Compaso Issue 2 / 2016 Living With(in) Digital Technology

We would like to bring to your attention the latest issue of Journal of Comparative Research in Anthropology and Sociology – Compaso, available online at This is a special issue on Living with(in) digital technology and includes the following articles:

Special issue on Living with(in) digital technology
Bianca Balea / The role of smartphones in increasing digital and social inequalities among Romanian children
Anca Mihai, Georgiana-Cristina Rentea, Daniela Gaba, Florin Lazar & Shari Munch / Connectivity and discontinuity in social work practice: Challenges and opportunities of the implementation of an e-social work system in Romania
Carlos Gámez-Pérez / New affective models of knowledge transmission: The Medialab-Prado as a trading zone
Ioana-Alexandra Rusu / Exchanging health advice in a virtual community: A story of tribalization
Oana Mara Stan / Cryonics suspension – debating life finitude, extending time capital and cancelling death
Gyöngyvér Tokés / Digital practices in everyday lives of 4 to 6 years old Romanian children

Other research articles
Alexandra Ciocanel / “A remedy that suits me”: Classification of people and individualization in homeopathic prescribing
Julie Rausenberger / ¿Mi cuerpo? ¡Mi vida! Voicing Latin American transgenders in Antwerp’s sex industry

Book review
Kris Decker / Starosielski, N. (2015) The Undersea Network. Durham: Duke University Press Book review