This project seeks to explain the popular growth in DIY activity and the role of calculative technologies in that process. The project draws on empirical sources from the 1950s, a key moment in which DIY was embraced by the mass populace. Through an ANT (actor network theory) lens, the empirical material illustrates how several diverse actors came together through a process of translation, mobilising a network of forces to promote DIY activity.
|Effective start/end date||1/01/15 → 1/03/16|
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