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Facilitating In-Car Use of Multi-Context Mobile Services: The Case of Mobile Telephone Conversations

Ola Henfridsson, Rikard Lindgren
2003 Americas Conference on Information Systems  
This research-in-progress paper examines how to facilitate in-car use of multi-context mobile services such as mobile telephone calls, e-mail, news, and SMS.  ...  audio systems, and in-car displays for enabling convenient and safe use of multi-context mobile services.  ...  A reasonably large portion of all mobile phone calls is made in car contexts (Koslowski, 2002) .  ... 
dblp:conf/amcis/HenfridssonL03 fatcat:2eetxrzdprcchhoz3kkqotamdi

The Risk of a Safety-Critical Event Associated With Mobile Device Use in Specific Driving Contexts

Gregory M. Fitch, Richard J. Hanowski, Feng Guo
2014 Traffic Injury Prevention  
Mobile device usage was investigated by summing all SCEs and baselines for which a subtask was observed in each context and comparing the likelihood of the subtask occurring in each context using chi-squared  ...  Overall, the study shows that drivers' engagement in mobile device subtasks, and the associated SCE risk, varies by driving context.  ...  In the LV data set, flags for dialing on a cell phone, talking/listening on a handheld cell phone, and talking/listening on a hands-free cell phone were created.  ... 
doi:10.1080/15389588.2014.923566 pmid:24896192 fatcat:wypm2mkvhbaq3a33cqtufs3p3a

Everyday practices with mobile video telephony

Kenton O'Hara, Alison Black, Matthew Lipson
2006 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human Factors in computing systems - CHI '06  
With this in mind, the paper revisits the notion of video telephony but within the context of mobile phones.  ...  Mobility also brings new challenges and concerns that may hinder use of video telephony in particular contexts.  ...  It is therefore worthwhile revisiting video telephony services in the new context created by access through mobile phones.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1124772.1124900 dblp:conf/chi/OHaraBL06 fatcat:vxg7gpuwcjc6fmp6ypvb4ekwde

Gender and mobile phones in cross-national context

Naomi S. Baron, Elise M. Campbell
2012 Language Sciences  
This article reports on gender patterns identified in a cross-national study of mobile phone use by university students in Sweden, the US, Italy, Japan and Korea.  ...  The sociolinguistic literature has frequently noted differences in how males and females communicate face-to-face and in writing, and more recently, through information and communication technologies.  ...  the first author's Autumn 2007 class ''Language in an Online and Mobile World'' at the University of Gothenburg, and Oscar Westlund.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.langsci.2011.06.018 fatcat:fnbh5x3sdrhmriijlgahebblbi

Sequential order and sequence structure: the case of incommensurable studies on mobile phone calls

Ilkka Arminen
2005 Discourse Studies  
Hutchby and Barnett 'show that, far from revolutionizing the organization of telephone conversation, mobile phone talk retains many of the norms associated with landline phone talk'.  ...  K E Y W O R D S : call openings, conversation analysis, mobile call openings, mobile phones, sequential order, sequence structure A RT I C L E 649 Discourse Studies  ...  The sequences of mobile talk may well have remained basically the same as in the landline phone talk.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1461445605055421 fatcat:sqk5ko267jgxjljip6lhihysoe

Put down that phone and talk to me: Understanding the roles of mobile phone norm adherence and similarity in relationships

Jeffrey A. Hall, Nancy K. Baym, Kate M. Miltner
2014 Mobile Media & Communication  
Normative violations in public co-present contexts include talking too loudly, especially about 'inappropriate' topics, using mobile phones during movies, at libraries or in class, or on public transportation  ...  These norms included avoiding talking or texting on mobile phones when together, and keeping incoming calls brief.  ...  Private Conversation Context (7 items) Do not talk on the mobile phones Do not text on the mobile phones Do not play games on the mobile phones without the other person Do not watch videos on the mobile  ... 
doi:10.1177/2050157913517684 fatcat:v5patf67n5bztlhflh6lamx2qa

Can you talk or only touch-talk

Maria Danninger, Leila Takayama, Qianying Wang, Courtney Schultz, Jörg Beringer, Paul Hofmann, Frankie James, Clifford Nass
2007 Proceedings of the ninth international conference on Multimodal interfaces - ICMI '07  
However, many mobile phone communications occur in inappropriate contexts, disturbing others in close proximity, invading personal and corporate privacy, and more broadly breaking social norms.  ...  Observations and results from inserting and evaluating this technology in realworld business contexts through two design cycles of the Touch-Talk feature are reported.  ...  participants in the user studies.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1322192.1322221 dblp:conf/icmi/DanningerTWSBHJN07 fatcat:x47zauuuwvc3vbswg35s22eauu

