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TitleDateReferenceAuthorsCall #ISSN
Teens on screens: girls' negotiations of representation of texting in teen film2022 International journal of cultural studies 25 (2): 141-56
  • Kira Clarke
Smartphone and social media addiction: exploring the perceptions and experiences of Canadian teenagers2021 Canadian review of sociology and anthropology 58 (1): 45-64
  • Michael Adorjan
  • Rosemary Ricciardelli
H6/KUB [CANADIAN-]1755-6171French summary
Hispanic women’s perceptions of teenage sexting: qualitative analyses using a sexual scripting framework2021 Culture, health & sexuality 23 (9): 1182-97
  • Asia A. Eaton
  • Brittany Boyd
  • Dionne P. Stephens
  • Yanet Ruvalcaba
H6/KGT [CULTURE-]1464-5351
Infrastructural configurations of mobile telephony in urban Africa: vignettes from Buru Buru, Nairobi2021 Journal of Eastern African studies 15 (4): 527-45
  • Mwangi Mwaura
  • Prince K. Guma
H6/KY [EASTERN-]1753-1063
Crossed wires and crooked calls: imagining the telephone in South Indian comedy films of the 1990s2021 International journal of cultural studies 24 (2): 290-308
  • Padma Chirumamilla
Smartphones as actors: a new digital disability care actor-network in China2021 International journal of cultural studies 24 (4): 673-88
  • Liu Yang
  • Zhongxuan Lin
H6/KF [INTERNATIONAL-]1367-8779in special issue 'Caring media futures'
A theory of a theory of the smartphone2021 International journal of cultural studies 24 (5): 860-76
  • Daniel Miller
Digital creativity and urban entrapment in Kinshasa: experiments in solving precarity2021 City and society 33 (2): 324-45
  • Katrien Pype
H6/KD [CITY-]0893-0465in special issue 'Urban precarity'
Migration, music and the mobile phone: a case study in technology and socio-economic justice in Sicily2021 Ethnomusicology forum 30 (2): 226-45
  • Rachel Beckles Willson
H6/KFYV [BRITISH-]1741-1912in special issue 'Music and sound in times of violence, displacement and conflict'
Fieldworker reflections on using telephone voice calls to conduct fieldwork amidst the Covid-19 pandemic2021 Anthropology Southern Africa 44 (4): 161-74
  • Carla Sharp
  • Jan Cloete
  • Liezel Blomerus
  • Lochner Marais
  • Michael Pienaar
  • Motsaathebe Serekoane
*H6 [SOUTH-]2332-3256in special issue 'Teaching in Covid-times: reflections, refractions and refrains on technology and transition in Southern African higher education'; Portuguese summary
Legitimising digital anthropology through immersive cohabitation: becoming an observing participant in a blended digital landscape2021 Ethnography 22 (2): 267-85
  • Joshua M. Bluteau
H6/KF [ETHNOGRAPHY-]1466-1381
The politics of media infrastructure: mobile phones and emergent forms of public communication in Papua New Guinea2020 Oceania 90 (1): 18-39
  • Robert J. Foster
H6/KX [OCEANIA-]0032-0447
Iphones and "African gangs": everyday racism and ethno-transnational media in Melbourne's Chinese student world2020 Ethnic and racial studies 43 (5): 892-910
  • Fran Martin
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1466-4356in special issue 'Everyday multiculturalism in/across Asia'
The ethnography of (im)mobilities: mobile technology as a dimension of islanders’ life2020 Etnográfica: revista do Centro de Estudos de Antropologia Social 24 (2): 269-88
  • Alejandra Lazo Corvalán
  • Diego Carvajal Hicks
  • Hernán Riquelme Brevis
H6 [ETNOGRAFICA-]2182-2891English summary
Frequent callers: "good care"with ICTs in Indian transnational families2020 Medical anthropology 39 (1): 69-82
  • Tanja Ahlin
