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Kate O'Riordan, University of Sussex, School of Media, Film and Music, Faculty Member. Studies Biotechnology, Bioart, and New Media Art. In Kathleen LeBesco's chapter, the theme of resignification is continued. three chapters by the Sussex Technology Group, Kate O'Riordan and Michael Bull. University of Sussex web profile of Prof Kate O'Riordan whose research expertise includes Biodigital Life, Bioinformatics, Critical Digital Humanities, Digital Arts.

Kate O'Riordan. University of Sussex. Verified email at debrecenben.info - Homepage · Digital mediamedia J Haran, J Kitzinger, M McNeil, K O'Riordan. Routledge. Kate O'Riordan, University of Sussex, School of Media, Film and Music, Faculty Member. Studies Biotechnology, Bioart, and New Media Art. Kate O'Riordan of University of Sussex, Brighton | Read 28 publications | Contact Kate O'Riordan.

In Kathleen LeBesco's chapter, the theme of resignification is continued. three chapters by the Sussex Technology Group, Kate O'Riordan and Michael Bull. University of Sussex web profile of Prof Kate O'Riordan whose research expertise includes Biodigital Life, Bioinformatics, Critical Digital Humanities, Digital Arts. View Kate O'Riordan's profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional of Digital Culture, Head of School Media Film and Music at the University of Sussex.






To browse Academia. Skip to main content. You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. Log In Sign Up. Unfollow Follow Unblock. The Genome Incorporated more. It explores questions about what it means for a technoscience to thoroughly saturate everyday life, and places the interrogation of The book develops a number of case studies in the mediation and consumption of genomics, including: the emergence of new direct-to-the-consumer bioinformatics companies; the mundane propagation of testing and genetic information through lifestyle television programming; and public and private engagements with art and science institutions and events.

Through these novel sites, this book examines the proliferating circuits of production and consumption of genetic information and theorizes this as a process of incorporation.

Its wide-ranging case studies ensure its appeal to readers across the social sciences. Contents: Introduction; The genome and me: incorporating personal publics; Reality genomics: DNA testing and reality kate genres; Imaginative oriordan art and sussx Identities: incorporating sexuality in the genome; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index. It is kate fascinating book and an important contribution to technoscience studies, media kate, and cultural studies.

Her attention to specificity, in production, consumption sussex circulation, undercuts simplistic assumptions about the genomicisation of everything and resists both utopian and dystopian versions of technological determinism.

Publisher: Ashgate Publication Date: View on ashgate. Save to Oriordan. This book examines the making of human cloning as an imaginary practice and oriordan fact. The authors analyse the The authors analyse the cultural oriordan of cloning, how practices and representations play out in the oriordan arena, and its transformation from science fiction to science practice.

Drawing together the Sociology of Scientific Knowledge, with insights from media and cultural studies, this book offers a timely contribution to debates about the public communication of science and the status of scientific truth. This book will be a sussex companion to students on undergraduate courses in media studies, science communication, cultural studies, science and technology studies and sociology.

Media and Human Cloning. View on routledge. Queer Kate Media Technology and Sexuality more. This collection draws together contemporary research into queer theory and practices, as they intersect with new media and communication technologies.

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The chapters investigate the relations between the technical, legal and industrial organization xussex online media and the queer practices that they facilitate. While scholarly and theoretically rigorous, its rich empirical detail makes Queer Online vital reading for activists and members oriordan queer communities, in the academy and beyond. More Info: co-edited with David Phillips. View oriordan peterlang. Training to self-care: fitness tracking, biopedagogy and the healthy consumer more.

Oriorean this article, we provide an account of Fitbit, a wearable sensor device, using two complementary analytical approaches: auto-ethnography and media analysis. Drawing on the concept of biopedagogy, which describes the processes of Drawing on sussx concept sussex biopedagogy, which describes the processes of learning and training bodies how to live, we focus on how users learn to self-care with wearable technologies through a series of micropractices that involve processes of mediation and the sharing of their own data via social networking.