Balancing work, life and other concerns

Kirsten Sadler, Toni Robertson, Melanie Kan, Penny Hagen
2006 Proceedings of the 4th Nordic conference on Human-computer interaction changing roles - NordiCHI '06  
In particular, our findings reveal the ways in which freelancers manage the blurring of contexts that is facilitated by mobile phones.  ...  We consider implications of these findings for the ways in which we currently talk and think about mobile technology use within Mobile HCI.  ...  Similarly our findings suggest that in the work context, public talk on the mobile phone can be beneficial for local collaboration between team members.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1182475.1182525 dblp:conf/nordichi/SadlerRKH06 fatcat:r2rvnzyugfer5gz3g55quzmam4

Study of context-aware phone communication strategy

Guangxing Liu, Qingsheng Zhang
2011 2011 Eighth International Conference on Fuzzy Systems and Knowledge Discovery (FSKD)  
That is, caller may make a phone communication while callee is in unavailable state. It still brings callee interruptible even if context information of callee is shared.  ...  Caller can determine in what situation callee locates with context information of callee. Some research work shows that caller uses this context information for presence instead of availability.  ...  Apart from short phone talk, we believe that phone talk span is shorter if callee is in the unavailable state at incoming call time.  ... 
doi:10.1109/fskd.2011.6019633 dblp:conf/fskd/LiuZ11b fatcat:uyff64qosfanrh2aln7jkzeifu

Mobile Phone Communication Innovation in Multiple Time and Space Zones

Shirley Chan, Douglas Vogel, Louis C.K. Ma
2007 Journal of Global Information Management  
Hong Kong is probably one of the very few places in the world where it is generally acceptable to answer incoming mobile phone calls in public places or even in the middle of a business or social meeting  ...  Comparison with other contexts is made.  ...  cashier checking out her client) and in another activity in their cyber space (talking to a friend on the mobile phone).  ... 
doi:10.4018/jgim.2007100105 fatcat:lcu37f7aevgu7ooxzyj63tiqwy

Handheld Computer Supported Context-aware learning with 2D Barcodes

Yu-Ling Chu, Tsung-Yu Liu
2007 Seventh IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT 2007)  
Furthermore, the evaluation results will be described in this paper.  ...  The HELLO integrates the 2D barcodes, the Internet, mobile computing and database technologies.  ...  The student completes the context-aware learning process by talking to the VLP.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icalt.2007.154 dblp:conf/icalt/ChuL07 fatcat:ka2wfqzlh5f2zbev5chlbkbfzi

Mobile Connections: An Exploration of the Place of Mobile Phones in Friendship Relations

Eileen Green, Carrie Singleton
2009 Sociological Review  
In particular it focuses on the ways in which friendship relations are transformed and reconfigured through new mobile phone technologies; and how "doing" friendship on the mobile uncovers significant  ...  We draw upon new empirical data from research in the North East of England to explore young people"s perceptions and uses of mobile phones.  ...  There are interesting tensions in the dialogue below related to perceptions of acceptable mobile phone behaviour which are narrated in the context of the women"s identities, faith, and cultural and family  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1467-954x.2008.01807.x fatcat:5fvwq4zxkzexbhqdcesyrbhvtu

Meaningful Mobility

Jo Tacchi, Kathi R. Kitner, Kate Crawford
2012 Feminist Media Studies  
In this paper we explore development, gender and technology through a focus on mobile phones and examples of their everyday use by rural women in India.  ...  We introduce ways in which technologies might be thought about in terms of "meaningful mobilities" by discussing attachments, structures of labour, agency and specifically how mobiles are an active agent  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We would like to thank DDS and SEWA for collaborating with us in our research, and especially all of the women for their generous welcome, their time, and sharing their experiences with  ... 
doi:10.1080/14680777.2012.741869 fatcat:v2k4tbvrjrevzjpvvkutxauwny

Mobile communication and ethics: implications of everyday actions on social order

Rich Ling, Rhonda McEwen
2010 Etikk i Praksis: Nordic Journal of Applied Ethics  
In this paper we explore some ethical dimensions of mobile communication by considering the manner in which individuals in everyday contexts balance interpretations of emergent social conventions with  ...  As we later discuss, the decisions made in response to a ringing mobile phone or flashing text message emerge from consequential versus deontological ethical frames used to determine what to do versus  ...  Mobile telephony and collocated interaction The mobile phone ringing while we are talking with others has become a standard feature of society.  ... 
doi:10.5324/eip.v4i2.1760 fatcat:dmz2ruo77jfsbpbmdidwzcyjsq

Unconventional TV Detection using Mobile Devices [article]

Mohamed Ibrahim, Ahmed Saeed, Moustafa Youssef, Khaled A. Harras
2013 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we exploit the context information available from the ubiquitous mobile devices to detect the presence of TVs and track the media being viewed.  ...  These trends describe TV viewers that use mobile devices (e.g. tablets and smart phones) while watching TV.  ...  We had different configurations including the TV volume, phone relative distance to the TV, position of the phone (in pocket, on couch, etc), show type (movie, talk show, sports, etc), gender and talking  ... 
arXiv:1306.0478v1 fatcat:bscay4pmjvdoxclkog6bbnrlia
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