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Social context is an important yet an underresearched area in context-sensitive computing. This paper adopts a framework from social sciences that views social context as a sequence of turns taken between participants. The approach is illustrated and evaluated through three empirical cases. The results show that social context is not a static and passive surrounding of a device, but dynamic and constructed by people. Challenges and restrictions for modeling social context through turntaking are identified.doi:10.1109/percom.2004.1276872 dblp:conf/percom/KurvinenO04 fatcat:fibgghzeszeolm5raaxn4t2to4