A Postphenomenological Inquiry of Cell Phones: Genealogies, Meanings, and Becoming

Lexington Books (2015)
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This book is the first postphenomenological analysis of the important roles the cellphone plays in contemporary everydayness. It is an example of a new methodology to study everyday technologies that combines historical research with a philosophical investigation.

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