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27-31 August 2019
Poznań, Poland
Europe/Warsaw timezone
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Cultural Identity and Technological Privacy

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Location: Poznań, Poland
Date: 28 Aug 11:00 - 15:30

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The cost/benefit analysis of free to use educational technology almost always results in EdTech adoption, since the benefits often come at no financial cost to the school or learner. However, privacy advocates have pointed out that users still “pay” for free EdTech programs; not with money, but with their information. This consideration for student and teacher data privacy has generated various policy changes and updates to student privacy laws across several countries. However, users in those same countries might see no issue with providing personal data in exchange for valuable programs, and not all countries have deemed such an exchange controversial. It is clear that cultural identity may influence perceptions and policies regarding student data privacy. Identity is an important idea in many disciplines. Anthropology, education, sociology, technology and other fields have highlighted national identities, ethnological identities, ethnic identities, cultural identities, social identities and self-identities. The current cross-culture and interdisciplinary identity research has demonstrated an interdisciplinary trend. Our panel discussion will focus on critical themes based on current cross culture and interdisciplinary identity research. The panel will discuss the relationship between identities and technology. Through the study of the relationship between these factors, we can explore the impacts and influences of technology on the identity. Both micro-qualitative research and macro-quantitative research findings will be discussed. Our panel will use the two critical themes mentioned above to generate intriguing conversations surrounding these issues. We are looking forward to new understandings of identity and technology privacy.

Conveners

  • P 18.1
    • Ms. Potasznik, Amanda (University of Massachusetts)
    • Dr. Yan, Wenfan (Beijing Normal University)
  • P 18.2
    • Ms. Potasznik, Amanda (University of Massachusetts)
    • Dr. Yan, Wenfan (Beijing Normal University)

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The introduction of Educational Technology in schools is often touted as an exciting benefit for students, and there is no shortage of laudatory press releases regarding EdTech company partnerships in public schools. On the other hand, investigative journalists reporting on educational news have labeled school administrators’ ceding of control within the educational sphere to technology companie ... More
Presented by Amanda POTASZNIK on 28/8/2019 at 11:45
Over the years, the landscape of public education has changed tremendously. In modern times, public education is not just within the purview of the government. These days, public education is under an unprecedented amount of influence from corporations. Corporations influence educational policy, procedures, accountability measures, and curriculum, etc. Governments across the world are tasked with ... More
Presented by Diallo FERGUSON
Yunnan is one of the provinces in China with most minority nationalities. Located in southwestern borders, Yunnan province has a comprehensive context in terms of agriculture, poverty and ethnic minorities. Resulting from the standardized nationality identification by government, some minority nationalities are recognized as a certain nationality different from their history such as “Pumi ... More
Presented by Dr. Wei WU on 28/8/2019 at 11:00
Cultural identity is an intercultural process may be understood as a set of customs,institutions, ideas,ideals and value created and developed throughout history,forming a continual entity within a general and cultural continuum usually associated with one nation,living in particular state or within a larger cultural community.Privacy remains both contentious and ever more pertinent in contemporar ... More
Presented by Ashok ORAON on 28/8/2019 at 11:40
These days, the CPC Central Committee and the State Council of China released two critical policy centering around strategic plans of promoting educational modernization in recent years as well as in the mid and long term till 2035. Promoting universal public system of early childhood education for all childroon, especially low-income children in ethnic minorities and west China, equally and with ... More
Presented by Dr. YUMEI HAN on 28/8/2019 at 12:00
Technological advances along with the extensive application of the search engines has provides precise and fast services for social participants who are searching for their target information. They brings considerable economic benefits to network operators simultaneously, thus promotes the development and progress of society. At the same time, under the background of big data, the widespread use o ... More
Presented by Dongxu LI on 28/8/2019 at 14:05
Female college students are active users of social media in China. They frequently share a large amount of their daily activity with others in the form of picture, text, and video, many of these posts include significant amounts of personal private information . The effect of this action is two-sided: realizing instant spread and communication of information can affect the young women from a socia ... More
Presented by Dr. Lil WANG on 28/8/2019 at 9:20
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