Chapters


27.    Chib, A., & Ang, M. W. (Forthcoming). Dispositions of dis/trust in mobile practices: Interpersonal, algorithmic, and embodied. In Gerard Goggin and Larissa Hjorth (Eds.) Routledge Companion to Mobile Media. 2nd edition. New York: Routledge. ISBN 9781138695450

26.    Ibasco, G. C., Cai M., & Chib, A. (2024). At the intersection of multiple systems of power: a systematic review of gender, migrants, and mobiles. In Xin Pei, Pranav Malhotra and Rich Ling (EdS.) Women’s Agency and Mobile Communication Under the Radar. Oxford: Routledge. doi: 10.4324/9781003304197

25.    Chib, A., Lin, S. & Li, C. (2023). Health wearable tools and health promotion. In David McQueen (Ed.) Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Global Public Health. New York: Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190632366.013.510

24.       Chib, A. & Aricat, R. G. (2022). Migrant workers and mobile communication in pandemic times. In E. Ho, C. Bylund, J. van Weert, I. Basnyat, N. Bol, & M. Dean (Eds.) Migrant Workers in Singapore: Lives and Labour in a Transient Migration Regime. (pp. 279-281). World Scientific Publishing, Taylor & Francis. doi: 10.1142/9789811255038_0018 

23.       Chib, A. & Li, C. (2022). Mobile Health, Developing Countries. In E. Ho, C. Bylund, J. van Weert, I. Basnyat, N. Bol, & M. Dean (Eds.) The International Encyclopedia of Health Communication. Wiley & Sons.

22.       Smith, M. L., Chib, A., & Bentley, C. M. (2021) Openness in International Development. In A. Chib, M. L. Smith, M. & C. M. Bentley. (Eds.)  Critical perspectives on Open Development: Empirical Interrogation of Theory Construction. (pp. 1-24). Cambridge: MIT Press. ISBN:9780262542326

21.       Bentley, C. M., Chib, A., & Smith, M. L. (2021) Conclusion. In A. Chib, M. L. Smith, M. & C. M. Bentley. (Eds.)  Critical perspectives on Open Development: Empirical Interrogation of Theory Construction. (pp. 257-270). Cambridge: MIT Press. ISBN:9780262542326

20.       Krömer, N. & Chib, A. (2020). Theoretical advances in mobile health communication research: An empowerment approach to self-management. In Jihyun Kim and Hayeon Song (Eds.) New technology for health-related cognitive and behavioral change. (pp. 151-177). San Diego: Elsevier doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-816958-2.00008-3

19.       Pei, X & Chib, A. (2020). Defining mGender: The role of mobile phone use in gender construction processes. In R. Ling, L. Fortunati, G. Goggin, S. S. Lim, & Li, Y. (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Mobile Communication, Culture, and Information. (pp. 515-528). Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN:9780190864385

18.       Chib, A. (2018). Afterword: Reflections on a Decade of mHealth Innovation in Asia. In E. Baulch, J. Watkins & A. Tariq (Eds), mHealth Innovation in Asia. Mobile Communication in Asia: Local Insights, Global Implications. (pp. 123-131). Dordrecht: Springer. ISBN:9789402412505. doi:10.1007/978-94-024-1251-2_8

17.       Chib, A. & Chen, V.H.H. (2016). Midwives with mobiles: A dialectical perspective on gender arising from technology introduction in rural Indonesia. In G. Goggin, R. Ling, & L. Hjorth (Eds), Mobile Technologies: Critical Concepts in Media and Cultural Studies. (pp. 77-94). New York: Routledge. ISBN:9781138775770. (Original work published 2011)

16.       Chib, A. (2015). Research on Impact of the Information Society in the Global South: An Introduction to SIRCA. In Chib, A., May, J., & Barrantes, R. Impact of Information Society Research in the Global South. (pp. 1-17). New York: Springer. ISBN:9789812873804

15.       Chib, A., Leon, L. K. , & Rahim, F. (2015). The impact of mFinance initiatives in the Global South: A review of the literature. In Chib, A., May, J., & Barrantes, R. Impact of Information Society Research in the Global South. (pp. 105-123). New York: Springer. ISBN:9789812873804.1

