Embodying Self-Tracking: A Feminist Exploration of Collective Meaning-Making of Self-Tracking Data

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Publication 2-year master student thesis
Title Embodying Self-Tracking: A Feminist Exploration of Collective Meaning-Making of Self-Tracking Data
Author ÇERÇİ, SENA
Date 2018
English abstract
This Research-through-Design conducted as thesis project within Malmö University Interaction Design Master’s programme is an attempt to bridge the gap between the quantified self and the subjective & collective experiences of the self-tracking for less normative ways of meaning-making of data. In order to accomplish this, it offers a feminist critique of self-tracking and an exploration of new features for self-tracking apps using provotypes to inform the HCI community.
Publisher Malmö universitet/Kultur och samhälle
Language eng (iso)
Subject Human-Computer Interaction
Interaction Design
Research-through-design
Self-tracking
Quantified Self
Personal Informatics
Embodiment
Feminist HCI
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