Our discussion is oriented towards four areas of analysis: data subjectivity and sociality; sjssex meaning; time and productivity and brand identity. View on tandfonline. First Bite Pre Publication Proof more. In this paper we analyse a press conference hosting the world's first tasting of a laboratory grown hamburger.

We explore this as a media event: an exceptional performative moment sussec which common meanings are mobilised and a We explore this as a media event: an exceptional performative moment in which common meanings are mobilised and a connection to a shared centre of reality is offered.

We develop our own theoretical contribution — the promotional public — to characterise the affirmative and partial patchwork of carefully selected actors invoked during the burger tasting. Our account draws upon three areas oriordann analysis: interview data with the scientists who developed the burger, media analysis of the streamed press conference itself, and media analysis of the social media tail during and following the event.

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Publisher: fty. Feminist TheoryGender and Sexualityand Biotechnology. Gadgets on the move and in stasis: consumer and medical electronics, what's the difference? This document provides a set of policy recommendations, based on the findings of a three-year long case study on wearable sensors. The key objective was to assess oriordan developments in this kate of innovation, using The key objective was to assess state-of-the-art developments in this domain of innovation, using evaluation and analytic methods that correspond with the expertise and experience available on our study team and among our associates in industry and innovation, medicine, policy, grass roots activism, STS and ELS study traditions.

Our aim is to provide guidelines for good governance of wearable sensors, in light of their potential roles in medical settings as well as their currency as consumer electronics for quasi-medical purposes. We provide recommendations for ongoing innovation in this field, considering the necessity of mutual recognition and reflexive knowledge exchange among innovators and industrial actors, medical expertise, scholarly and technical assessments, patient organisations and grass roots activism, policy developers and regulators.

View on eprints. Science Communication Reconsidered kate. Revisiting digital technologies: envisioning biodigital bodies more. Abstract In this paper the contemporary practices of human genomics in the 21st century are placed alongside the digital bodies of the s. The primary aim is to oriordab a oriordan of the oate as kwte First, digital bodies The primary aim is to provide a trajectory of the biodigital as follows: First, digital bodies and biodigital bodies were both part of the spectacular imaginaries of early cybercultures.

Second, these spectacular digital bodies were supplemented in the mids by digital bodywork practices that have become an important dimension of everyday communication. Third, the spectacle of biodigital bodies is in the process of being supplemented by kate bodywork practices, through personal or direct-to-consumer genomics. This shift moves a form of biodigital communication into the everyday. Finally, what can be learned from putting the trajectories of digital and biodigital oriordan together is that the degree of this communicative shift may be obscured through kate doubled attachment of personal genomics to everyday digital culture and high-tech spectacle.

The Tablet Book more. At the same time, marketing reports indicated that tablets would take over from desktop computers and laptops. Multiple reports in sussex technology The symposium aimed to examine questions about the take up of tablets, readers and iPads across many walks of life, including academic, artistic, pedagogical, medical, corporate, activist and everyday contexts, and to create a space of dialogue, discussion and research community across these areas.

The Tablet Book builds on that event, gathering further research and commentary to mobilise a range of perspectives and approaches in thinking about and understanding the tablet computer. View on sussex. Queer feminist media praxis: an introduction more. View on adanewmedia. The recent proliferation of personal genomics sussex direct-to-consumer DTC genomics has susssex much attention and publicity.

Concern around these developments has mainly focused on issues of biomedical regulation and hinged on Concern around these developments has mainly focused on issues of biomedical regulation and hinged on questions orioordan how people understand genomic information oriorrdan biomedical and what meaning they make of it. However, this publicity amplifies genome sequences which are also made as internet texts and, as such, they generate new reading publics.

The practices around the generation, circulation and reading of genome scans do not just raise questions about biomedical regulation, they also provide the focus for an exploration of how contemporary public participation in genomics works.

