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Media and morality : on the rise of the mediapolis
* Preface and Acknowledgements *1. Morality and Media *2. Mediapolis, or, the Space of Appearance *3. The Rhetoric of Evil *4. Contrapuntal Cultures *5. The Mediapolis and Everyday Life *6.Expand
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Television And Everyday Life
1. Television, Ontology and the Transitional Object 2. Television and a Place Called Home 3. The Suburbanization of the Public Sphere 4. The Tele-Technological System 5. Television and Consumption 6.Expand
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Design and the domestication of information and communication technologies: technical change and everyday life
Original citation: Originally published in Silverstone, Roger and Haddon, Leslie (1996) Design and the domestication of information and communication technologies: technical change and everyday life.Expand
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Consuming technologies : media and information in domestic spaces
Contributors: Ien Ang, Colin Campbell, Cynthia Cockburn, Jonathan Gershuny, Sonia Livingstone, Ian Miles, Daniel Miller, David Morley, Grahame Murdock, Tim Putnam, Marilyn Strathern, Diane ZimmermanExpand
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Why study the media
The Texture of Experience Mediation Technology Textual Claims And Analytical Strategies Rhetoric Poetics Erotics Dimensions Of Experience Play Performance Consumption Locations of Action andExpand
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Design and the Domestication of ICTs : Technical Change and Everyday Life
It is becoming increasingly evident that technological innovation is not a matter only of production, and that consumption and use are essential components of the innovation process. It is alsoExpand
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Proper distance: toward an ethics for cyberspace
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