Breathing Room in Monitored Space: The Impact of Passive Monitoring Technology on Privacy in Independent Living.

@article{Berridge2016BreathingRI,
  title={Breathing Room in Monitored Space: The Impact of Passive Monitoring Technology on Privacy in Independent Living.},
  author={Clara Berridge},
  journal={The Gerontologist},
  year={2016},
  volume={56 5},
  pages={807-16}
}
PURPOSE OF THE STUDY This study examines articulations of the relationship between privacy and passive monitoring by users and former users of a sensor-based remote monitoring system. A new conceptualization of privacy provides a framework for a constructive analysis of the study's findings with practical implications. DESIGN AND METHODS Forty-nine in-depth semistructured interviews were conducted with elder residents, family members, and staff of 6 low-income independent living residence… CONTINUE READING
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