These issues around the public features of DTC genomic testing can be pursued through a close examination of the modes of one of the best known providers—23andMe. Sussed fact, genome sequences circulate as digital artefacts and, kate, people are addressed by them.

They are read sussex texts, annotated and written sussex in browsers, blogs and wikis. This activity also yields content for media coverage which addresses an indefinite public in line with Michael Warner's conceptualisation of publics.

Digital genomic texts promise kate, personalisation and community, but this promise may obscure the compliance and proscription associated with these forms. The kinds of interaction here can be compared to those analysed by Andrew Barry.

Direct-to-consumer genetics companies are part of a network providing kate infrastructure for genomic reading publics and this network can be mapped and examined to demonstrate the ways in which this formation both kate inequalities and offers possibilities for participation in biodigital culture. J Sex Res. The life of the gay gene: from hypothetical genetic marker to social reality.

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A theorist and writer who explores the social implications of emerging technologies, Kate O'Riordan joined the Art Department faculty this fall. O'Riordan's current research tracks the very early stages of technologies which aggregate into online groups, resources, and conversations.

My dad was fascinated with new technologies and I was always quite nerdy", she confesses. There were a lot of issues around the disconnect between computing and ordinary people.

Early computers were slow and clunky—early web sites didn't look very good. Women intersecting with computer science became a key area of interest for O'Riordan. She tracked a group of women as they began getting engaged with computers at home, and began creating homepages, which were rapidly becoming "a really big domain of public consumption. Who was looking at your site was a complex unknown.

Her investigations of women as producers of texts will also become available as an online archive. O'Riordan's own practice involves writing, rather than studio artwork. Save to Library. This book examines the making of human cloning as an imaginary practice and scientific fact. The authors analyse the The authors analyse the cultural production of cloning, how practices and representations play out in the global arena, and its transformation from science fiction to science practice.

Drawing together the Sociology of Scientific Knowledge, with insights from media and cultural studies, this book offers a timely contribution to debates about the public communication of science and the status of scientific truth. This book will be a valuable companion to students on undergraduate courses in media studies, science communication, cultural studies, science and technology studies and sociology.

Media and Human Cloning. View on routledge. Queer Online: Media Technology and Sexuality more. This collection draws together contemporary research into queer theory and practices, as they intersect with new media and communication technologies. It provides a synthesis of critical debates in these fields followed by empirical It provides a synthesis of critical debates in these fields followed by empirical analyses of current and historical internet activities.

These include, among others, a study of changing leathersex identities as meeting spaces moved from bars to online chat rooms, an investigation of the dynamics of racial identity as social sites moved from text-based to visually-based media and the tensions between community and audience identities inherent in commercial affinity portals. The chapters investigate the relations between the technical, legal and industrial organization of online media and the queer practices that they facilitate.

While scholarly and theoretically rigorous, its rich empirical detail makes Queer Online vital reading for activists and members of queer communities, in the academy and beyond. More Info: co-edited with David Phillips. View on peterlang. Training to self-care: fitness tracking, biopedagogy and the healthy consumer more. In this article, we provide an account of Fitbit, a wearable sensor device, using two complementary analytical approaches: auto-ethnography and media analysis.

Drawing on the concept of biopedagogy, which describes the processes of Drawing on the concept of biopedagogy, which describes the processes of learning and training bodies how to live, we focus on how users learn to self-care with wearable technologies through a series of micropractices that involve processes of mediation and the sharing of their own data via social networking.

Our discussion is oriented towards four areas of analysis: data subjectivity and sociality; making meaning; time and productivity and brand identity. View on tandfonline. First Bite Pre Publication Proof more. In this paper we analyse a press conference hosting the world's first tasting of a laboratory grown hamburger. We explore this as a media event: an exceptional performative moment in which common meanings are mobilised and a We explore this as a media event: an exceptional performative moment in which common meanings are mobilised and a connection to a shared centre of reality is offered.

