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Postphenomenological methodologies : new ways in mediating techno-human relationships

Author: Jesper AagaardJan Kyrre Berg Olsen FriisJessica SorensonOliver TafdrupCathrine HasseAll authors
Publisher: Lanham, Maryland : Lexington Books, [2018] ©2018
Series: Postphenomenology and the philosophy of technology.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats

This volume contributes to postphenomenological research into human-technology relations with essays reflecting on methodological issues through empirical studies of education, digital media,  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jesper Aagaard; Jan Kyrre Berg Olsen Friis; Jessica Sorenson; Oliver Tafdrup; Cathrine Hasse; Don Ihde
ISBN: 1498545238 9781498545235
OCLC Number: 1030601227
Description: xxv, 267 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword - Don IhdeIntroduction - Jesper Aagaard, Jan Kyrre Berg Friis, Oliver Tafdrup & Cathrine HassePart I: Educational TechnologiesChapter 1: Doing Postphenomenology in Education - Catherine Adams and Joni TurvilleChapter 2: Inviting and Interacting: Postphenomenology and the Microsociology of Education - Tobias RoehlChapter 3: Entering the Portal: Media Technologies and Experiential Transportation - Jesper AagaardPart II: Self-Tracking & Imaging TechnologiesChapter 4: Human Technology Relationships in the Digital Age: The Collapse of Metaphore in Biohacking - Moa PetersenChapter 5: Service Interfaces in Human Technology Relations: A Case Study of Self-Tracking Technologies - Fernando SecomandiChapter 6: From Camera Obscura to fMRI: How Brain Imaging Technologies Mediate Free Will - Ciano AydinPart III: Robotic TechnologiesChapter 7: Paleoanthropology and Social Robotics: Old and New Ways in Mediating Alerity Relations - Michael FunkChapter 8: Lost in Translation? Getting to Grips with Multistable Technology in an Apparently Stable World - Lasse Blond & Kasper SchiolinPart IV: General Methodological IssuesChapter 9: Why it Takes both Postphenomenology and STS to Account for Technological Mediation: The Case of LOVE Park - Robert RosenbergerChapter 10: Describing and Valuing Technological Mediation: From Postphenomenological Bridgeheads to Technoethical Outposts - Michael PuechChapter 11: Technological Mediation and Socio-Cultural Variability - Arun Kumar TripathiChapter 12: Studying the Telescopes of Others: Towards a Postphenomenological Methodology of Participant Observation - Cathrine Hasse
Series Title: Postphenomenology and the philosophy of technology.
Responsibility: edited by Jesper Aagaard, Jan Kyrre Berg Friis, Jessica Sorenson, Oliver Tafdrup, and Cathrine Hasse ; foreword by Don Ihde.


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This book shows how postphenomenology can significantly contribute to understanding and engaging with many of the technologies shaping our contemporary society, i.e. robotics, self-tracking Read more...

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