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Mobile Livelihoods

Mobile Livlihoods

Research Centre
Communication and Computing Research Centre

Date
2011

Mobile Livelihoods is an interdisciplinary research network that investigates the social and economic uses of mobile phones in the global South.

Mobile Livelihoods is an interdisciplinary research network that investigates the social and economic uses of mobile phones in the global South. It brings together anthropologists, other scholars and practitioners from around the world. Information about our research projects, partners, sponsors and events will be published on the Mobile Livlihoods website as the programme develops. (See also our “mobliv” tag on delicious.com).

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Media and Social Change - This project relates to the EASA Media Anthropology Network ...Social Media and Activism - Notes on #socialmedia and #activism presentation, UOC, 26 Nov 2010

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