14.       Sundararajan, N., Sirajudin, M., Jinnah, M., & Chib, A. (2015). Migrants, Mobile Finance and Marginalization: Exploring Remittance Processes and "Ghettoization" in Singapore. In in J. Steyn & D. Van Greunen (Eds.), ICTs for inclusive communities in developing societies. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. (pp. 180-200). ISBN:9781443880817

13.       Olivera, P., Komathi, A.L.E. & Chib, A. (2015). (Un)Balanced Conversations: Participatory Action Research in Technology Development in Peruvian Primary Schools. In Chib, A., May, J., & Barrantes, R. Impact of Information Society Research in the Global South. (pp. 147-165). New York: Springer. ISBN:9789812873804

12.       Poorisat, T. & Chib, A. (2014). Internet as a sex education tool: A case study of an online Thai discussion board. In Okigbo. C. C. (Ed.), Strategic urban health communication (pp. 199-210). New York: Springer. doi:10.1007/9781461493358_16

11.       Chib, A., Komathi, A.L.E, & Lim, M-A. (2012). Multi-stakeholder perspectives influencing policy-research-practice. In A. Chib & R. Harris (Eds.), Linking research to practice: Strengthening ICT for development research capacity in Asia (pp. 95-106). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. doi:10.1355/9789814380010-014

10.       Chib, A. & Aricat, R. (2012). Seeking the non-developmental within the developmental: Mobile phones in the globalized migration context. In R. Parker & R. P. Appelbaum (Eds.), Emerging economies, emerging technologies: Can technology make a difference in development? (pp. 153-167). New York: Routledge. ISBN:9780415884327

9.         Harris. A. & Chib, A. (2012). Perspectives on ICTD research and practice. In A. Chib & R. Harris (Eds.), Linking research to practice: Strengthening ICT for development research capacity in Asia (pp. 3-11). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. EID:2-s2.0-84895014477

8.         Iqbal, T., Lim, Y., & Chib, A. (2012). Managing the SIRCA programme. In A. Chib & R. Harris (Eds.), Linking research to practice: Strengthening ICT for development research capacity in Asia (pp. 25-38). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. doi:10.1355/9789814380010-008

7.         Harris. A. & Chib, A. (2012). Finding a path to Influencing policy. In A. Chib & R. Harris (Eds.), Linking research to practice: Strengthening ICT for development research capacity in Asia (pp. 175-186). Singapore: Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. doi:10.1355/9789814380010-020

6.         Chib, A. (2011). Promoting sexual health education via gaming: Evidence from the barrios of Lima, Peru. In Felicia, P. (Ed.), Handbook of research on improving learning and motivation through educational games: Multidisciplinary approaches (pp. 895-912). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/9781609604950

5.         Chib, A., Baghudana, A., & Kasdani, S. (2010). Rebuilding Bukit Lawang: The role of ICTs for sustainable development in a post-disaster Indonesian village. In D. S. Miller & J. D. Rivera (Eds.), Community disaster recovery and resiliency: Exploring global opportunities and challenges (pp. 223-247). Boca Raton, FL: Taylor and Francis. ISBN:9781420088229

4.         Chib, A., Komathi, Ale, Howe, H.H., & Lee, J.Y.W. (2009). Why Not. Empowering athletes with disabilities through increasing social athletic identity. In I. Banerjee & S. R. Muppidi (Eds.), Changing media, changing societies: Media and the Millennium Development Goals (pp. 191-207). Singapore: Asian Media Information and Communication Centre. ISBN:9789814136136

3.         Chib, A. & Zhao, J. (2009). Sustainability of ICT interventions: Lessons from rural projects in China and India. In L. Harter, M. J. Dutta, & C. E. Cole (Eds.), Communicating for social impact: Engaging communication theory, research, and pedagogy (pp. 145-159). ICA 2008 Conference Theme Book. Creskill, NJ: Hampton Press. ISBN:9781572738874

2.         Lee, S. & Chib, A. (2008). Wireless initiatives for connecting rural areas: Developing a framework. In N. Carpentier & B. De Cleen (Eds.), Participation and media production. Critical reflections on content creation. ICA 2007 Conference Theme Book (pp. 113-128). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. ISBN:9781847184535

1.         Chib, A. (2007). Network influences in health initiatives: Multimedia games for youth in Peru. Dissertation Abstracts International, AAT 3278481. ISBN:9780549236801