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Was wäre faire Digitalisierung | Entwicklungspolitik 4.0?

Datum: 
Mittwoch, 27. Oktober 2021 - 20:00
Ort: 
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Neuer Termin zu unserem aktuellen Fokusthema:

Entwicklungspolitik 4.0? Die Zukunft der Entwicklungszusammenarbeit.
 
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Inwieweit können digitale und technische Innovation und Transformation zum Erreichen der Agenda 2030 beitragen?

Am Mittwoch, den 27. Oktober um 20 Uhr deutsche Zeit haben wir einen Termin mit Sven Hilbig von Brot für die Welt zum Thema

„Eine fair gestaltete Digitalisierung - Wie kann das gehen?“

Bei uns ist Sven Hilbig Er beschäftigt sich in seinem Arbeitskontext bei  Brot für die Welt viel mit dem Thema einer fair gestalteten Digitalisierung. Seine Präsentation: https://www.sid-hamburg.de/system/files/filedepot/23/fairedigitalisierungbfdw.pdf

Wir freuen uns auf Euch!

 

Hier ist die von Sabina erwähnte Literaturliste:

Bentley, C. M., Nemer, D. & Vannini, S. 2019: „When words become unclear: unmasking ICT through visual methodologies in participatory ICT4D

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, AI & Society, 34, 477493.

Birhane, A. 2019: The Algorithmic Colonization of Africa

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, Real Life Mag, 9 July.

Cave, S.; Dihal, K. 2020: The Whiteness of AI

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, Philosophy & Technology 33, 685-703.

Denskus, T. 2020: Racism in the aid industry and international development-a curated collection

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, Aidnography, 18 June.

Denskus, T. 2019: Blogging and curating content as strategies to diversify discussions and communicate development differently,

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Aidnography, 17 December.

Denskus, T. & Papan, A. 2013: Reflexive engagements: the international development blogging evolution and its challenges

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, Development in Practice 23:4, 435-447.

Graham, M. (ed.) 2019: Digital Economies at Global Margins

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. Ottawa, ON/Boston, MA: IDRC/MIT Press.

Heeks, R. 2017: Information and Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D)

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. Abingdon: Routledge.

Jackson, J. 2019: Black Communities Are Already Living in a Tech Dystopia

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, Fairness & Accuracy in Reporting, 15 August.

Kwet, M. 2021: Digital colonialism: the evolution of American empire

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, ROAR, 3 March.

Murphy, J. T. & Carmody, P. 2015: Africa's Information Revolution-Technical Regimes and Production Networks in South Africa and Tanzania

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. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.

Noble, S. A. 2018: Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism. New York, NY: NYU Press.

O'Donnell, A. & Sweetman, C. 2018: Introduction: Gender, development and ICTs

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, Gender & Development, 26:2, 217-229.

Pooley, J. 2021: Social Media & the self-An open reader

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. mediastudies. press.

Rettberg, J. W. 2014: Blogging

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. Oxford: Polity. (particularly Chapter 3 &

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Chapter 7)

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Roberts, T. 2019: Digital Development: what's in a name?

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Appropriating Technology, 9 August.

Sein, M. K., Thapa, D, Hatakka, M. & Sæbø, Ø. 2019: A holistic perspective on the theoretical foundations for ICT4D research

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, Information Technology for Development 25:1, 7-25.

Unwin, T. 2017: Reclaiming Information & Communication Technologies for Development

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. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Walsham, G. 2017: ICT4D research: reflections on history and future agenda,

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Information Technology for Development, 23:1, 18-41.

 

ICT4D, AID WORK AND COMMUNICATING DEVELOPMENT

Ademolu, E. & Warrington, S. 2019: Who Gets to Talk About NGO Images of Global Poverty?

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, Photography and Culture, August.

Chonka, P. 2019: The Empire Tweets Back? #HumanitarianStarWars and Memetic Self-Critique in the Aid Industry

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, Social Media + Society, October.

Choppen, C. 2020: Podcasts-where next? How INGOs can embrace the power of the podcast

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. London: International Broadcasting Trust.

Denskus, T., 2019: White saviour communication rituals in 10 easy steps

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, Aidnography, 5 March.

Denskus, T., Esser, D. 2015: TED Talks on International Development: Trans-Hegemonic Promise and Ritualistic Constraints

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, Communication Theory 25:2, 166-187.

