In this episode of the Innovation For All Podcast, Sheana Ahlqvist talks to Dr. Sherry Hamby, a Research Professor of Psychology at the University of the South and a Director of the Life Paths Research Center (LPRC). They talk about the role of technology in peoples daily lives. They discuss Appalachian attitudes and values,
IN THIS EPISODE YOU’LL HEAR:
- The culture of values and skepticism that makes Appalachian resistant to technology
- What are the attitudes and stereotypes about Appalachia?
- How are
low incomeregions like Appalachia portrayed?
- How different forms of violence are shifting online, for
instance Cyber bullying
- The negative effects on relationships from technology
- How do people feel about Privacy invasion, data protection
- Is protecting our own privacy equally distributed among the rich and the poor?
- What are the differences between how rural and urban societies operate?
- How do regulations fit in all this?
- The importance of consent in letting technology earn the trust of people.
Sheana and Sherry also talk about
- Resisting Technology, Appalachian Style (Article)
- What did you Change your Mind About in 2018? Answers on AI, Data, Work and More – Innovation For All Podcast on iTunes|Stitcher|In Browser
- Have I Been Pwned (Website)
- Resilience Con (Workshop)
- Phd Insights (Website)
- Winners Take All (Book)
- Life Paths Research (Website)
- International Journal of Communication (Journal)
- Orange is the New Black
- The Simpsons
- TED Talks
- Jeff Temple
- Emily Rothman
CONNECT WITH SHERRY
- Find Sherry on Life Paths Research