David Peter Simon is an ethnographer assisting the Microwork and Virtual Production Networks project funded by the IDRC and led by investigators Prof Mark Graham and Dr Vili Lehdonvirta.
David Peter Simon
Research Assistant, MSc Alumnus
David Peter Simon is an ethnographer specializing in economic geography and public health. He holds a Masters of Science from the Oxford Internet Institute, where he conducted fieldwork in East Africa and was a member of the Digital Ethnography Group.
Ethnography, economic development, ICT and development, public health.
Position held at the OII
- Research Assistant, August 2016 – November 2016
- MSc Student, October 2015 – August 2016
Out of sync: An ethnographically informed investigation into how different mHealth stakeholders understand efficiency in Kenya and Uganda
15 June 2016
David Simon will be speaking about his fieldwork-based research, and then discussing the role of method in his approach.
30 June 2016
Authors: Patrick Allo, David Simon
On June 27 the Ethics and Philosophy of Information Cluster at the OII hosted a workshop to foster a dialogue between the discipline of ... Read More
28 October 2015
Author: David Simon
Meeting of the minds, featuring Iginio Galiardone via Skype. Note: This post was originally published on the OII's Big Data and Human Development project ... Read More