WP2 Lead Ethnographer, Edgeryders
Amelia Hassoun is an anthropologist with a research focus on the social impacts of digital technologies. Has extensive ethnographic research experience both online and offline, in both public and private sector, focusing on the power of participatory communities to facilitate transparent, efficient solutions to public problems. Has technical experience designing and developing a bespoke patient information website, as well as interviewing community members, gathering and analysing qualitative and quantitative data, and generating ethnographic reports. Currently a doctoral researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute analysing community-based civic technology initiatives, ethnographically examining how community members creatively interact with and rework “smart” urban technologies.
- Hassoun, A. (2016) ‘Design and Temporality: Translation’, Correspondences, Cultural Anthropology website, June 13
- Hassoun, A. (2016) ‘Hippocratic Hacking’, Platypus: The CASTAC Blog, October 28