Cell phones have proved to be as accommodating as they are accommodated by those who embrace them. They shape their users as much as they are tamed by their users. What is required, to maximize their relevance to social transformation is a clear sense of the relationships we would like to foster, as cell phones mostly play an enabling role, leaving the final choices and difficult decisions to their users. A seminar by Prof. Francis B. Nyamnjoh, Head of Social Anthropology, School of Gender and African Studies, Anthropology and Linguistics.
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