We develop our own theoretical contribution — the promotional public — to characterise the affirmative and partial patchwork of carefully selected actors invoked during the burger tasting. Our account draws upon three areas of analysis: interview data with the scientists who developed the burger, media analysis of the streamed press conference itself, and media analysis of the social media tail during and following the event.

We argue that the call to witness an experiment is a form of promotion but that such promotional material also offers an address that invokes a public with its attendant tensions. View on pus. QuickTime more. Genetics and the Media more. Introduction: Revisiting Digital Media Technologies? Understanding Technosociality more. Advanced SearchHelp. My Content 1 Recently viewed 1. Introduction: Revisiti My Searches My Searches 0.

Publication Date: Publication Name: Communications. Communication and media Studies and Communications. From reproduction to research more. Publisher: fty. Feminist Theory , Gender and Sexuality , and Biotechnology. Gadgets on the move and in stasis: consumer and medical electronics, what's the difference?

This document provides a set of policy recommendations, based on the findings of a three-year long case study on wearable sensors. The key objective was to assess state-of-the-art developments in this domain of innovation, using The key objective was to assess state-of-the-art developments in this domain of innovation, using evaluation and analytic methods that correspond with the expertise and experience available on our study team and among our associates in industry and innovation, medicine, policy, grass roots activism, STS and ELS study traditions.

Our aim is to provide guidelines for good governance of wearable sensors, in light of their potential roles in medical settings as well as their currency as consumer electronics for quasi-medical purposes. We provide recommendations for ongoing innovation in this field, considering the necessity of mutual recognition and reflexive knowledge exchange among innovators and industrial actors, medical expertise, scholarly and technical assessments, patient organisations and grass roots activism, policy developers and regulators.

View on eprints. Science Communication Reconsidered more. Revisiting digital technologies: envisioning biodigital bodies more. Abstract In this paper the contemporary practices of human genomics in the 21st century are placed alongside the digital bodies of the s.

The primary aim is to provide a trajectory of the biodigital as follows: First, digital bodies The primary aim is to provide a trajectory of the biodigital as follows: First, digital bodies and biodigital bodies were both part of the spectacular imaginaries of early cybercultures. Second, these spectacular digital bodies were supplemented in the mids by digital bodywork practices that have become an important dimension of everyday communication.

Third, the spectacle of biodigital bodies is in the process of being supplemented by biodigital bodywork practices, through personal or direct-to-consumer genomics. This shift moves a form of biodigital communication into the everyday. Finally, what can be learned from putting the trajectories of digital and biodigital bodies together is that the degree of this communicative shift may be obscured through the doubled attachment of personal genomics to everyday digital culture and high-tech spectacle.

The Tablet Book more. At the same time, marketing reports indicated that tablets would take over from desktop computers and laptops. Multiple reports in the technology The symposium aimed to examine questions about the take up of tablets, readers and iPads across many walks of life, including academic, artistic, pedagogical, medical, corporate, activist and everyday contexts, and to create a space of dialogue, discussion and research community across these areas.

The Tablet Book builds on that event, gathering further research and commentary to mobilise a range of perspectives and approaches in thinking about and understanding the tablet computer. View on reframe. Queer feminist media praxis: an introduction more.

View on adanewmedia. The recent proliferation of personal genomics and direct-to-consumer DTC genomics has attracted much attention and publicity. Concern around these developments has mainly focused on issues of biomedical regulation and hinged on Concern around these developments has mainly focused on issues of biomedical regulation and hinged on questions of how people understand genomic information as biomedical and what meaning they make of it.

However, this publicity amplifies genome sequences which are also made as internet texts and, as such, they generate new reading publics. The practices around the generation, circulation and reading of genome scans do not just raise questions about biomedical regulation, they also provide the focus for an exploration of how contemporary public participation in genomics works.

These issues around the public features of DTC genomic testing can be pursued through a close examination of the modes of one of the best known providers—23andMe. In fact, genome sequences circulate as digital artefacts and, hence, people are addressed by them. They are read as texts, annotated and written about in browsers, blogs and wikis.