Christine S.F. Kao is currently an MA student in sociology at National Taiwan University and a research assistant at the Institute of Sociology and the Research Center for Information Technology Innovation, Academia Sinica.
She earned her Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at National Taiwan University (with minors in sociology and psychology) in 2019. Based on her multi-disciplinary background, her research interest lies within the STS community, ranging from medical diagnosis to information management infrastructures. She cares about how humans interact with artifacts, including data, interface, regulations, within institutions, and during so, how they construct and apply meaning to their actions and behaviors.
Outside campus, she turns her rage regarding injustice into contributions to the communities she identifies with through academia and public participation, including building websites for social media campaigning, advocating for changes in law, serving in labor unions and NGOs, and conducting research concerning issues that interest her with qualitative and quantitative data analysis and programming skills. Native in Mandarin, she is also fluent in English, with basic German, French and Japanese proficiency.
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