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Cybercultures : Mediations of Community, Culture, Politics / edited by Harris Breslow and Aris Mousoutzanis.

Contributor(s): Breslow, Harris | Mousoutzanis, ArisMaterial type: TextTextSeries: At the interface/probing the boundariesPublication details: Amsterdam ; New York : Editions Rodopi, 2012. Description: 1 online resource (xx, 188 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9789401208536; 9401208530; 9781283868617; 128386861XSubject(s): Cyberspace -- Social aspects | Digital media -- Social aspects | Culture | COMPUTERS -- Social Aspects -- General | Culture | Cyberspace -- Social aspects | Digital media -- Social aspectsGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Electronic books. Additional physical formats: Print version:: Cybercultures : Mediations of Community, Culture, Politics.DDC classification: 303.4834 LOC classification: TK5105.875.I57 | .H384 2012Online resources: Click here to access online
Contents:
Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; Part 1 The Nature of Cyberspace; Electronic Kairos; Post-Human, All too Non-Human: Implications of the Cyber-Rhizome; Part 2 Prosthetic Subjectivity; Machinima, Creative Software and Education for Creativity; Future Media Platforms for Convergence Journalisms; Bodily Aware in Cyber-Research; Part 3 Cybercultures and the Public Sphere; Post-Fordist Communities and Cyberspace: A Critical Approach; The Internet, Fixity, and Flow: Challenges to the Articulation of an Imagined Community.
'Click Here to Protest': Electronic Civil Disobedience and the Imaginaire of Virtual ActivismPart 4 Mediatisation of Memory; Diverging Strategies of Remembrance in Traditional and Web-2.0 On-Line Projects; Music Blogging: Saving Yugoslav Popular Music.
Summary: Cybercultures: Mediations of Community, Culture, Politics, is a collection of essays that critically examine the role that digital media and online cultures play in the rearticulation of contemporary societies, cultures and polities. This volume in.
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction; Part 1 The Nature of Cyberspace; Electronic Kairos; Post-Human, All too Non-Human: Implications of the Cyber-Rhizome; Part 2 Prosthetic Subjectivity; Machinima, Creative Software and Education for Creativity; Future Media Platforms for Convergence Journalisms; Bodily Aware in Cyber-Research; Part 3 Cybercultures and the Public Sphere; Post-Fordist Communities and Cyberspace: A Critical Approach; The Internet, Fixity, and Flow: Challenges to the Articulation of an Imagined Community.

'Click Here to Protest': Electronic Civil Disobedience and the Imaginaire of Virtual ActivismPart 4 Mediatisation of Memory; Diverging Strategies of Remembrance in Traditional and Web-2.0 On-Line Projects; Music Blogging: Saving Yugoslav Popular Music.

Cybercultures: Mediations of Community, Culture, Politics, is a collection of essays that critically examine the role that digital media and online cultures play in the rearticulation of contemporary societies, cultures and polities. This volume in.

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