I am an ethnographer carrying out ethnomethodologically informed studies of Computer Supported Co-operative Work (CSCW).
My research interests include studies of IT use in work and in the 'home', human factors in system design
and methods in social enquiry. For the last two years my research has focussed on Healthcare Informatics.
My PhD is a critique of claims to a feminist methodology. Previous related research experience includes work on the ESRC 'Virtual Society' programme, the 'Virtual Ethnography'
project at the University of Leeds which examined the use of technology in sixteen homes using video recording techniques and conventional ethnographic methods.
list of publications by
Karen Clarke is available.