Nordicom Review 42 (Special Issue 4) 2021. Struggling with Technology

Perspectives on everyday life
Redaktör(er): Maja Sonne Damkjær, Ane Kathrine Gammelby, Stine Liv Johansen, Martina Skrubbeltrang Mahnke

 

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Content

Introduction: Struggling with Technology: Perspectives on everyday life
Maja Sonne Damkjær, Ane Kathrine Gammelby, Stine Liv Johansen, Martina Skrubbeltrang Mahnke

Struggling with and Mastering E-mail Consultations: A study of access, interaction, and participation in a digital health care system
Anette Grønning

Hybrid Presence: Integrating interprofessional interactions with digital consultations
Line Maria Simonsen

eHealth Platforms as User–data Communication: Examining patients’ struggles with digital health data
Martina Skrubbeltrang Mahnke, Mikka Nielsen

Toddlers’ Digital Media Practices and Everyday Parental Struggles: Interactions and meaning-making as digital media are domesticated
Helena Sandberg, Ulrika Sjöberg, Ebba Sundin

The Ambiguities of Surveillance as Care and Control: Struggles in the domestication of location-tracking applications by Danish parents
Sarah Widmer, Anders Albrechtslund

Contesting Digital Leisure Time: Parental struggles in relation to young children’s play with tablets at home
Thomas Enemark Lundtofte

The Struggle and Enrichment of Play: Domestications and overflows in the everyday life of gamer parents
Kristine Ask, Ingvild Kvale Sørenssen, Stine Thordarson Moltubakk

The Ambiguity of Technology in ASMR Experiences: Four types of intimacies and struggles in the user comments on YouTube
Helle Breth Klausen

Move, Eat, Sleep, Repeat: Living by rhythm with proactive self-tracking technologies
Minna Vigren, Harley Bergroth

Going Cold Turkey! An autoethnographic exploration of digital disengagement
Cristina Ghita, Claes Thorén

Existential Vulnerability and Transition: Struggling with involuntary childlessness on Instagram
Kristina Stenström, Teresa Cerratto Pargman

An Organisational Cultivation of Digital Resignation? Enterprise social media, privacy, and autonomy
Christoffer Bagger