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Revision as of 05:54, 8 September 2011

This project funded by EPSRC investigated the ways in which the configuration of home technologies becomes gendered. Using a combination of anthropological and cognitive experimental approaches, the Cambridge project further developed into a PhD carried out by Jennifer under the supervision of Paul Dourish.

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Crucible Theme: Gender and technology