Dawn Nafus
TitleCited byYear
Big data, big questions| this one does not go up to 11: the quantified self movement as an alternative big data practice
D Nafus, J Sherman
International journal of communication 8, 11, 2014
G Neff, D Nafus
MIT Press, 2016
Sensor technologies: healthcare, wellness and environmental applications
MJ McGrath, CN Scanaill, D Nafus
Apress, 2014
Mobile phone consumption and concepts of personhood in Katz, JE and Aakhus, MA Perpetual Contact: mobile communication, private talk, public performance
D Nafus, K Tracey
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002
‘Patches don’t have gender’: What is not open in open source software
D Nafus
New Media & Society 14 (4), 669-683, 2012
Cultural mobilities: Diversity and agency in urban computing
P Dourish, K Anderson, D Nafus
IFIP Conference on Human-Computer Interaction, 100-113, 2007
Quantified: Biosensing Technologies in Everyday Life
D Nafus
MIT Press, 2016
Gender integrated report of findings
B Krieger, J Leach, D Nafus
European Union Sixth Framework Programme, Free/Libre/Open Source Software …, 2006
Stuck data, dead data, and disloyal data: The stops and starts in making numbers into social practices
D Nafus
Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory 15 (2), 208-222, 2014
Numbers have qualities too: Experiences with ethno‐mining
K Anderson, D Nafus, T Rattenbury, R Aipperspach
Ethnographic praxis in industry conference proceedings 2009 (1), 123-140, 2009
Plastic: a metaphor for integrated technologies
T Rattenbury, D Nafus, K Anderson
Proceedings of the 10th international conference on Ubiquitous computing …, 2008
Sizing up information societies: Toward a better metric for the cultures of ICT adoption
PN Howard, K Anderson, L Busch, D Nafus
The information society 25 (3), 208-219, 2009
Freedom imagined: morality and aesthetics in open source software design
J Leach, D Nafus, B Krieger
Ethnos 74 (1), 51-71, 2009
The real problem: Rhetorics of knowing in corporate ethnographic research
D Nafus, K Anderson
Ethnographic Praxis in Industry Conference Proceedings 2006 (1), 244-258, 2006
Consumption, technology, and development: the “poor” as “consumer”
R Kuriyan, D Nafus, S Mainwaring
Information Technologies & International Development 8 (1), pp. 1-12, 2012
Algorithmic authority: the ethics, politics, and economics of algorithms that interpret, decide, and manage
C Lustig, K Pine, B Nardi, L Irani, MK Lee, D Nafus, C Sandvig
Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors …, 2016
The sociology of quantification: Where are we now?
EP Berman, D Hirschman
Contemporary Sociology 47 (3), 257-266, 2018
Writing on walls: the materiality of social memory in corporate research
D Nafus, K Anderson
Ethnography and the Corporate Encounter: Reflections on Research in and of …, 2009
Algorithms as fetish: Faith and possibility in algorithmic work
SL Thomas, D Nafus, J Sherman
Big Data & Society 5 (1), 2053951717751552, 2018
Night and darkness: interaction after dark
W March, D Nafus, L Swan, AS Taylor
CHI'08 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 3985-3988, 2008
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