Index

Suneel Jethani (University of Technology Sydney, Australia)

The Politics and Possibilities of Self-Tracking Technology

ISBN: 978-1-80043-339-7, eISBN: 978-1-80043-338-0

Publication date: 18 June 2021

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Jethani, S. (2021), "Index", The Politics and Possibilities of Self-Tracking Technology, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 165-169. https://doi.org/10.1108/978-1-80043-338-020211010

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INDEX

Actor network theory (ANT)
, 96, 128

Affirmative design methods speculation
, 145–146

Affordances of data garnering EM systems
, 82–84

Agile methodology
, 124–125

Akrich, Madeline
, 68–69

Anti-Mullerian Hormone (AMH)
, 14

Anticipation
, 81–82

Apple
, 1, 23–24

HealthKit
, 23–24

Application Programming Interface (API)
, 39–40, 47

Arrhythmia
, 109

Ask Me Anything session (AMA)
, 80

Audit cultures
, 88–90

Auto surveillance
, 13

Bandura, Albert
, 20

Baseline Study
, 38–39

Behaviour Transmitter-Reinforcer
, 70–71

Biohacking
, 13

Biomedical technologies
, 46

Boesel, Whitney Erin
, 14–15

Brand, Stewart
, 25–26

Breath tracking
, 113–117

Breathing techniques
, 114–115

4–7-8 breath pattern technique
, 115

Lumo Lift
, 115–116

Papworth method
, 115

Spire
, 115–116

Upright Go
, 115–116

Brilliant, Larry
, 27

Bush, Vannevar
, 45–46

Buteyko, Konstantin
, 114–115

Californian countercultural ideology
, 25–28

Carmichael, Alexandra
, 36–37

Cartesian dualism
, 141

Case crossover experimental design
, 30

Cellular telephones
, 73

Chaplin, Charles
, 105–106

Chief complaint (CC)
, 44

Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV)
, 96

Cohort design project
, 41–42

Coleman, Aaron
, 47

Comma Separated Values (CSV)
, 23–24

Continuity
, 107–108

Control Data
, 72

Control Pause (CP)
, 115

Controlled Activities Corporation (CONTRAC)
, 72–73

Cook, Tim
, 23–24

Crain, Brian
, 106

Critical design
, 145–146

CureTogether
, 36–37

Dark power
, 50–61

Data capture
, 38–40, 45

through self-tracking
, 47

Data provenance
, 48–50

Data-driven approach
, 36

Data-driven surveillance
, 97

De Vaucanson, Jacques
, 140

De-scripting
, 69

Design discourses
, 127

Design intuition
, 68–69

Design Methods
, 66–67

Design methods
, 127

Design thinking
, 10, 124–125

Design-iteration process
, 66–67

Design-research
, 134–140

Designer as breeder
, 118–121

Designer reflexivity
, 134–140

Digital mediation
, 49–50

Disappearance of body
, 49–50

Discourses
, 124

Do-It-Yourself (DIY)
, 26–27, 29

Drangsholt, Mark
, 30

Dressage
, 8, 108

Driving Under the Influence (DUI)
, 72

Duality
, 107–108

Dymaxion Chronofile
, 26

E-mail
, 92

Electric Word magazine
, 28

Electronic health records (EHR)
, 47

Electronic monitoring (EM)
, 67–68

compliance
, 78–85

evolution
, 65, 70, 74

punitive design
, 68–70

time in home-space
, 74–78

Electronic monitoring technology
, 9

Empirical models
, 39–40

Enabling subjectivity
, 51

Engineered Labour Standards
, 118

Eu-rhythmia
, 109

Eudaemonia
, 51

Fabric of Digital Life Archive
, 88

Family History (FH)
, 44

Ferris, Tim
, 16–17

Fitabase
, 47

Fitbit
, 35, 38, 40–41, 47, 65, 67–68

FitBit Samsung
, 1

Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
, 40–41

Formal compliance
, 81

Foucault, Michel
, 50

docile bodies
, 51

Homo Economicus
, 50–51

technologies of self
, 50

Four-Hour Work Week, The (Ferris)
, 16–17

4–7-8 breath pattern technique
, 115

Fuller, Richard Buckminster
, 26

FUSE Risk Management Platform
, 117–118

Garmin
, 1

General Practitioner (GP)
, 60

Global Positioning System (GPS)
, 73

Google
, 1, 15, 50

Google Genomics
, 50

Google Life Sciences
, 38–39

Group productivity
, 91

Hackers (Levy)
, 27

Haraway, Donna
, 6

Health
, 38

oriented technology
, 119

Healthcare
, 54

Heart rate variability (HRV)
, 30

History of Present Illness (HPI)
, 44

Home confinement
, 75

Home incarceration
, 75–76

Homo Economicus
, 50–51

House arrest
, 65–67, 74–75

Human computer interaction (HCI)
, 2

Human-computer interaction (HCI)
, 146

Human/value centred design
, 124–125

IDEO
, 137–138

Imbrication
, 57

Industrial athletes
, 117–118

Initial Public Offering (IPO)
, 40–41

Instrumentalisation, dialectics of
, 126

Intensive testing
, 39

International classification of disease (ICD)
, 43

Isorhythmia
, 109

Jewson, Nicholas
, 53–54

Kelly, Kevin
, 16–18, 21–22, 27–28

Knowledge base
, 47

Lamaze breathing technique
, 115

Layer provenance model
, 48

Learning processes
, 109–110

Leder, Drew
, 51

Lefebvre, Henri
, 107–110, 112

