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The EPIC 2013 Conversation

    1. R The EPIC 2013 Conversation
      1. MELISSA CEFKIN
        MARIA BEZAITIS
        ALEXANDRA MACK
        KEN ANDERSON

Opening Keynote

    1. R Day 2, Opening keynote: The "race to embrace the senses“ in marketing: An ethnographic perspective
      1. DAVID HOWES

Original articles

    1. R Session 1: Big Data/Ethnography or Big Data Ethnography
      1. ROGERIO ABREU DE PAULA
    2. R Five misconceptions about Personal Data: Why we need a people-centred approach to "Big“ Data
      1. ABBY MARGOLIS
    3. R Small packages for Big (qualitative) Data
      1. KIM ERWIN
        THEODORE POLLARI
    4. R Big Data or 'Big Ethnographic Data‘? Positioning Big Data within the ethnographic space
      1. JOHN CURRAN
    5. R What we talk about when we talk data: Valences and the social performance of multiple metrics in digital health
      1. BRITTANY FIORE-SILFVAST
        GINA NEFF
    6. R From street to satellite: Mixing methods to understand mobile money users
      1. ERIN B. TAYLOR
        HEATHER A. HORST
    7. R Session 2: Facing complexity
      1. STEFANA BROADBENT
    8. R Move me: On stories, rituals, and building brand communities
      1. KATE SIECK
    9. R Designing anthropological reflection within an energy company
      1. LOUISE LØGSTRUP
        MAREN MELISSA NELSON-BURK
        WAFA SAID MOSHLEH
        WENDY GUNN
    10. R Mobility is more than a device: Understanding complexity in Health Care with ethnography
      1. TODD S. HARPLE
        GINA TAHA
        NANCY VUCKOVIC
        ANNA WOJNAROWSKA
    11. R Ethnographic findings in the organizational theatre
      1. JACOB BUUR
        ROSA TORGUET
    12. R "Out of the Labs“: The role for ethnography in guiding clinical trials
      1. YOSHA GARGEYA
        MADS HOLME
    13. R Session 3: Maneuver your lenses! What are new practices under today's fast changing contexts?
      1. HIROSHI TAMURA
    14. R The "Consumption Junction“ of ICT in Emerging Markets: An Ethnography of Middlemen
      1. ELISA OREGLIA
        KATHI R. KITNER
    15. R "It was like a little community“: An ethnographic study of online learning and its implications for MOOCs
      1. CHRISTINA WASSON
    16. R The pop-up ethnographer: Roles of the researcher in temporary spaces
      1. DEBORAH MAXWELL
        MEL WOODS
        SUZANNE PRIOR
    17. R Techno|theory deathmatch: An agonistic experiment in Theory and Practice
      1. JAY DAUTCHER
        MIKE GRIFFIN
        TIFFANY ROMAIN
        EUGENE LIMB
    18. R Models in motion: Ethnography moves from complicatedness to complex systems
      1. KEN ANDERSON
        TONY SALVADOR
        BRANDON BARNETT
    19. R Session 4: (Co)creation and (co)participation: multiple actors in the research
      1. MARTIN ORTLIEB
    20. R What research enables: Ethnography by high-school students catalyzing transformation of a post-tsunami community
      1. FUMIKO ICHIKAWA
        HIROSHI TAMURA
        YOKO AKAMA
    21. R Human API as a research source in health care
      1. KNOWL BAEK
        KYLE DUKE
        ROY LUO
        MONICA LEE
        ANIJO MATHEW
    22. R Strategic ethnography and reinvigorating Tesco Plc: Leveraging inside/ out bicultural bridging in multicultural teams
      1. Mary Yoko Brannen
        Fiona Moore
        Terry Mughan
    23. R Ethnography and the "Age Wave“: Knowledge capture for succession planning
      1. KRISTINE MCKENZIE GENTRY
    24. R Session 5: The state of our union: Reflections and projections on ethnography and ethnographers
      1. MARTHA COTTON
    25. R Co-opetition as the new path to innovation? Negotiating strategic change through user-centred design approaches:
      1. Alice Peinado
        Magdalena Jarvin
        Corinne Jouanny
    26. R Reflections on Positionality: Pros, cons and workarounds from an intense fieldwork
      1. EDUARDO GONÇALVES
        MARCELO FAGUNDES
    27. R People and Energy: A design-led approach to understanding everyday energy use behaviour
      1. DAN LOCKTON
        FLORA BOWDEN
        CATHERINE GREENE
        CLARE BRASS
        RAMA GHEERAWO
