Ethnographic praxis in industry conference proceedings : EPIC

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Keynote Address: Thoughts on Representation
Salvador, Tony | 2007
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Mapping the Loss of Reflexivity in the Age of Narcissism
REGAN, BRIDGET WALSH / REVELS, AJAY | 2007
21
The Cackle of Communities and the Managed Muteness of Market
SHERRY, JOHN W. | 2007
36
Searching for the ‘You’ in ‘YouTube’: An Analysis of Online Response Ability
LANGE, PATRICIA G. | 2007
51
Getting Noticed, Showing‐Off, Being Overheard: Amateurs, Authors and Artists Inventing and Reinventing Themselves in Online Communities
FAULKNER, SUSAN / MELICAN, JAY | 2007
66
Abstract 2.0: If We Are All Shouting, Is There Anyone Left To Listen?
NAFUS, DAWN / DE PAULA, ROGERIO / ANDERSON, KEN | 2007
78
FROM FIELD TO OFFICE: THE POLITICS OF CORPORATE ETHNOGRAPHY
THOMAS XUEMING LANG, SUZANNE L. | 2007
91
Changing Diabetes Care for Good
BROK‐KRISTENSEN, MIKKEL | 2007
104
The Local Ingenuity: Maximizing Livelihood through Improvising Current Communication Access Technology
WONG, ANDREW | 2007
115
Representing the Non‐formal: the Business of Internet cafés in India
RANGASWAMY, NIMMI | 2007
128
ICT4D ⇒ ICT4X: MITIGATING THE IMPACT OF COGNITIVE HEURISTICS & BIASES IN ETHNOGRAPHIC BUSINESS PRACTICE
SALVADOR, TONY / SHERRY, JOHN W. / AGATSTEIN, L. WILTON et al. | 2007
138
Do you hear them working? Listening to, experimenting with and architecting work process
GLUESING, JULIA C. | 2007
140
The Built Environment: Exploration toward a New Paradigm
DEASY, DOROTHY / LUCKEN, ERIK / DOWELL, WILLIAM et al. | 2007
146
Ethnography as Design Provocation
BUUR, JACOB / SITORUS, LARISA | 2007
157
Ethnographic inspection identifying project risks
OBATA, AKIHIKO / YAMADA, SHIGERU / HARADA, HIROAKI et al. | 2007
169
Giving Voice to Print Production Facility Workers: Representing actual work practices in the streamlining of a labor intensive production print job
MARY, NATHANIEL MARTIN / SPRAGUE, ANN / WALL, PATRICIA et al. | 2007
187
Numbers may speak louder than words, but is anyone listening? The rhythmscape and sales pipeline management
CEFKIN, MELISSA | 2007
200
Ethnography and music. Disseminating ethnographic research inside organizations
LUIS, ARNAL / ROBERTO, HOLGUIN | 2007
209
ENGAGED CLIENTS: STORIES OF COLLABORATION
Anderson‐Kempe, Elizabeth | 2007
213
Enabling our voices to be heard
RADKA, RICH | 2007
219
Harmonizing Human Eyes with Digital Sensors
TAMURAR, HIROSHI / SUGASAKA, TAMAMI | 2007
232
Reflective probes, primitive probes and playful triggers
LOI, DARIA | 2007
246
Listening with indifference
TAYLOR, ALEX S. / SWAN, LAUREL / RANDALL, DAVE | 2007
258
An Economy of Knowledge: Research, Architectural Practice and Knowledge (in) Translation
MAHER, ANDREW / MEWBURN, INGER | 2007
270
Teaching organizational ethnography
IKEYA, NOZOMI / VINKHUYZEN, ERIK / WHALEN, JACK et al. | 2007
283
Research to Reality: A Business Perspective
Phillips, Daja | 2007
295
Not Lost in Translation: Maximizing Impact in Marketing Ethnography through Bivocality
MAISH, AMY / WESOLKOWSKA, MAGDA | 2007
309
Closing Keynote Address: Design Research: Processes and Provocations
LAUREL, BRENDA | 2007
310
Workshops
| 2007
316
Viral Ethnography
| 2007
324
Contributors
| 2007
332
Participants
| 2007
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