My research investigates offline structures of oppression, such as racism and ableism, and how they are recreated in the development and use of digital media technologies. I situate my scholarship within communication studies and have deep roots in critical media, cultural studies, critical race, and queer theory, bringing critical data studies, disability studies, and human-computer interaction into the conversation.
Methodologically, my work combines critical interpretivism (such as ethnographic methods, thematic analysis, textual analysis, and discourse analysis), and human-computer interaction research.
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