    28. R Serendipity and business development – Design anthropological investigations at The Post
      1. Mette Gislev Kjaersgaard
    29. R Understanding mediated practices: Combining ethnographic methods with blog data to develop insights
      1. Jonathan Bean
        Zeynep Arsel
    30. R Consumer fetish
      1. ERIC ARNOULD
        JULIEN CAYLA
    31. R ARTEFACTS
      1. ALICIA DORNADIC
        ADAM DRAZIN
    32. R Oh-Bento! How high school students bring ethnographic discourse into a lunch box
      1. FUMIKO ICHIKAWA
        HIROSHI TAMURA
    33. R Curious rituals: Gestural interaction in the digital everyday
      1. NICOLAS NOVA
        KATHERINE MIYAKE
        NANCY KWON
        WALTON CHIU
    34. R coYupik: Exposing opportunity through cooperative innovation
      1. ANNA CUCURULL
        SARA FORELL
        SERGIO GAUSACHS
    35. R Coach Me: Innovation in bus travel
      1. LIONEL OCHS
        NICOLAS GAUDRON
        VIRGINIA CRUZ
    36. R Concept development board of a domestic heating product for older adults
      1. PJ WHITE
    37. R Data salvage for design inspiration
      1. JULIE GUINN
        STEFANIE DANHOPE
    38. R Repair project
      1. IVANA FABRIO
        DOMAGOJ KUNIC
    39. R Rhei Inc.
      1. DAVID HILMER REX
        STEPHEN LICHTY
    40. R Balancing the electricity smart grid without unbalancing the family
      1. LOUISE BUCH LOEGSTRUP
        MAREN MELISSA NELSON-BURK
        WAFA SAID MOSLEH
        WENDY GUNN
    41. R This Is not a pipe
      1. J. PAUL NEELEY
    42. R Provocative video scenarios
      1. AGNESE CAGLIO
    43. R One concept expressed in five ways: How does The Media format affect feedback?
      1. CHIHO SASAKI
        KEIKO IHARA
        TAKANORI UGAI
    44. R Step on, pick up, tap through: Moving findings beyond PowerPoint
      1. ALEXANDRA ZAFIROGLU
        JENNIFER HEALEY
        TIM PLOWMAN
    45. R User experience sketches
      1. LUCY NEILAND
    46. R PECHAKUCHA
      1. SUZANNE L. THOMAS
        HAN PHAM
    47. R Consider everything
      1. J. PAUL NEELEY
    48. R Trust me
      1. HAN PHAM
    49. R Daily ordinary joy
      1. PAUL RATLIFF
    50. R Behind bars
      1. BECKY ROWE
    51. R Your creative mind-set is the future
      1. SHILPI KUMAR
        KETA PATEL
        PAUL SHEETZ
        CHIA-LING YU
    52. R Snore: Public sleeping in China
      1. MOLLY STEVENS
    53. R Ideology and alternative market systems: the case of complementary currencies
      1. MARIO CAMPANA
    54. R Why ethnography can turn fear of change into enthusiasm
      1. RIKKE ULK
        KATJA SCHLESINGER
    55. R Stasis to stability
      1. JAKE GARBER
    56. R Farmification
      1. LISA MA
    57. R Modern artefacts and a fundamental embrace: A new appreciation for old friends
      1. ERIN HOLLAND
    58. R Life and Death in the Age of Digital
      1. MEGAN BANNON
    59. R SALONS
      1. SIMON PULMAN-JONES
        STOKES JONES
        KATHY BAXTER
        RICH RADKA
    60. R New methods in and for ethnography
      1. STOKES JONES
    61. R Redeeming Big Data
      1. KATHY BAXTER
    62. R The Informal Economy
      1. RICH RADKA
    63. R WORKSHOPS
      1. CATRIONA MACAULAY
        SIMON ROBERTS
    64. R Ethnography + Design Fiction
      1. NICOLAS NOVA
        ANAB JAIN
    65. R What is your digital identity? Create a digital ecosystem of ideas, information and conversations
      1. ABHAY ADHIKARI
    66. R Barcelona 2.0 - Organizing the 2nd meeting of European Business Ethnographers in 2014
      1. HEINRICH SCHWARZ
    67. R Mobile apps and sensors: Emerging opportunities for ethnographic research
      1. MIKE GOTTA
        MARC STICKDORN
        SIAMACK SALARI
        ROSA MCLEAN
    68. R Thinking with your hands
      1. DOERTE (DOTTI) TOELLNER
        VIRGINIE GAILING
    69. R Skills and relationships: defining the training of future practitioners
      1. STEFANA BROADBENT
    70. R Not a workshop on ethnography (it's about using whiteboards)
      1. PHILLIP JOE
    71. R What we buy when we buy design research
      1. ANDREW HARDER
        HANNAH SCURFIELD

CONTRIBUTORS

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