(dis)Info Studies: André Brock, Jr. on Why People Do What They Do on the Internet
Posted January 21, 2022
External Article: Beacons
André Brock, an associate professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, was featured in the article, '(dis)Info Studies: André Brock, Jr. on Why People Do What They Do on the Internet', published on December 25, 2021, in Beacons.
In his work, Brock uses a methodology that he calls “critical technocultural discourse analysis” (CTDA). “It decenters the Western deficit perspective on minority technology use to instead prioritize the epistemological standpoint of underrepresented groups of technology users,” he writes, with the aim of conducting “a holistic analysis of an information technology artifact and its practices.”