Associate Professor Martin Gibbs
- Sociology of Recreational and Domestic Uses of Information Technology
Dr Martin Gibbs is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computing and Information Systems at The University of Melbourne.
- how people use a variety of interactive technologies (video games, community networks, mobile phones; etc) for convivial and sociable purposes in a variety of situations (intimate strong-tie relationships, local neighborhoods, work-based occupational communities, online computer games)
- social dynamics of digital and board games
- digital commemoration and the use of interactive technologies at end-of-life
- Kohn T, Van Ryn L, Nansen B, Arnold M, Gibbs M. Researching Death Online. The Routledge Companion to Digital Ethnography. Routledge. 2017. Editors: Hjorth L, Horst H, Galloway A, Bell G.
- Kohn T, Meese J, Arnold M, Gibbs M, Nansen B. The Social Life of the Dead and the Leisured Life of the Living Online. Leisure and Death: Lively Encounters with Risk, Death, and Dying. 2017. Editors: Kaul A, Skinner J.
- Rogerson M, Gibbs M, Smith M. "I love all the bits": The Materiality of Boardgames. 34th Annual CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI4GOOD). Association for Computing Machinery Inc.. 2016.
- Allison F, Carter M, Gibbs M. A History of Voice Interaction in Games. 1st International Joint Conference of DiGRA and FDG. 2016.
- Arnold M, Nansen B, Kennedy J, Gibbs M, Harrop M, Wilken R. An Ontography of Broadband on a Domestic Scale. Transformations Journal. Central Queensland University. 2016, Vol. 27.
- Nansen B, Wilken R, Kennedy J, Arnold M, Gibbs M. Methodological and ethical concerns associated with digital ethnography in domestic environments: Participant burden and burdensome technologies. Ethics and Visual Research Methods: Theory, Methodology, and Practice. 2016.
- Gibbs M, Mori J, Carter M. RIP vile rat: Makeshift memorials in EVE online. Internet Spaceships are Serious Business: An EVE Online Reader. 2016.
- Gibbs M, Meese J, Arnold M, Nansen B, Carter M. #Funeral and Instagram: death, social media, and platform vernacular. Annual Conference of the Association-of-Internet-Research. Routledge. 2015, Vol. 18, Issue 3.
- Nansen B, Kennedy J, Arnold M, Gibbs M, Wilken R. Digital ethnographic techniques in domestic spaces: Notes on methods and ethics. Visual Methodologies. 2015, Vol. 3, Issue 2.
- Kennedy J, Nansen B, Arnold M, Wilken R, Gibbs M. Digital housekeepers and domestic expertise in the networked home. CONVERGENCE-THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH INTO NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES. Sage Publications. 2015, Vol. 21, Issue 4.
- Rogerson M, Gibbs M, Smith M. Digitising boardgames: Issues and tensions. DiGRA 2015 - Proceedings of the 2015 DiGRA International Conference: Diversity of Play. 2015.
- Wilken R, Kennedy J, Arnold M, Gibbs M, Nansen B. Framing the NBN: An Analysis of Newspaper Representations. Communication, Politics & Culture Journal. School of Applied Communication, RMIT University. 2015, Vol. 47, Issue 3.
- Allison F, Carter M, Gibbs M. Good frustrations: The paradoxical pleasure of fearing death in DayZ. OzCHI 2015: Being Human - Conference Proceedings. 2015.
- Graham C, Arnold M, Kohn T, Gibbs M. Gravesites and websites: a comparison of memorialisation. Visual Studies. Routledge. 2015, Vol. 30, Issue 1.
- Webber S, Gibbs M, McCarthy G. Help me keep my stuff safe: Designing a collaborative online repository for young people in care. OzCHI 2015: Being Human - Conference Proceedings. 2015.
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