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Download New Media: The Key Concepts ePub
  • ISBN 1845201337
  • ISBN13 978-1845201333
  • Language English
  • Author Nicholas Gane
  • Publisher Berg Publishers; English Ed edition (October 1, 2008)
  • Pages 160
  • Formats mobi azw docx lit
  • Category Math
  • Subcategory Technology
  • Size ePub 1355 kb
  • Size Fb2 1819 kb
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 536

Digital media are rapidly changing the world in which we live. Global communications, mobile interfaces and Internet cultures are re-configuring our everyday lives and experiences. To understand these changes, a new theoretical imagination is needed, one that is informed by a conceptual vocabulary that is able to cope with the daunting complexity of the world today. This book draws on writings by leading social and cultural theorists to assemble this vocabulary. It addresses six key concepts that are pivotal for understanding the impact of new media on contemporary society and culture: information, network, interface, interactivity, archive and simulation. Each concept is considered through a range of concrete examples to illustrate how they might be developed and used as research tools. An inter-disciplinary approach is taken that spans a number of fields, including sociology, cultural studies, media studies and computer science.

Nicholas Gane is Reader in Sociology at the University of Warwick and author of Max Weber and Postmodern Theory and The Future of Social Theory. Great book for grad and undergrad students of new and old media. Big help with writing papers and getting your terminology down.

Nicholas Gane is Reader in Sociology at the University of Warwick and author of Max Weber and Postmodern Theory and The Future of Social Theory. David Beer is Reader in Sociology at the University of York. Series: The Key Concepts.

Nicholas Gane, Radical Posthumanism: Friedrich Kittler and the Primacy of Technology, Theory, Culture .

Nicholas Gane, Radical Posthumanism: Friedrich Kittler and the Primacy of Technology, Theory, Culture and Society, 22(3) (2005): 2541. Nicholas Gane, Simulation, Theory, Culture and Society, 23(23) (2006): 2824. Nicholas Gane, Posthuman, Theory, Culture and Society, 23(23) (2006): 4314. This book, then, is about the key concepts needed for the study of new media, concepts that to some degree might be drawn from the very technologies that are being placed into question. But what exactly are new media? An initial distinction may be drawn between digital communications media and older analogue technologies.

Nicholas Gane is Reader in Sociology at the University of Warwick and author of Max Weber and Postmodern Theory .

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Global communications, mobile interfaces and Internet cultures are re-configuring our everyday lives and experiences. This book draws on writings by leading social and cultural theorists to assemble this vocabulary. It addresses six key concepts that are pivotal for understanding the impact of new media on contemporary society and culture: information, network, interface, interactivity, archive and simulation.

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2. The Key Concepts ISSN 1747-6550 The series aims to cover the core disciplines and the key cross-disciplinary ideas across the Humanities and Social Sciences. Each book isolates the key concepts to map out the theoretical terrain across a specific subject or idea. Each book isolates the key concepts to map out the theoretical terrain across a specific subject or idea

New Media: The Key Concepts. by Nicholas Gane, David Beer.

New Media: The Key Concepts. ISBN 9781845201326 (978-1-84520-132-6) Hardcover, Berg Publishers, 2008. Find signed collectible books: 'New Media: The Key Concepts'. Founded in 1997, BookFinder

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Nicholas Gane, Bryan Stanley Turner. 5. View via Publisher. Radical Post-humanism Friedrich Kittler and the Primacy of Technology. This article uses the work of Friedrich Kittler to address the ways in which media technologies underpin and structure the basis of ‘human’ existence and understanding. Kittler’s ‘media materialism. More). Global communications, mobile interfaces and Internet cultures are re-configuring our everyday lives and experiences.

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I would recommend students and scholars who want to write more new media to read this books
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Bought it August 16, 2016 and got it on September 7, 2016 for $17.34. I need it for school.
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Great book for grad and undergrad students of new and old media. Big help with writing papers and getting your terminology down