PhD
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Social Capital in Urban Spaces

As technology becomes more prevalent in public and semi-public spaces, the nature of how these places are used as social forums is changing. Drawing from psychology, human-computer interaction, and urban studies, I aim to design technology to encourage face-to-face social interaction.

Social Capital in Urban Spaces

Drawing from psychology, human-computer interaction, and urban studies, I aim to design technology to encourage face-to-face social interaction.

Currently, I am conducting quantitative and qualitative studies on collaborative consumption and how sharing might influence trust in neighborhoods. I will be presenting a demo of Movement at CSCW in February 2016.