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Civic Media, with Audubon Dougherty

"It's never about the technology. Ever." Audubon Dougherty of the MIT Center for Civic Media (part of the Comparative Media Studies program) talks about her work on M-Generations, in which communities employ familiar mobile devices to document their own stories.

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MIT Comparative Media Studies/Writing

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