Information communication technologies (ICTs) are a ubiquitous feature of family life. Affordable, widely accessible, and highly adaptable ICTs have transformed family experiences and virtualized what were in real family processes. At the present, we have paid attention to transnational families phenomenon to investigate the potential impact of ICTs on the lives of transnational families and how these families utilize them. The wide penetration of ICTs also puts into question some of the ways in which scholars have conceptualized the immigrant experience.
Lead Researcher: Gonzalo Bacigalupe
Bacigalupe, G. & Camara, M. (In Press). Transnational families and social technologies: Reassessing immigration psychology. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
Bacigalupe, G. (2011). Is there a role for social technologies in collaborative health care? Family, Systems, & Health, 29. doi: 10.1037/a0022093
Upshur, C., Bacigalupe, G., & Luckmann, R. (2010). “They don’t want anything to do with you”: Patient views of primary care management of chronic. Pain Medicine, 11(12), 1791-1798. DOI: 10.1111/j.1526-4637.2010.00960.x LINK
Bacigalupe, G. (2010). Supervision 2.0: e-supervision a decade later. Family Therapy Supervisor Bulletin, 9 (1), 38-41. ISSN: 1538-9448. LINK
Bacigalupe, G. (2010, February 23). Can social technologies help a healthcare professional organization?. Collaborative Family Healthcare Association Blog. LINK
Bacigalupe, G. (2010, January 22). Learning about social technologies: Lorenzo’s Oil lessons. Collaborative Family Healthcare Association Blog. LINK