His research examines the development of emerging technologies in socio-technical environments – particularly, the push and pull of users' own contributions to the design and development of these technologies.

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Publications:
Beyond Diffusion: A Conceptual Approach to Studying (Non) Users of Information and Communication Technologies

Current accounts of “users” and “non-users” remain conceptually weak. This paper works to develop a more robust theoretical and methodological framework for understanding the multiple ways we engage with technology.

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Published Online: September 22, 2015

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“Defined in the Past, Designed in the Present”: Revitalization and Tinkering with Spatial Scripts at Lansdowne Park

This paper discusses Lansdowne Park as a place of contradiction and proposes a supplementary theory of revitalization that incorporates the user’s perspective.

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Published online: January 6, 2017

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