Mobile Networks and Socio-Economic Change in Cambodia: An Ethnography of Marketing and Consumption
This thesis ethnographically explores socio-economic change in Cambodia through the prism of the consumption and marketing of mobile networks. Just as Cambodia was embarking on a new era of political and economic change it etched its name in the history books as the first country where mobile network connections surpassed fixed line phones. Since then, mobile network infrastructure has emerged as a symbol of change and progress. When this research began the country was experiencing network...[Show more]
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