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Conference IFIP WG 9.4 International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries (15th : 2019 : Dar es Salaam, Tanzania)
Title Information and communication technologies for development : strengthening Southern-driven cooperation as a catalyst for ICT4D : 15th IFIP WG 9.4 International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries, ICT4D 2019, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, May 1-3, 2019, Proceedings. Part II / Petter Nielsen, Honest Christopher Kimaro (eds.).
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2019.

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Conference IFIP WG 9.4 International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries (15th : 2019 : Dar es Salaam, Tanzania)
Series IFIP advances in information and communication technology, 1868-4238 ; 552.
IFIP advances in information and communication technology ; 552. 1868-4238.
Subject Information technology -- Social aspects -- Developing countries -- Congresses.
Alt Name Nielsen, Petter,
Kimaro, Honest Christopher,
Add Title ICT4D 2019
Description 1 online resource (xviii, 447 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Note International conference proceedings.
Includes author index.
Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed May 9, 2019).
Contents [I]. Pushing the boundaries : new research methods, theory and philosophy in ICT4D: 1. Southern theories in ICT4D / David Kreps and Julian M. Bass -- 2. Combining pragmatism and critical realism in ICT4D research : an e-resilience case example / Richard Heeks, Angelica V. Ospina, and P.J. Wall -- 3. Digital development : elements of a critical ICT4D theory and praxis / Anna Bon and Hans Akkermans -- 4. Identifying generative mechanisms in a mobile health (mHealth) project in Sierra Leone : a critical realist framework for retroduction / P.J. Wall, Dave Lewis, and Lucy Hederman -- 5. Capabilities and affordances in the ICT4D context : similarities, differences, and complementarities / Devinder Thapa and Yingqin Zheng -- 6. A framework to explain the relation between ICT and development : combining affordances and the capability approach / Mathias Hatakka, ystein Sb, and Devinder Thapa -- 7. Method of research in a we-paradigm, lessons on living research in Africa / Gertjan van Stam -- 8. Unpacking empowerment in ICT4D research / Priyanka Pandey and Yingqin Zheng -- 9. Adopting a theory of change approach for ICT4D project impact assessment : the case of CMES project / Yan Li and Manjof A. Thomas -- 10. Participatory video, giving voice and respect to the epistemic sovereignty of communities in rural Zimbabwe / Peter Makamba, Chido Matewa, Janneke van Dijk, Gertjan van Stam, and Peter Vhoko -- 11. Mechanisms fostering the misuse of information systems for corrupt practices in the Nigerian public sector / Ibrahim Inuwa, Chidi Ononiwu, Muhammadou M.O. Kah, and Ago K.M. Quaye -- 12. Rethinking theory and practice of ICT4D : an analysis of the discourse embedded in the 2016 World Bank report / Calisto Kondowe and Wallace Chigona.
[II]. ICT4D for the Indigenous, by the Indigenous and of the Indigenous: 13. Nexus between country context and the role of external actors in the formulation of national information and communication technology policies / Gregory Kunyenje and Wallace Chigona -- 14. Research in Africa for Africa? Probing the effect and credibility of research done by foreigners for Africa / Munyaradzi Mawere and Gertjan van Stam -- 15. Decolonising neo-liberal innovation : using the Andean philosophy of 'Buen Vivir' to reimagine innovation hubs / Andrea Jimenez and Tony Roberts -- 16. Incorporating Indigenous perspectives in provision of e-government services : the case of Tanzania / Bakari Mashaka, Neil McBride, and Kutoma Wakunuma -- 17. Smart city for development : a conceptual model for developing countries / Luiz Antonio Joia and Alexander Kuhl -- 18. Digital technology for preserving cultural heritage in Tonga / 'Anau Mesui, Antonio Diaz Andrade, and Lena Waizenegger.
