Collective Action- 9/23
In the article, "Organizing collective action: Does information and communication technology matter?” by Ana Cardoso, Marie-Claude Boudreau and João Álvaro Carvalho, they analyze how the use of multiple Information and Communications Technology (ICT’ (More)
09/23: Stang's "This Action Will Have Consequence" - Falyn Goldstein
In Sarah Stang’s “This Action Will have Consequence” - Interactivity and Player Agency, the interactivity of video games is discussed and two case studies are used to show how agency and interactivity can change based on the game.  The article beg (More)
9/22 "Agency of Autistic Children in Technology Research- A Critical Literature Review?" -Bridget Hall
In Agency of Autistic Children in Technology Research- A Critical Literature Review? written by Katta Spiel, Christopher Frauenberger, Os Keyes, and Gerdaline Fitzpatrick, they discover that there is a lack of technology that fits the wants and needs (More)
9/23 - Exploring the Relationship between Information and Communication Technology Collective Behaviors and Sense of Community: An Urban Refugee Analysis
In Exploring the Relationship between Information and Communication Technology Collective Behaviors and Sense of Community: An Urban Refugee Analysis, Canevez et. al argue that information and communication technologies (ICT) can be advantageous for (More)
9/23 "This Action Will Have Consequences”: Interactivity and Player Agency - Cherry
In “This Action Will Have Consequences”: Interactivity and Player Agency, Sarah Stang evaluates the assumption that videogames are interactive experiences which allow users to exercise control and agency over their narratives. The article applies two (More)
Kate Brady- "Spiel et al. (2019). Agency of autistic children in technology research—A critical literature review."
I read “Spiel et al. (2019). Agency of autistic children in technology research—A critical literature review.” for class. I chose this article because I feel like autism is very misunderstood. The article outlines the different theories that exist to (More)
09/22 "Organizing collective action: Does information and communication technology matter?" - Andreas Tsiaras
In Organizing collective action: Does information and communication technology matter? Ana Cardoso, Marie-Claude Boudreau and João Álvaro Carvalho argue that human factors are greatly implicated in the success of collective action supported by Inform (More)
Users like you? Theorizing Agency in user generated content - Alana Bonfiglio 9/23
In Users like you? Theorizing Agency in user generated content, José van Dijck shows the impact of user participation on the creation and consumption of media.  José van Dijck argues that with the invention of the internet, reception transitioned (More)
Max Fern – Organizing collective action: Does information and communication technology matter? (09/23)
In Organizing collective action: Does information and communication technology matter?, Cardoso, Boudreau, and Carvalho argue that the use of information communication technologies empowers and constrains the abilities of collective action organizers (More)
9/23 This Action Will Have Consequences”: Interactivity and Player Agency - Leah Montgomery
In “This Action Will Have Consequences”: Interactivity and Player Agency, Stang “challenges the assumption that videogames are interactive experiences which allow users to exercise control and agency over their narratives.” This article is different (More)
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