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Brown Bag: Mobile phone use on the move - norms and habits of teenagers in traffic

CANCELLED - CANCELLED Present living teenagers are often described as digitally natives. As the first generation more concerned about being on time than being present in place. The question is how this influence the norms and habits of mobile phone use and perceptions of risks when on the move? The interpretations and perceptions of teenagers are elucidated in a case study with use of camera observations, qualitative interviews as well as classroom-facilitated discussions about norms and habits of mobile phone use in traffic. At the brown bag seminar preliminary analysis of the empirical research will be introduced.

Time

26.06.2019 kl. 12.00 - 13.00

Description

CANCELLED  -  CANCELLED

Mobile phone use on the move – norms and habits of teenagers in traffic

Speaker: Postdoc, Anette Jerup Jørgensen, Civil Engineering, ajj@civil.aau.dk

Present living teenagers are often described as digitally natives. As the first generation more concerned about being on time than being present in place. The question is how this influence the norms and habits of mobile phone use and perceptions of risks when on the move? The interpretations and perceptions of teenagers are elucidated in a case study with use of camera observations, qualitative interviews as well as classroom-facilitated discussions about norms and habits of mobile phone use in traffic. At the brown bag seminar preliminary analysis of the empirical research will be introduced.

Place and time: CPH, FKJ10A, 4.133, June 26, 12:00-13:00

The seminars are open to everyone with interest in Mobilities and Urban studies.
Pre-registration is not needed. Please bring you own lunch.

Looking forward to see you at the C-MUS Brown Bag Seminars!

Host

C-MUS

Address

CPH, FKJ10A, 4.133