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Social Change, New Media, and Everyday Makers: A Case Study of Toronto Transit Camp

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Karen Fung's April 2008 report of her Honours research at Simon Fraser University

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Social Change, New Media, and Everyday Makers: A Case Study of Toronto Transit Camp

  1. 1. PROJECT SOCIAL CHANGE, NEW MEDIA AND EVERYDAY MAKERS: TORONTO TRANSIT CAMP DATE RESEARCHER APRIL 8, 2008 KAREN FUNG
  2. 2. WHAT ARE THESE PEOPLE DOING? WHAT IS “TRANSITCAMP”?
  3. 3. Why study Transit Camp? (What makes Transit Camp interesting?)
  4. 4. PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT MECHANISMS NOT SPONSOR-INITIATED
  5. 5. CIVIC LIFE (WHEN LIFE IS TECH)
  6. 6. EVERYDAY MAKERS / EVERYDAY FIXERS
  7. 7. Participants Technology
  8. 8. Participants (expectations, outcomes) Technology (at work)
  9. 9. Qualitative Methods 1. Depth Detail, in their own words 2. Access to the community; Conversational Partnership JUNE 2, 2007 - FROM INTERACTIONCAMP

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