Agency and Reflexivity in ICT4D Research: Questioning Women’s Options, Poverty, and Human Development.

Abstract

In this article, the accomplishment of a hairdresser to build up her own business through the use of her disciplined mind and her mobile phone is presented to raise questions around the project of development in general and the personal agency and reflexivity of ICT4D scholars in particular.

Citation

Buskens, I. Agency and Reflexivity in ICT4D Research: Questioning Women’s Options, Poverty, and Human Development. Information Technologies and International Development (2010) 6 (Special Edition) 19-24

Agency and Reflexivity in ICT4D Research: Questioning Women’s Options, Poverty, and Human Development.

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