With several case studies, we want to study empirically how people ‘resonate’ (or not) with and in self-tracking practices and to which degree Rosa’s hypothesis is verifiable or not. By empirically contrasting the quantifying practices and metric culture of self-tracking with the recently emerging sociological field of ‘world relationships’ and ‘resonance’, new insights on the embedding of the quantified with the qualified self will be gained.
Kappler, K.E., Krzeminska, A. and Noji, E. (2018), "Resonating Self-tracking Practices? Empirical Insights into Theoretical Reflections on a ‘Sociology of Resonance’", Ajana, B. (Ed.) Metric Culture, Emerald Publishing Limited, pp. 77-95. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-78743-289-520181005Download as .RIS
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