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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.
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.
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.
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 Zimmerman
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 and
Complicity and Collusion in the Mediation of Everyday Life
On the 2nd we were at the Wenglers in the afternoon. It once again made an enormous impression on me when they put on the wireless and leapt from London to Rome, from Rome to Moscow etc. The concepts
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 also
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