Culture, identity and technology
Understanding the intricate and evolving role of technology in the development of social institutions, culture, identity, and interpersonal communication is a continuous academic exercise.
Our research, primarily anchored within social science and technology disciplines, aims to understand the multi-facets, intersection, and coproduction of technology, society, culture and identity. The research foci encompass thematically broad themes such as digitalization of public services; children/youth and digital competence; women, gender and technology-driven careers; and the discourse on marginalization and the digital divide.
Our research aims to learn more about mechanisms of technology-related inclusion/exclusion and to contribute solutions for more inclusive and progressive societies.