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Personal webpage: http://www.deirdrehynes.co.uk/
1999 - 2004: Ph.D. candidate, School of Communications, Dublin City University
Dissertation: Analysis of Digital Multimedia Consumption/ Use in the Household Setting. A qualitative analysis of New Media Technologies in Ireland.
Academic advisor: Dr. Paschal Preston, Dublin City University.
1999 Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies, 2.1 Honours degree Dublin City University. Areas of specialisation: Audience reception analysis, qualitative and quantitative research methodologies, interdisciplinary cultural studies
Vuojarvi, H., Isomaki, H., & Hynes, D. (2010) Domestication of a laptop on a wireless campus: a case study in Australasian Journal of Educational Technologies Volume 26 Number 2 (250-267) Spring 2010 http://www.ascilite.org.au/ajet/ajet26/vuojarvi.html
Interview with MIT comparative Media Studies
Hynes, D (2010) Football, femininity and forums: a study of Gender Identities in football forums presented to the Sixth International Technology and Society Conference Free University Berlin, Germany 15-17 January 2010. further info
Cawley, A & Hynes, D (2010) Evolving mobile communication practices Aslib Proceedings Special Issue Volume 62 Issue 1 2010, (pp. 29-45) pdf
Hynes, D. (2009) [End] users as Designers: The Internet in Everyday Life in Irish Households in Anthropology in Action Volume 16, Number 1, Spring 2009 , pp. 18-29(12) further info
Hynes, D. and Richardson, H (2009) What Use is Domestication Theory to Information Systems Research? in Dwivedi. Y, et al (2009)The Handbook of Research on Contemporary Theoretical Models in Information Systems,Ideas Publishing Group
Koivunen, Emma-Reetta & Deirdre Hynes (2009): Sun, sand and sweaters: A visual analysis of the touristic representations of Shetland. Taking Shetland Out of the Box, Island Dynamics, Lerwick, Shetland.
Vuojärvi, H., Isomäki, H., & Hynes, D. (2009). Domestication of a laptop on a wireless campus. Poster presentation at the Learning in Digital Worlds conference (CAL’09), March 23-25, 2009. Brighton, UK
Hynes, D. Tiainen, T. Koivunen, E-R. and Paakki, M-K (2008) Articulating ICT Use Narratives in Everyday Life in Van Slyke, C. (2008) Information Communication Technologies: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications Vol.4 Ideas Publishing Group
Hynes, D (2007) Class and the Internet: a case-study of the e-working class in Ireland Irish Media Research Network Digital Hub, Dublin June 15th 2007
Hynes, D (2007) Applying domestication: how the internet found its place in the home in Information Resource Management Association proceedings Vancouver, B.C Canada 2007
Hynes, D (2007) Evolving mobile communication practices Christina Institute European Gender and ICT symposium University of Helsinki March 2007
Hynes, D. (2006) Consumption Convergence in V.Partha. Sarathy (2006) Media ConvergenceI CFAI University Press
Hynes, D. Tiainen, T. Koivunen, E-R. (2006) Narratives of ICT use in Trauth, E. (2006) Encyclopedia of Gender and Information Technology Ideas Publishing Group
Hynes, D (2005) Digital Multimedia Use & Consumption in the Household Setting, unpublished PhD Thesis, DublinCityUniversity
Tiainen, T. Hynes, D. Koivunen, E-R. and Paakki, M-K (2005b), Beyond Objectivity: Conversing Subjective Information Society Discourse, In Pedro Isaías, Piet Kommers, and Maggie McPhoerson (Eds), Proceedings of the IADIS International Conference e-Society 2005, Malta, (27-30.6.2005) pp. 163-169.
Hynes, D & Rommes, E. (2005a) “Fitting the internet into our lives: what IT courses have to do with It” in Berker, T. Hartmann, M. Punie, Y. Ward. K (2005) Rethinking Domestication, Open University Press.
Hynes, D. (2004) Domestication: what IT courses have to do with it? Paper presented to Gender Digitales: Amsterdam Symposium Gender & ICT 20 January 2004
Hynes. D (2003c) "The role of computer courses in the domestication of the computer". Case Study for the Strategies of Inclusion: Gender and the Information Society Project (SIGIS). Funded by the IST Programme of the European Union (5th Framework). August 2003
Hynes. D (2003b) "Digital Multimedia Consumption/Use in the Household Setting" - 'New Media and Everyday Life in Europe'. Paper presented to EMTEL conference London, UK, 23 - 26 April 2003
Hynes. D (2002b) "Digital Multimedia Consumption/Use in the Household Setting" paper presented to IAMCR - Barcelona, Spain, 23 Conference and General Assembly 21-26 July 2002
Hynes. D (2002a) "Consumption Convergence" paper presented to "Aspects of Social Research" conference, 9-11 May 2002 University of Salford - Manchester, UK,
Hynes. D (2001) "Consumption Convergence" paper presented to "Digital Landscapes: Media Transformations in Ireland symposium", 18-19 May 2001. DIT Dublin, Ireland.
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