SCHOOL OF COMMUNICATION
SIMON FRASER UNIVERSITY
Grace Chung is presently in the dissertation phase of her PhD program at the School of Communication. Her research focuses on the decision-making process of the design of a monorail in Seattle, Washington. The interdisciplinary research of her dissertation incorporates analyses around technical communications, technology studies and politics in decision-making. Complementary to her program of studies, Grace is involved as researcher on SSHRC-funded projects. Her main research involvement includes a project lead in part by Dr. Andrew Feenberg and looks at the impacts of surveillance in public space.
E-mail: gcchung [at] sfu [dot] ca
Chung, G. & S. M. Grimes. (2005) "Cool Hunting the Kids' Digital Playground: Surveillance and the Privacy Debates in Children's Online Entertainment Sites." Canadian Journal of Communication, forthcoming.
Chung, G.. (2005) "New Media: Theories and Practices of Digitextuality." [Book Review] Canadian Journal of Communication, v.30, n.1
Chung, G. & S. M. Grimes. (2005), "Cool Hunting the Kids' Digital Playground: Datamining and the Privacy Debates in Children's Online Entertainment Sites," in Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences, HICSS-38. Big Island, Hawaii: IEEE.