The project looks at how workers in garment factories in Cambodia use mobile phones to find information related to health, with a specific focus on reproductive health services and medical abortion. Equally importantly, it looks at how public health and humanities/social science approaches can be better integrated: Can we take a wider socio-cultural perspective to better understand how people approach health information and medical abortion? Can we use specific behaviors centered around abortion to better understand information-seeking behaviors? Where to mobile phones and online resources fit in this eco-system?



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