19 March 2018
Three new papers on blind people's everyday activities when navigating in public space
As part of the research project Technology enhanced vision in blind and visually impaired individuals, three new papers have been published:
- Due, B. L., Kupers, R., Lange, S., & Ptito, M. (2017). Technology Enhanced Vision in Blind and Visually Impaired Individuals. Synoptik Foundation research project. Circd Working Papers in Social Interaction, 3(1), 1–31.
- Due, B. L., & Lange, S. (2017). The Moses Effect: The Spatial Hierarchy and Joint Accomplishment of a Blind Person Navigating. Space and Culture, 1206331217734541.
- Due, B., & Lange, S. (2018). Semiotic resources for navigation: A video ethnographic study of blind people’s uses of the white cane and a guide dog for navigating in urban areas. Semiotica, 0(0).