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Ethnocomputing is the study of the interactions between computing
and culture. It is carried out through theoretical analysis,
empirical investigation, and design implementation. It includes
research on the impact of computing on society, as well as the
reverse: how cultural, historical, personal, and societal origins
and surroundings cause and affect the innovation, development,
diffusion, maintenance, and appropriation of computational
artifacts or ideas. From the ethnocomputing perspective, no
computational technology is culturally "neutral," and no cultural
practice is a computational void. Instead of considering culture to
be a hindrance for software engineering, culture should be seen as
a resource for innovation and design.
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