Those cast-off flip phones we all used before replacing them with smart phones have made their way to developing countries in Africa, where even the poorest residents use them. Shaker, a mass communication expert and PSU professor, has found that “dumb phone” technology offers a portal to Ugandans that can help educate and elevate families on everything from national politics to public health.
Telecommunication in medicine, Text messaging (Cell phone systems), Public health -- Uganda, Technological innovations
Communication | Medicine and Health Sciences
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Shaker, Lee, "Lee Shaker: Fearless Communicator" (2015). PDXTalks. 18.