technography

technography

(tɛkˈnɒɡrəfɪ)
n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) the study and description of the historical development of the arts and sciences in the context of their ethnic and geographical background

technography

the study and description of arts and sciences from the point of view of their historical development, geographical, and ethnic distribution.
See also: Knowledge, Learning
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The project was set up in a way that engages technography, an approach that "recognises the significance of technological change to a variety of pedagogical contexts" (Saltmarsh, Sutherland-Smith & Kitto, 2008: 175).
(2008) 'Technography and the technological landscapes of teacher education', in Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 36: 3, 175-178.
An ethnography of everyday caring for the living, the dying, and the dead: Toward a biomedical technography. Qualitative Inquiry, 14(7), 1134-1156.
"Technography and the Sociology of Texts: Reading Phenomena in the Digital Humanities." Ph.D.
First, growing awareness of 'technography', defined by Woolgar (2005, pp.
Global technography; ethnography in the age of mobility.
Along the way, the book highlights assorted individuals and their significant contributions to the "technography" of the airplane.
* Charles Ejojo -- MD of Technography Industries Limited and inventor of the umbrolly vending unit--an innovative product that dispenses disposable umbrellas.