Morgan G. Ames started her academic career in computer science with a personal interest in human-computer interactions and now describes her research as being:
…at the crossroads of science and technology studies, anthropology, and human-computer interaction. I draw on a diverse skill-set in my research, from an understanding of computer science systems and theory to a sociological perspective on everyday life. My recent investigations particularly utilize ethnographic research methods, bringing a deep qualitative and critical perspective to human-computer interaction debates about the ways in which we make sense of the technologies in our everyday lives.
Read more on Ms. Ames’ site or press play below to watch Ms. Ames discuss her research and thoughts on her field work in Paraguay and Peru.
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