Levy, Steven
, 27

Life-logging
, 13

Lively data
, 2

Lumo Lift
, 115–116

Machine inutili
, 142

Man Po Kei
, 36–37

Manhattan Associates
, 118

MapMyFitness
, 39–40

Market responsiveness
, 74

Mechanical automata
, 141–142

Medical facticity
, 49–50

Menlo Park
, 25

MeSH
, 46

Metcalfe, Jane
, 28

Metric Culture conference
, 2–3

Microsoft
, 1

MIT Media Lab
, 28

Mobile health (mHealth)
, 42

Munari, Bruno
, 142

Musical time
, 113

MyFitnessPal
, 39–40

N-of-1
, 48

to n-of-all
, 40–47

National Incarceration Monitoring and Control Services (NIMCOS)
, 72

National Institutes for Health (NIH)
, 40–41

National Library of Medicine
, 46

Negroponte, Nicholas
, 28

Neoliberalism
, 52

Noises
, 111–112

Object biographies
, 3–4

Objectification
, 126

Observations of Daily Living (ODLs)
, 45

Office of the National Coordinator for Health Technology
, 40–41

Ontologies
, 6

of self-tracking
, 148

Opto-electronic plethysmography
, 115–116

Organisational sense-making
, 88–89

Papworth method
, 115

Past Medical History (PMH)
, 44

Patents
, 6

Patient Generated Health Data (PGHD)
, 45

Pentland, Sandy
, 92–93, 99

Personal health
, 50

Personal health information management (PHIM)
, 45

Personal science
, 29–31

Physical rhythms
, 113

Physiological rhythms
, 109–110

Political subjectivity
, 50–51

Poly-rhythmia
, 109

Pomodoro Technique
, 106–107

Positivism
, 27

Posture tracking
, 113–117

Practice bound imagination
, 39–40

Prana App
, 115–116

Pranayama
, 114

President’s Precision Medicine Initiative
, 40–41, 43–44

Product semantics
, 84

Project Baseline
, 39

Project Goldfish (Norman)
, 144–145

PubMed
, 46

Pulse oximeters
, 115–116

Quantified self (QS). See also Self-tracking
, 1, 7–8, 13, 15, 36, 45

activity
, 14

birth and growth
, 16–25

Californian countercultural ideology
, 25–28

community
, 37–38

discourses
, 15–16

experiments
, 19–20

labs
, 24

Meetups
, 20, 23

movement
, 13

QS 2020
, 28–33

QS Access
, 24

QS15 conference
, 24

work
, 22

Quantised self
, 6, 105–106, 124

Radio frequency (RF)
, 70–71

Ramirez, Ernesto
, 24

Randomised Controlled Trials (RCTs)
, 47

Representing users in design (s)
, 128–134

Repurposing of technology
, 79

Respiration belts
, 115–116

Review of Symptoms (ROS)
, 44

Rhythm
, 109–111

Rhythmanalysis
, 9–10, 105–109, 119

Rittel, Horst
, 132

Roberts, Seth
, 16–17

Rossetto, Louis
, 28

Schreiber, Andreas
, 48

Schwitzgebel brothers
, 70–71

Schwitzgeble Machine
, 71

Science technology studies (STS)
, 2

Scram Bracelet
, 65

Script analysis
, 68–69

Secured Continuous Remote Alcohol Monitor (SCRAM)
, 73–74, 82

Self-efficacy theory
, 20

Self-experimentation
, 16, 28

Self-help books
, 17

Self-monitoring technologies
, 9

Self-tracking
, 1, 13

critical study
, 3

design and technology-oriented discourse on
, 2

designer and user of
, 69

politics and possibilities
, 7

practices
, 2, 13

systems
, 4

technology
, 2–3, 65–66, 123

tools
, 37–38

in workplace
, 88–89

Sensor technology
, 91

Silicon Valley
, 25

Smart name badges
, 92

Social History (SH)
, 44

Social responsibility
, 133

Social surveillance
, 97

Sociographic heuristic models
, 97

Sociometric Badge
, 9, 92–94, 97

Sociometric Solutions
, 93

Sociometry

audit cultures
, 88–90

sociometric ID badges
, 91–101

Speculative design
, 145–146

Speculative objects
, 140–150

Speculative probes
, 147

Spire
, 115–116

Sprints
, 149

Start-ups
, 120

StrongArm Technology
, 117

Subjectification
, 126

Substantive compliance
, 81

Surplus value
, 91

Surveillance
, 97

Tamper-proofing
, 81

Technical transience
, 43–44

Techno-anthropological projects
, 147–148

Technologies
, 1, 35, 92, 112, 118

electronic monitoring
, 9

forms
, 68

of self
, 50

self-monitoring
, 9

self-tracking
, 2–3

Technology Entertainment and Design (TED)

conferences
, 28

talk
, 18

10,000 steps
, 36–37

Thacker, Eugene
, 43–44, 49–50

The Whole Earth Lectronic Link (The WELL)
, 27

Thingification
, 108

3-axis accelerometer
, 92

3D accelerometers
, 19

Time in home-space
, 74–78

Tubular spirometers
, 115–116

Tune-Ups
, 115–116

Unfit Bits project
, 142–143

Upright Go
, 115–116

Useless machines
, 142

User pays business model
, 77

Video surveillance
, 92

Volunteers for International Technical Assistance (VITA)
, 26–27

Waber, Ben
, 92–93, 99

Wearable electronic monitoring
, 70

WebMD
, 46

Wellbeing
, 51

Whole Earth Catalog
, 25–26

Whole Earth Review
, 27–28

Wired Magazine
, 13–14, 18, 28

Wolf, Gary
, 13–22, 24, 28

Wolf, Gary
, 96–97

Workplace sociality
, 90

Wurman, Richard Saul
, 28

Xiaomi
, 1