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Online Territories

Globalization, Mediated Practice and Social Space

Redaktörer
Miyase Christensen, Christian Christensen, André Jansson

Förlag / Utgivare
Peter Lang

Beskrivning

Online Territories brings key research and writings in the interdisciplinary study of new media and society together to answer questions arising from the ways in which online technologies are currently being envisioned, used, and experienced. The book offers an up-to-date contextualization of online practices and explores, from a variety of perspectives, the emergence of new experiences and routines in relation to - and new conceptions of - social space. This volume addresses the need for further, research-based contextualization of preexisting theories related with globalization, mobility, citizenship and civic participation, socio-spatial dynamics, network society, and others. Online territories are traced in relation to three distinct and interrelated pathways - the everyday; the civic and the public; and the transnational/translocal - by taking mediation, communicative practice, and social space as departure points. The book includes an afterword by David Morley.

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Detaljer

  • Typ:
    Samlingsverk / Antologi (refereegranskat)
  • Publicerad:
    2011
  • Förlag / Utgivare:
  • Språk:
    Engelska
  • ISBN:
    9781433107979
  • Sidor:
    302

Om redaktörerna

Miyase Christensen

Miyase Christensen is Professor of Media and Communication Studies at Stockholm University and Guest Professor at the Department of Philosophy and History of Technology, Science and Environment, the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Sweden. Chr... Läs vidare

Christian Christensen

Christian Christensen is Professor of Journalism at the Department of Media Studies. His recent publications have addressed the relationship between whistleblowing, transparency, journalism and politics (with an emphasis on WikiLeaks), as well as ... Läs vidare

Referens

Christensen, M., Christensen, C. and Jansson, A. (eds.). (2011). Online Territories: Globalization, Mediated Practice and Social Space. New York: Peter Lang.