Mozambique: Cell phone and society

Sociologist Elísio Macamo [pt] is working on an interesting series of posts about cell phone use in Mozambique. There have been five articles so far, starting with this introduction to the series last Monday: “The mobile phone, I suggest, has become the way of negotiating individuality and sense of community in today's Mozambique. Understanding the cell phone's ethnography, I think, is to understand Mozambique.”

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  • […] trecho que escolhi para traduzir para o GVO foi do post de abertura: O celular, quero sugerir, tornou-se na expressão da negociação da […]

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