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]1545-5882in special issue 'Aging, chronicity and negotiations of care'
Beyond associations: emerging space of self-organization among vendors in Zambia2020 Journal of Eastern African studies 14 (3): 455-72
  • Lennert Jongh
H6/KY [EASTERN-]1753-1055
Ceh’eȝteekuu!—Listen—This is Arapaho Land2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (2): 415-33
  • Phineas Arthur Kelly
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182X
Med døden i lommen. Det private dødslejefotografi i smartphonen æra2020 Tidsskrift for kulturforskning (1): 67-83
  • Jannie Uhre Ejstrud
H6/KVT [TIDSSKRIFT-]1502-7473English summary
Dislocating contested space: resource competition, cultural technologies and migrant space in Milan’s Chinatown2020 Social anthropology 28 (4): 944-60
  • Kevin Latham
H6/KF [SOCIAL-]1469-8676French summary
A stain in the picture2020 Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford (NS) 12 (1): 44-68
  • Deepak Prince
H6/KF [OXFORD-]2040-1876
How can the use of a mobile application change the course of sightseeing tour? A question of pace, gaze and information processing2020 Tourist studies 20 (1): 49-74
  • Cédric Calvignac
  • Jan Smilinski
H6/KD [TOURIST-]1468-7976
Mobile phones in Africa: the politics of cultural and material integration into local economies2020 International journal of cultural studies 23 (4): 531-46
  • James Adhiambo Ogone
Quantitative ethnography: linguistic revitalization and the spread of digital technology in Oaxaca, Mexico's municipalities2020 Alteridades (59): 111-21
  • Joselito Fernández Tapia
  • Manuel Gerardo Chávez Ángeles
H6/KF [ALTERIDADES-]0188-7017in thematic issue '(Des)tabilidad social y diversidades'; English summary
Mobiles and 'making do': exploring the affective, digital practices of refugee women waiting in Greece2020 European journal of cultural studies 23 (5): 731-48
  • Alexandra Greene
H6/KF [EUROPEAN-]1367-5494in special issue 'Migrant narratives'
Islam by smartphone: reading the Uyghur Islamic revival on WeChat2019 Central Asian survey 38 (1): 61-80
  • Rachel Harris
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-]0263-4937in special issue 'Securitization, insecurity and conflict in contemporary Xinjiang'
Blue-light emergency phones on campus: media infrastructures of feeling2019 International journal of cultural studies 22 (4): 499-518
  • Elizabeth Ellcessor
Can smartphones empower labour migrants? The case of Kyrgyzstani migrants in Russia2019 Central Asian survey 38 (2): 165-80
  • Burul Usmanalieva
  • Vanessa Ruget
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-]0263-4937
Mobile phones and self-determination among Muslim youth in Uzbekistan2019 Central Asian survey 38 (2): 181-96
  • Haruka Kikuta
*H6/KW [CENTRAL-]0263-4937
There's an app for that: Telecom, children's rights, and conflicting logics of corporate social responsibility2019 American anthropologist 121 (3): 667-79
  • Liegh M. Campoamor
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Spanish summary
The digital gift and aspirational mobility2019 International journal of cultural studies 22 (6): 754-69
  • Saskia Witteborn
Rethinking publics in African in a digital age2019 Journal of Eastern African studies 13 (1): 2-17
  • George Karekwaivanane
  • Sharath Srinivasan
  • Stephanie Diepeveen
H6/KY [EASTERN-]1753-1055in thematic issue 'Publics in Africa in a digital age'
“The cell phone is WaiWai’s grandfather.” Technologies and domestication of networks and social media among the WaiWai2019 Mundo Amazonico 10 (1): 39-50
  • Alexandre Aniceto De Souza
  • Carlos Machado Dias Jr.