[III]. Southern-driven human-computer interaction: 19. Socio-technical HCI for ethical value exchange : lessons from India / Jose Abdelnour-Nocera, Torkil Clemmensen, Morten Hertzum, Dineshkumar Singh, and Veerendra Veer Singh -- 20. Usability problems and obstacles to addressing them in health information software implementations / Magnus Li -- 21. Human-computer interaction for development (HCI4D) : the Southern African landscape / Judy van Biljon and Karen Renaud -- 22. A local perspective : working an agricultural information service into a rural community / Lars Rune Christensen, Hasib Ahsan, Mamunur Rashid, and Badal Kumar Das -- 23. Digital wallets "turning a corner" for financial inclusion : a study of everyday PayTM practices in India / Tanmay Joshi, Sharmistha Swasti Gupta, and Nimmi Rangaswamy -- 24. Research in progress : holistic climate service prototypes for farmers in Tambuu, Tanzania / Ville Myllynpaa, Jaakko Helminen, Ezra Misaki, Mikko Apiola, Jani Haakana, Tomi Westerlund, and Erkki Sutinen -- 25. Factors that influence workers' participation in unhygienic cyber practices : a pilot study from Nigeria / Princely Ifinedo, Nigussie Mengesha, and Olumide Longe -- 26. Investigating the adoption of an integrated hospital information system in rural Uganda : a case of Kisiizi Hospital / Amos Baryashaba, Angella Musimenta, Samuel Mugisha, and Leonard Peter Binamungu -- 27. Using PESTELMO to frame HCI contextual development in developing countries / Catherine G. Mkude and Maria A. Wimmer.
[IV]. Sustainable ICT, informatics, education and learning in a turbulent world : "doing the safari way": 28. Information systems education for development : a typology of ICT4D pedagogies / Gwamaka Mwalemba -- 29. Data science postgraduate education at University of Dar es Salaam in Tanzania : current demands and opportunities / Betty Mbwilo, Honest Kimaro, and Godfrey Justo -- 30. The role of human centered design (HCD) and challenge driven education in enhancing the innovation capacity of Africa's young people : case of Youth for Children (Y4C) Innovation Hub in Tanzania / Hellen Maziku, Joseph Cosmas, Norah Maki, Honest Kimaro, and Charles Otine -- 31. Towards developing interactive content for enhancing life skills education in Tanzania : possibilities and pitfalls / Christian M. Budoya, Mussa M. Kissaka, and Joel S. Mtebe -- 32. Community-centered, project-based ICT4D education in the field / Anna Bon, Jaap Gordijn, Hans Akkermans, Victor de Boer, Andre Baart, Cheah Wai Shiang, and Sze San Nah -- 33. Building sustainable collaborations and academic networks in low income countries : case of master programmes / Jens Kaasbll, Chipo Kanjo, and Honest Kimaro -- 34. Information and communication technology in mathematics education : integration readiness in Tanzania higher education institutions / Mzomwe Yahya Mazana, Calkin Suero Montero, and Solomon Sunday Oyelere -- 35. eLearning in an African place : how "alien" eLearning models are failing many in Africa / Munyaradzi Mawere and Gertjan van Stam -- 36. Developing multimedia enhanced content to raise HIV/AIDS awareness to children / Patricia Makuru, Fatuma Simba, and Ellen Kalinga.
Summary The two volumes IFIP AICT 551 and 552 constitute the refereed proceedings of the 15th IFIP WG 9.4 International Conference on Social Implications of Computers in Developing Countries, ICT4D 2019, held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, in May 2019. The 97 revised full papers and 2 short papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 185 submissions. The papers present a wide range of perspectives and disciplines including (but not limited to) public administration, entrepreneurship, business administration, information technology for development, information management systems, organization studies, philosophy, and management. They are organized in the following topical sections: communities, ICT-enabled networks, and development; digital platforms for development; ICT for displaced population and refugees. How it helps? How it hurts?; ICT4D for the indigenous, by the indigenous and of the indigenous; local technical papers; pushing the boundaries - new research methods, theory and philosophy in ICT4D; southern-driven human-computer interaction; sustainable ICT, informatics, education and learning in a turbulent world - "doing the safari way"-- Provided by publisher.
ISBN 9783030191153 (electronic bk.)
303019115X (electronic bk.)
9783030191146 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-030-19115-3
OCLC # 1100583482
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783030191146.
Printed edition: 9783030191160.
Printed edition: 9783030191177.



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