Sharon GreenfieldPhD Member

Sharon Greenfield is a PhD student in the school of Media and Communication at RMIT University. The working title of her thesis is ‘Youth, Digital Media, and Digital Bereavement: a Look into Uses of Digital Ritual to Promote Positive Well-Being for Young People’, which seeks to understand how and where youth digitally engage to communicate their well-being during bereavement and whether digital ritual can be a form of communication to encourage healthy response to loss. Her research interests include cultural processes in technology interaction, digital ethnography, place and space making, youth digital literacy, and digital echoes in bereavement. Previous to RMIT, she was a researcher within Intel Research in the People and Practices Research lab (PaPR) focusing on sense perception and context aware mobile computing and at Autodesk focused on experiential learning and cultural engagement in social networking communities.

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