2. RISK IN MOBILE DATING: A BRIEF RETROSPECTIVE

2. RISK IN MOBILE DATING: A BRIEF RETROSPECTIVE

CONCLUSION New research into mobile dating needs to be responsive to the sociomaterial conditions of people’s lives, as this pandemic continues to rapidly and differentially evolve across the globe

Taking a lens that examines risk and emotion in concert (Lupton, 2013) would additionally be valuable in conducting an inquiry into how intimacy is formed and experienced through current threats of infection and conditions of uncertainty. For instance, what is people’s imagined sense of how they can feel, respond and act in relation to other human and non?human actors (i.e., in relation to others, in the context of a pandemic, and through mobile dating technologies)? „2. RISK IN MOBILE DATING: A BRIEF RETROSPECTIVE“ weiterlesen