Etem, A. J. 2020: Representations of Syrian Refugees in UNICEFs Media Projects: New Vulnerabilities in Digital Humanitarian Communication

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, Global Perspectives 1:1.

Hor, A. 2017Searching for Redemption: Distancing Narratives in the Everyday Emotional Lives of Aid Workers

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. Draft paper.

Neuman, M. 2017: Dying for humanitarian ideas-Using images and statistics to manufacture humanitarian martyrdom

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, Paris: MSF-CRASH.

Ong, J. & Combinido, P. 2017: The Filipino Aid Workers of Typhoon Yolanda: A Commemorative Feature

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, Newton Tech4Dev Network.

Peace Direct (2021): Time to Decolonize Aid-Insights and Lessons from a global consultation. London: Peace Direct.

Richey, L.-A. 2018: Conceptualizing Everyday Humanitarianism: Ethics, Affects, and Practices of Contemporary Global Helping

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, New Political Science, 40:4, 625-639.

Schwarz, K. & Richey, L.-A. 2019: Humanitarian humor, digilantism, and the dilemmas of representing volunteer tourism on social media

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, New Media & Society, 21:9, 1928-1946.

Shringarpure, B. 2020: Africa and the Digital Savior Complex

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, Journal of African Cultural Studies, 32:2, 178-194.

Taub, A. 2012: Beyond #Kony2012: Atrocity, Awareness + Activism in the Internet Age

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, Leanpub ebook.

 

NEW MEDIA, ACTIVISM AND DEVELOPMENT

Anwar, M. A. & Graham, M. 2020: Between a rock and a hard place: Freedom, flexibility, precarity and vulnerability in the gig economy in Africa

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, Competition & Change, Online First.

Cheeseman, N., Fisher, J., Hassan, I. & Hitchen, J. 2020: Nigeria's WhatsApp Politics

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, Journal of Democracy, 31:3, 145-159.

Hopkins, S. 2018: UN celebrity Itgirls as public relations-ised humanitarianism

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, International Communication Gazette 80:3, 273-292.

Karam, Beschara; Mutsvairo, Bruce (2022): Decolonising Political Communication in Africa-Reframing Ontologies

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. Oxon: Routledge (open access).

Kothari, A., Salleh, A., Escobar, A., Demaria, F. and Acosta, A. 2019: Pluriverse-A Post-Development Dictionary

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, New York, NY: Columbia University Press.

Mutsvairo, B., Bebawi, S., Borges-Rey, E. 2019: Data Journalism in the Global South

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, Cham: Palgrave.

Ristovska, S. 2021: Seeing Human Rights: Video Activism as a Proxy Profession

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. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press (open access).

Tufekci, Z. 2017Twitter and Tear Gas-The Power and Fragility of Networked Protest

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. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.

 

SOCIAL MEDIA, DATAFICATION AND DEVELOPMENT

Beraldo, D. & Milan, S. 2019: From data politics to the contentious politics of data

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, Big Data & Society, 6:2.

Cinnamon, J. 2019: Data inequalities and why they matter for development

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, Information Technology for Development, August.

Denskus, T. & Esser, D. 2013: Social Media and Global Development Rituals: a content analysis of blogs and tweets on the 2010 MDG Summit

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, Third World Quarterly 34:3, 409-424.

Milan, S. & Trere, E. 2019: Big Data from the South(s): Beyond Data Universalism

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, Television & New Media, 20:4, 319-335.

Read, R., Taithe, B. & Mac Ginty, R. 2016: Data hubris? Humanitarian information systems and the mirage of technology

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Third World Quarterly, 37:8, 1314-1331.

Shelby, R.; Henne, K. 2021: Data, Power, and Racial Formations

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, Big Data & Society, special edition.

Taylor, L. 2017: What is data justice? The case for connecting digital rights and freedoms on the global level

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, Big Data & Society, 4:2.

Taylor, L., Sharma, G., Martin, A. & Jameson, S. 2020: Data Justice and COVID-19: Global Perspectives

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, Meatspace Press.

USAID 2018: Reflecting the Past, Shaping the Future: Making AI Work for International Development

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. Washington, DC: USAID.

Zwitter, A. & Gstrein, O. J. 2020: Big data, privacy and COVID-19 learning from humanitarian expertise in data protection

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, Journal of International Humanitarian Action, 5:4.

 

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES 

Convivial Thinking - Critical, Decolonial, Collaborative

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(various blog posts).

One Step Forward Podcact

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The Good Problem Podcast

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The Rethinking Development Podcast

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