1 × Canada
1 × France
1 × Italy
4 × USA
R.E.Grinter M.Chetty A.Forte S.Y.Schoenebeck P.M.Aoki L.L.Murphy C.A.L.Dantec E.S.Poole G.R.Hayes L.D.Harvel T.N.Smyth K.E.Caine B.K.Davison S.N.Patel M.Arteaga
kenya (4) use (4) technolog (3) design (3) comput (3) studi (3) valu (3) exploratori (2) reconsid (2) facebook (2)
Person: Susan Wyche
Wrote 11 papers:
- CHI-2013-WycheC #design #how #quote
- “I want to imagine how that place looks”: designing technologies to support connectivity between africans living abroad and home (SW, MC), pp. 2755–2764.
- CHI-2013-WycheFS #comprehension #facebook #online
- Hustling online: understanding consolidated facebook use in an informal settlement in Nairobi (SW, AF, SYS), pp. 2823–2832.
- CHI-2013-WycheM #mobile
- Powering the cellphone revolution: findings from mobile phone charging trials in off-grid Kenya (SW, LLM), pp. 1959–1968.
- CSCW-2013-WycheSF #case study #facebook #quote #social #social media
- “Facebook is a luxury”: an exploratory study of social media use in rural Kenya (SW, SYS, AF), pp. 33–44.
- CSCW-2012-WycheG #case study #communication #how #product line #quote
- “This is how we do it in my country”: a study of computer-mediated family communication among Kenyan migrants in the United States (SW, REG), pp. 87–96.
- CHI-2010-WycheSCAG #interactive
- Deliberate interactions: characterizing technology use in Nairobi, Kenya (SW, TNS, MC, PMA, REG), pp. 2593–2602.
- CHI-2009-DantecPW #design #evolution #experience
- Values as lived experience: evolving value sensitive design in support of value discovery (CALD, ESP, SW), pp. 1141–1150.
- CHI-2009-WycheCDPAG #design
- Sacred imagery in techno-spiritual design (SW, KEC, BKD, SNP, MA, REG), pp. 55–58.
- CHI-2009-WycheG #lens
- Extraordinary computing: religion as a lens for reconsidering the home (SW, REG), pp. 749–758.
- Re-placing faith: reconsidering the secular-religious use divide in the United States and Kenya (SW, PMA, REG), pp. 11–20.
- CSCW-2006-WycheHHG #case study
- Technology in spiritual formation: an exploratory study of computer mediated religious communications (SW, GRH, LDH, REG), pp. 199–208.