Digitox digital seminar November 2020
Intrusive media and disconnection dilemmas in work and family life
As digital media use is closely interwoven in everyday activities across social domains, dilemmas of disconnection play out in a range of contexts. This seminar features presentations of ongoing empirical research on intrusive media and digital disconnection in work and family life.
In this Digitox digital seminar, we are happy to have Stine Lomborg (University of Copenhagen and Digitox advisory board) as an invited guest.
Stine will speak about an ongoing conceptual and empirical study of productivity tracking: "Everyday AI at the work/life intersection”.
This is followed by a presentation by Brita Ytre-Arne (Infomedia, UiB) on a qualitative interview study with parents on intrusive media and disconnection norms in family life.
Hallvard Moe (Infomedia, UiB) is chairing the discussion.