Published on in Vol 21, No 1 (2019): January

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at, first published .
How Women Use Digital Technologies for Health: Qualitative Interview and Focus Group Study

How Women Use Digital Technologies for Health: Qualitative Interview and Focus Group Study

How Women Use Digital Technologies for Health: Qualitative Interview and Focus Group Study

Authors of this article:

Deborah Lupton 1 Author Orcid Image ;   Sarah Maslen 2 Author Orcid Image


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  4. Lupton D. Australian women’s use of health and fitness apps and wearable devices: a feminist new materialism analysis. Feminist Media Studies 2020;20(7):983 View
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  6. Maslen S, Lupton D. Enacting chronic illness with and through digital media: a feminist new materialist approach. Information, Communication & Society 2020;23(11):1640 View
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  9. Grenfell P, Tilouche N, Shawe J, French R. Fertility and digital technology: narratives of using smartphone app ‘Natural Cycles’ while trying to conceive. Sociology of Health & Illness 2021;43(1):116 View
  10. Lupton D. ‘The Internet Both Reassures and Terrifies’: exploring the more-than-human worlds of health information using the story completion method. Medical Humanities 2021;47(1):68 View
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Books/Policy Documents

  1. Bar-Lev S, Beimel D. Impacts of Information Technology on Patient Care and Empowerment. View
  2. Thorpe H, Brice J, Clark M. Feminist New Materialisms, Sport and Fitness. View