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Paper accepted for Internet Research 13.0

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Tori’s paper proposal, ‘Local content and ecologies of locality: Theoretical and empirical contributions from research into blogging in a Brazilian favela’, has recently been accepted for Internet Research 13.0: Technologies, the annual conference of the Association of Internet Researchers, or AoIR. This year the event will take place in October at MediaCity:UK/University of Salford in the north of England.

In fact, Latamcyber was also represented at a previous AoIR conference. In 2008, Claire, Thea and Tori presented papers at a panel they organised on Latin American Cyberculture at Internet Research 9.0, Rethinking Community, Rethinking Place, held in Copenhagen.

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