Potential of mobile social networks as assistive technology: a case study in supported employment for people with severe mental illness

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In this paper, we propose a general architecture of mobile social networks where individuals of the networks form a virtual community, conversing and connecting with one another based on mobile communication. Second, mobile social networks are implemented in collaboration with a supported employment program set up for people with severe mental illness.

DOI: 10.1145/1414471.1414517

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@inproceedings{Chang2008PotentialOM, title={Potential of mobile social networks as assistive technology: a case study in supported employment for people with severe mental illness}, author={Yao-Jen Chang and Hung-Huan Liu and Shu-Min Peng and Tsen-Yung Wang}, booktitle={ASSETS}, year={2008} }