Managing mobile multitasking: the culture of iPhones on stanford campus

@inproceedings{Ames2013ManagingMM,
  title={Managing mobile multitasking: the culture of iPhones on stanford campus},
  author={Morgan G. Ames},
  booktitle={CSCW},
  year={2013}
}
This paper discusses three concepts that govern technosocial practices among university students with iPhones. First is the social expectation of constant connection that requires multitasking to achieve. Second is the resulting technosocial pecking order of who gets interrupted or ignored for whom. Third is the way that many students push back against these demands with techno-resistance, deliberately curtailing constant connection to reduce the negative effects of multitasking, in spite of… CONTINUE READING
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