Associate Professor Martin Gibbs

  • Room: Level: 09 Room: 09.28
  • Building: Doug McDonell Building
  • Campus: Parkville

Research interests

  • Sociology of Recreational and Domestic Uses of Information Technology

Personal webpage

http://people.eng.unimelb.edu.au/martinrg

Biography

Dr Martin Gibbs is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computing and Information Systems at The University of Melbourne.

Research interests
- how people use a variety of interactive technologies (video games, community networks, mobile phones; etc) for convivial and sociable purposes in a variety of situations (intimate strong-tie relationships, local neighborhoods, work-based occupational communities, online computer games)
- social dynamics of digital and board games
- digital commemoration and the use of interactive technologies at end-of-life

Recent publications

  1. Kohn T, Van Ryn L, Nansen B, Arnold M, Gibbs M. Researching Death Online. The Routledge Companion to Digital Ethnography. Routledge. 2017. Editors: Hjorth L, Horst H, Galloway A, Bell G.
  2. Kohn T, Meese J, Arnold M, Gibbs M, Nansen B. The Social Life of the Dead and the Leisured Life of the Living Online. Leisure and Death: Lively Encounters with Risk, Death, and Dying. 2017. Editors: Kaul A, Skinner J.
  3. Rogerson MJ, Gibbs M, Smith M. "I love all the bits": The Materiality of Boardgames. 34th Annual CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (CHI4GOOD). Association for Computing Machinery Inc.. 2016.
  4. Allison F, Carter M, Gibbs M. A History of Voice Interaction in Games. 1st International Joint Conference of DiGRA and FDG. 2016.
  5. Arnold M, Nansen B, Kennedy J, Gibbs M, Harrop M, Wilken R. An Ontography of Broadband on a Domestic Scale. Transformations Journal. Central Queensland University. 2016, Vol. 27.
  6. Nansen B, Warr D, Guillemin M, Wilken R, Arnold M, Kennedy J, Waycott J, Gibbs M. Ethical concerns associated with digital ethnography in the domestic environment: Informant burden and burdensome technologies. Ethics for Visual Methods: Theory, Methodology and Practice. 2016. Editors: Cox S.
  7. Gibbs M, Mori J, Carter M. RIP vile rat: Makeshift memorials in EVE online. Internet Spaceships are Serious Business: An EVE Online Reader. 2016.
  8. Gibbs M, Meese J, Arnold M, Nansen B, Carter M. #Funeral and Instagram: death, social media, and platform vernacular. Annual Conference of the Association-of-Internet-Research. Routledge. 2015, Vol. 18, Issue 3.
  9. Nansen B, Kennedy J, Arnold M, Gibbs M, Wilken R. Digital ethnographic techniques in domestic spaces: Notes on methods and ethics. Visual Methodologies. 2015, Vol. 3, Issue 2.
  10. Kennedy J, Nansen B, Arnold M, Wilken R, Gibbs M. Digital housekeepers and domestic expertise in the networked home. CONVERGENCE-THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH INTO NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES. Sage Publications. 2015, Vol. 21, Issue 4.
  11. Rogerson M, Gibbs M, Smith M. Digitising boardgames: Issues and tensions. DiGRA 2015 - Proceedings of the 2015 DiGRA International Conference: Diversity of Play. 2015.
  12. Wilken R, Kennedy J, Arnold M, Gibbs M, Nansen B. Framing the NBN: An Analysis of Newspaper Representations. Communication, Politics & Culture Journal. School of Applied Communication, RMIT University. 2015, Vol. 47, Issue 3.
  13. Allison F, Carter M, Gibbs M. Good frustrations: The paradoxical pleasure of fearing death in DayZ. OzCHI 2015: Being Human - Conference Proceedings. 2015.
  14. Graham C, Arnold M, Kohn T, Gibbs M. Gravesites and websites: a comparison of memorialisation. Visual Studies. Routledge. 2015, Vol. 30, Issue 1.
  15. Webber S, Gibbs M, McCarthy G. Help me keep my stuff safe: Designing a collaborative online repository for young people in care. OzCHI 2015: Being Human - Conference Proceedings. 2015.

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