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School of Psychology
College of Humanities & Social Sciences
The Impossible Feast of the Uncanny Technowoman: A Plural Feminist Cyborg Writes of the Possibilities for Science Fiction and Potent Body Politics
My research interrogates the burgeoning connections between Western women's bodies and technology. The central focus of my research is how the possibilities of hybrid connections between body and technology enable alternative embodiment in the 21st century.
I'm from Auckland and have been a student at Massey since 2005.
Connor, G., & Coombes, L. (2014). Gynetic organisms: Pro-anorexic techno bodies. Ethnicity and Inequalities in Health and Social Care, 7(2), 62-71.
Connor, G., Coombes, L., & Morgan, M. (2015). iAnorexic: Haraway’s cyborg metaphor as ethical methodology. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 12(3), 233-245.
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