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Director of the Centre for the Study of Media, Technology and Culture, and Chairman and founder of Teleconomy Group, a commercial research company specialising in organisational and consumer behaviour research in relation to strategic futures.

Since graduating from Oxford University with a degree in politics, philosophy, and economics, her career has spanned both the commercial and academic worlds (IBM Telecommunications Consulting Group and Henley Management College). Anna is completing a PhD that explores the impact of personality on knowledge sharing within organisations.

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Hulme, M., Truch, A. The role of interspace in sustaining identity. Know Techn Pol 19, 45–53 (2006). https://doi.org/10.1007/s12130-006-1014-6

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Keywords

  • Mobile Phone
  • Travel Time
  • Social Identity
  • Field Boundary
  • Voice Call