Health by numbers? exploring the practice and experience of datafied health
The widespread availability of portable sensing devices has given rise to growing numbers of people voluntarily self-tracking their daily experiences through the medium of digital data. At the extreme end of this trend is the ‘Quantified Self’ movement. This collective uses sensor-enabled tech to extensively map aspects of their personal lives, before sharing procedural insights at community ‘show and tell’ events. A key aim of the group is to better understand imperceptible bodily processes,...[Show more]
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|Source:||Health Sociology Review|
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