Roger Silverstone

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2 The locus of our regulatory concerns need to shift. In the new media world, a world that still includes old media, and old but yet resistant values driving institutional processes of mediation, the concern with markets, competition, and content needs to be rethought. This is not only because of the decline of spectrum scarcity, or the incapacity of(More)
(1989) Families, technologies and consumption: the household and information and communication technologies. article(s) in LSE Research Online to facilitate their private study or for non-commercial research. You may not engage in further distribution of the material or use it for any profit-making activities or any commercial gain. You may freely(More)
In recent years a body of qualitative and case study research has begun to accumulate showing that users, consumers and citizens are not just passive recipients of technology but actively engage in defining and giving meaning to Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs). A central theme of this work is that ICTs only become meaningful in use; they(More)
Urban tapestries (UT) is an exploration into the potential costs and benefits of public authoring, that is, mapping and sharing local knowledge, memories, stories, sensed information, and experiences. It aims to reveal the potential of pervasive computing to create and support relationships that surpass established social and cultural boundaries and enable(More)
European Commission (grant number HPRN ET 2000 00063) under the 5 th Framework Programme. It was constituted as a research and training network within the programme, Improving Knowledge Potential and oriented towards " creating a user friendly information society ". EMTEL sought to bring together young and experienced researchers in a shared project to(More)
This article raises issues concerning popular representations of science, and in particular of scientific controversy, through a caw-study of the treatmnt of food poisoning controversy in a museum exhibition. It is argued that the science that is created for the public is shaped not only by the overt intentions of the exhibition makers but also by(More)