Learning to cope with non discretionary use of digital techologies

PhD (part-time): 2009 - 2016

Technology surrounds people; it functions as their best friend and the worst enemy. From a trip to the local supermarket, to almost every aspect of people’s professional and social lives technology is present; mediating their interactions, demanding their attention and engaging them. The main objective of this research is to understand how people learn to cope with the everyday use with the digital technology.
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Team

Emilia Sobolewska
Student
e.sobolewska@napier.ac.uk
+44 131 455 2330
Michael Smyth
Second Supervisor
m.smyth@napier.ac.uk
+44 131 455 2733
David Benyon
Director of Studies
d.benyon@napier.ac.uk
+44 131 455 2736
Emma Hart
Panel Chair
e.hart@napier.ac.uk
+44 131 455 2783

Related publications

Sobolewska, E., Smith, C., Turner, P. (2009, 22 -24 April). Auto-Ethnography: Problems, Pitfalls and Promise. Paper presented at HCI Educators 2009, University of Abertay, Dundee.

Turner, P., Sobolewska, E. (2009). Familiarity with Mobile Phones. In: (Ed.) VTT Symposium, 258, () ( ed.). (pp. 221-227). : . .

Turner, P., Sobolewska, E. (2009). Mental Models, Magical Thinking and Individual Differences. Human Technology, 5, (1), 90-113.

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