Communication, Identity and Technology (CIT)

About this project

Project Communication, Identity and Technology, CIT, focuses questions related to language, language-use and identity positions, with particular focus on children and young people's everyday lives inside and outside institutional school settings, both in the present and the past. The project presents new perspectives on issues based upon completed and ongoing work within the research group Communication, Culture and Diversity, CCD, at the School of Education and Communication at Jönköping University. It has special relevance to the Deaf Studies focus within CCD. Project CIT contributes with a new empirical focus in the Educational Sciences, where a specific interest relates to dimensions of marginalization processes in a broad sense.

Publications

Holmström, Ingela and Bagga-Gupta, Sangeeta (2017). ”Va sa han?” Technologies and Participation Strategies in Mainstream School Settings. In Sangeeta Bagga-Gupta (Ed.), Marginalization Processes across Different Settings: Going beyond the Mainstream. Pp. 164-196. Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Holmström, Ingela (2016). Det fungerar ju så bra! En problematisering av användningen av teknologier för att främja delaktighet [Everything works fine! A problematizing of the use of technologies in aim to facilitate participation]. I Åsa Alftberg och Kristoffer Hanson (eds): Ljud tar plats. Funktionshinderperspektiv på ljudmiljöer. Lund Studies in Arts and Cultural Sciences

Bagga-Gupta, Sangeeta and Holmström, Ingela (2015) Language, Identity and Technologies in Classrooms for the Differently-Abled. Communication Disorders, Deaf Studies & Hearing Aids 3:145. DOI:10.4172/2375-4427.1000145.

Holmström, Ingela, Bagga-Gupta, Sangeeta and Jonsson, Rickard (2015): Communicating and hand(ling) technologies. Everyday life in educational settings where pupils with cochlear implants are mainstreamed. Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 25: 256–284. DOI:10.1111/jola.12097.

Holmström, Ingela (2013): Learning by Hearing? Technological Framings for Participation. Örebro Studies in Education 42. Örebro: Örebro University. (Compilation thesis)

Holmström, Ingela and Bagga-Gupta, Sangeeta (2013): Technologies at Work: A Sociohistorical Analysis of Human Identity and Communication. In Deafness & Education International, Vol. 15 (1):2–28. DOI:10.1179/1557069X12Y.0000000012.

Researchers

Collaborators

Ingela Holmström, Stockholms universitet
Rickard Jonsson, Stockholms universitet

Content updated 2018-04-27






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