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Christopher Howard and Wendelin Küpers

practices of travelers situated in a globally networked context. The proliferation of mobile technologies in the new millennium corresponds to a qualitative and quantitative increase in virtual, imaginary, and corporeal mobilities. 6 In a world of

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From Risk to Resistance

Girls and Technologies of Nonviolence

Laurel Hart

required to respond to these technologies, and how might they succeed in protecting girls, or fail by reinforcing normative patriarchal values and practices? How might mobile technologies designed for nonviolence meet the needs of diverse groups of girls

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“Containers, Carriers, Vehicles”

Three Views of Mobility from Africa

Clapperton Chakanetsa Mavhunga, Jeroen Cuvelier, and Katrien Pype

. Participants in the workshop were asked to write their papers along one of three conceptual strands, namely (1) mobile technology, (2) mobilities of technology, and (3) technologies of mobility. The first strand, “mobile technology,” was not only meant to

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Masculinity, Sex, and Dicks

New Understandings of the Phallus

Andrea Waling and Jennifer Power

visibility than ever before via internet pornography and social media. More recently, research has explored the advent of the “dick pic” and its infiltration in digital and mobile technology, highlighting concerns about men's capacities for perpetuating

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“Stumbling Upon Feminism”

Teenage Girls’ Forays into Digital and School-Based Feminisms

Crystal Kim and Jessica Ringrose

overview of issues related to feminism and mobile technology in schools and the tendency to devalue girls’ online engagement. Then, through a discussion of interviews and analyses of social media productions, following dana boyd (2014) , we show how

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Tax Beyond the Social Contract

Nicolette Makovicky and Robin Smith

be part of the kind of contractarian thinking that is attractive to governments and international organizations alike, forming a traveling idea, or perhaps even a ‘mobile technology of governance’ ( Ong 2006 , 2007 ). It may even coalesce into a

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Transfers at a Crossroads

An Anthropological Perspective

Noel B. Salazar

roads or Danny Miller on mobile technologies, 7 and the ground-breaking volumes that have been published since 2016 in AnthroMob's Worlds in Motion book series. Who or What Is Being Transferred? It is worthwhile to reread the Transfers

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Following, Othering, Taking Over

Research Participants Redefining the Field through Mobile Communication Technology

Nanneke Winters

(phone) Travelling: Understanding the Use and Impact of Mobile Technology on Irregular Migration Journeys .” International Journal of Migration and Border Studies 3 ( 2–3 ): 174 – 191 .

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Traveling with Trained Man

Decolonizing Directions in Railway Mobilities

Katie Maher

Mimi Sheller, “Race and the Politics of Mobility: Introduction,” Transfers 6, no. 1 (2016): 4–11, here 5, . 14 Mimi Sheller and John Urry, Mobile Technologies of the City (London: Routledge, 2006), 2

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Joseph J. Long

way their support was provided. For example, one case study documented the use of mobile technology to allow people who did not communicate verbally to take photos and record video to present their preferred activities in service review meetings