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Blog Entry Doing Standpoint Theory
by Ambika Tandon and Aayush Rathi published Oct 10, 2019 last modified Oct 10, 2019 08:06 AM — filed under: , , , , ,
Feminist research methodology has evolved from different epistemologies, with several different schools of thought. Some of the more popular ones are feminist standpoint theory, feminist empiricism, and feminist relativism. Standpoint theory holds the experiences of the marginalised as the source of ‘truth’ about structures of oppression, which is silenced by traditional objectivist research methods as they produce knowledge from the standpoint of voices in positions of power. In this essay published on the GenderIT website, Ambika Tandon and Aayush Rathi [1] discuss the practical applicability of these epistemologies to research practices in the field of technology and gender.
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Blog Entry Digital mediation of domestic and care work in India: Project Announcement
by Ambika Tandon and Aayush Rathi published Oct 01, 2019 last modified Oct 10, 2019 08:09 AM — filed under: , , , ,
It is our great pleasure to announce that we are undertaking a study on digital mediation of domestic and care work in India, as part of and supported by the Feminist Internet Research Network led by the Association for Progressive Communications (APC), funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC). The study is exploring the ways in which structural inequalities, such as those of gender and class, are being reproduced or challenged by digital platforms. The project sites are Delhi and Bangalore, where we are conducting interviews with workers, companies, and unions. In Bangalore, we are collaborating with Stree Jagruti Samiti to collect qualitative data from different stakeholders. The outputs of the research will include a report, policy brief, and other communication materials in English, Hindi, and Kannada. This study is being led by Ambika Tandon and Aayush Rathi, along with Sumandro Chattapadhyay.
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Blog Entry Kashmir’s digital blackout marks a period darker than the dark side of the moon
by Nishant Shah published Sep 26, 2019 — filed under:
While we mourn the loss of connection with the moon, remembering a digital blackout closer home.
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Blog Entry Essays on #List — Selected Abstracts
by Puthiya Purayil Sneha published Sep 03, 2019 last modified Sep 03, 2019 01:38 PM — filed under: , , , ,
In response to a recent call for essays that social, economic, cultural, political, infrastructural, or aesthetic dimensions of the #List, we received 11 abstracts. Out of these, we have selected 4 pieces to be published as part of a series titled #List on the [email protected] blog. Please find below the details of the selected abstracts. The call for essays on #List remains open, and we are accepting and assessing the incoming abstracts on a rolling basis.
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August 2019 Newsletter
by Prasad Krishna published Aug 31, 2019 last modified Sep 14, 2019 01:54 AM — filed under: , ,
Centre for Internet & Society newsletter for the month of August 2019.
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Workshop on Archival Standards and Digitisation Workflow
by Admin published Aug 22, 2019 last modified Aug 22, 2019 02:04 AM — filed under:
P.P. Sneha attended a workshop on Archival Standards and Digitization Workflow organised by the British Library at NCBS, Bangalore, on August 19 - 20, 2019.
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Blog Entry Digital Native: How free is the internet?
by Nishant Shah published Aug 18, 2019 last modified Sep 04, 2019 01:47 AM — filed under:
It is contradictory and confusing as it amplifies as well as destabilises the order of things.
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Blog Entry Simiran Lalvani - Workers’ fictive kinship relations in Mumbai app-based food delivery
by Sumandro Chattapadhyay published Aug 16, 2019 last modified Aug 16, 2019 12:47 PM — filed under: , , ,
Working in the gig-economy has been associated with economic vulnerabilities. However, there are also moral and affective vulnerabilities as workers find their worth measured everyday by their performance of—and at—work and in every interaction and movement. This essay by Simiran Lalvani is the first among a series of writings by research fellows associated with the 'Mapping Digital Labour in India' project at the CIS, supported by research assistance from Azim Premji University, being published on the Platypus blog of the Committee on the Anthropology of Science, Technology, and Computing (CASTAC). The essay is edited by Noopur Raval, who is co-leading the project concerned.
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Blog Entry Call for Contributions and Reflections: Your experiences in Decolonizing the Internet’s Languages!
by Puthiya Purayil Sneha published Aug 07, 2019 last modified Aug 07, 2019 12:29 PM — filed under: , , , , , , , ,
Whose Knowledge?, the Oxford Internet Institute, and the Centre for Internet and Society are creating a State of the Internet’s Languages report, as baseline research with both numbers and stories, to demonstrate how far we are from making the internet multilingual. We also hope to offer some possibilities for doing more to create the multilingual internet we want. This research needs the experiences and expertise of people who think about these issues of language online from different perspectives. Read the Call here and share your submission by September 2, 2019.
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Blog Entry Why I’m not going to tell you about the dangers of apps like FaceApp
by Nishant Shah published Jul 31, 2019 — filed under:
Concerns about privacy, aimed solely at users, are better directed at owners of digital infrastructure.
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