Jenna Burrell
Jenna Burrell
Professor, School of Information, UC-Berkeley
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How the machine ‘thinks’: Understanding opacity in machine learning algorithms
J Burrell
Big Data & Society 3 (1), 2053951715622512, 2016
Vineyard computing: Sensor networks in agricultural production
J Burrell, T Brooke, R Beckwith
IEEE Pervasive computing 3 (1), 38-45, 2004
The field site as a network: a strategy for locating ethnographic research
J Burrell
Field Methods 21 (2), 181-199, 2009
Invisible users: Youth in the Internet cafés of urban Ghana
J Burrell
The MIT Press, 2012
Evaluating Shared Access: social equality and the circulation of mobile phones in rural Uganda
J Burrell
Journal of Computer‐Mediated Communication 15 (2), 230-250, 2010
The promise (and pitfalls) of ICT for agriculture initiatives
JC Aker, I Ghosh, J Burrell
Agricultural Economics 47 (S1), 35-48, 2016
I have great desires to look beyond my world': trajectories of information and communication technology use among Ghanaians living abroad
J Burrell, K Anderson
New Media & Society 10 (2), 203-224, 2008
What constitutes good ICTD research?
J Burrell, K Toyama
Information Technologies & International Development 5 (3), pp. 82-94, 2009
The myth of market price information: mobile phones and the application of economic knowledge in ICTD
J Burrell, E Oreglia
Economy and Society, 1-22, 2015
Problematic empowerment: West African Internet scams as strategic misrepresentation
J Burrell
Information Technologies & International Development 4 (4), pp. 15-30, 2008
Refusing, limiting, departing: Why we should study technology non-use
EPS Baumer, MG Ames, JR Brubaker, J Burrell, P Dourish
CHI'14 Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems, 65-68, 2014
On the importance and implications of studying technology non-use
EPS Baumer, J Burrell, MG Ames, JR Brubaker, P Dourish
interactions 22 (2), 52-56, 2015
Revisiting the fishers of Kerala, India
J Srinivasan, J Burrell
Proceedings of the Sixth International Conference on Information and …, 2013
Material Ecosystems: Theorizing (Digital) Technologies in Socioeconomic Development
J Burrell
Information Technologies & International Development 12 (1), pp. 1-12, 2016
User agency in the middle range: Rumors and the reinvention of the Internet in Accra, Ghana
J Burrell
Science, Technology & Human Values 36 (2), 139-159, 2011
Could connectivity replace mobility? An analysis of Internet cafe use patterns in Accra, Ghana
J Burrell
Mobile Phones: The New Talking Drums of Everyday Africa, 151-169, 2009
On the importance of price information to fishers and to economists: Revisiting mobile phone Use Among Fishers in Kerala
J Srinivasan, J Burrell
Information Technologies & International Development 11 (1), pp. 57-70, 2015
'Connected Learning'and the Equity Agenda: A Microsociology of Minecraft Play
MG Ames, J Burrell
Proceedings of the 2017 ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative …, 2017
Modernity in material form? Mobile phones in the careers of Ghanaian market women
J Burrell
Review of African Political Economy 41 (142), 579-593, 2014
The Materiality of Rumor
J Burrell
Materiality and Organizing: Social Interaction in a Technological World, 315, 2012
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