2145-5082English and Spanish summaries
Development of an ethnography-based technological solution2019 Glasnik slovenskega etnološkega Društva 59 (1): 39-48
  • Dan Podjed
H6/KVP [SLOVENSKO ETNOLOSKO DRUSTVO. Glasnik]0351-2908in special section 'Ethnography 2.0'; English summary
Doing emotion through digital media: an ethnographic perspective on media practices and emotional affordances2019 Ethnologia europaea 49 (1): 7-23
  • Christoph Bareither
H6 [ETHNOLOGIA-]0425-4597
Unseen connections: the materiality of cell phones2018 Anthropological quarterly 91 (2): 465-84
  • Amanda Kemble
  • Briel Kobak
  • Joel Huipers
  • Joshua A. Bell
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491introduction to special issue
Material epistemologies of the (mobile) telephone2018 Anthropological quarterly 91 (2): 485-524
  • Matthew Hockenberry
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491in special issue 'Unseen connections: the materiality of cell phones'
From digital divides to creative destruction: epistemological encounters in the regulation of the "blood mineral" trade in the Congo2018 Anthropological quarterly 91 (2): 525-50
  • Jeffrey W. Mantz
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491in special issue 'Unseen connections: the materiality of cell phones'
Banking on the market: mobile phones and social goods provision in Haiti2018 Anthropological quarterly 91 (2): 551-79
  • Erin Taylor
  • Heather Horst
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491in special issue 'Unseen connections: the materiality of cell phones'
What's a cellular public?2018 Anthropological quarterly 91 (2): 581-601
  • Alexander S. Dent
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491in special issue 'Unseen connections: the materiality of cell phones'
The materiality of cell phone repair: re-making commodities in Washington, DC2018 Anthropological quarterly 91 (2): 603-33
  • Amanda Kemble
  • Briel Kobak
  • Jacqueline Hazen
  • Joel Kulpers
  • Joshua A. Bell
H6 [PRIMITIVE-]0003-5491in special issue 'Unseen connections: the materiality of cell phones'
Cell phones ≠ self and other problems with big data detection and containment during epidemics2018 Medical anthropology quarterly (New Series) 32 (3): 315-39
  • Susan L. Erikson
H6/KGT [MEDICAL-]0745-5194
Easy access: new dynamics in long-distance African intimacies2018 Africa 88 (4): 645-62
  • Dinah Hannaford
H6/KY [AFRICA-]0001-9720in thematic section 'New African frontiers'; French summary
'They're my contacts, not my friends': reconfiguring affect and aspirations through mobile communication in Nigeria2018 Ethnos 83 (2): 237-54
  • Juliet Gilbert
H6 [ETHNOS-]0014-1844in special issue 'Chronotropes of media in Sub-Saharan Africa'
Serial callers: communication technologies and political personhood in contemporary Uganda2018 Ethnos 83 (2): 255-73
  • Florence Brisset-Foucault
H6 [ETHNOS-]0014-1844in special issue 'Chronotropes of media in Sub-Saharan Africa'
Before the call: mobile phones, exchange relations, and social change in south-western Uganda2018 Ethnos 83 (2): 274-90
  • Richard Vokes
H6 [ETHNOS-]0014-1844in special issue 'Chronotropes of media in Sub-Saharan Africa'
Mobile phones in the transformation of the informal economy: stories from market women in Kampala, Uganda2018 Journal of Eastern African studies 12 (3): 533-51
  • Caroline Wamala Larsson
  • Jakob Svensson
H6/KY [EASTERN-]1753-1055
Work as foraging: a smartphone study of job search and employment after prison2018 American journal of sociology 123 (5): 1453-91
  • Naomi F. Sugie
H6/KF [AMERICAN-]0002-9602
The magic inside your cell phone and its broader social impact2017 Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 161 (2): 138-54
  • Irwin Mark Jacobs
H6 [AMERICAN-]0003-49X
Radios, ringtones, and memory cards or, how the mobile phone became our favourite playback device2017 South Asian popular culture 15 (1): 41-56
  • Aditi Deo
  • Vebhuti Duggal
H6/KW [SOUTH-]1474-6689
Pornography of place: location, leaks and obscenity in the Indian MMS porn video2017 South Asian popular culture 15 (1): 57-71
  • Anirban K. Baishya
H6/KW [SOUTH-]1474-6689
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