Looking for informants in Ulaanbaatar
I am looking for women in Ulaanbaatar with a close relationship with computer technology (like students, lecturers or workers in computer science or a related field of computer technology) who would be willing to participate in an interview.
My name is Hilde G. Corneliussen and I am a researcher in Digital Culture at University of Bergen in Norway. I have been doing research on men and women’s relationships with computer technology for many years, and I am now looking for women in Ulaanbaatar who could participate in interviews in an international study called “Technicity – Exploring women’s relationship with computer technology”.
The interview will take place in Ulaanbaatar in second half of July 2013.
The interview will take about one hour. It is not a prerequisite, but a great advantage if we can do the interview in English.
Please send me an email or contact me on Facebook if you have questions or if you are interested in participating, and I’ll provide more information about the project.
Hope to see you in Ulaanbaatar!
Hilde G. Corneliussen
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