This paper explores contemporary metaphoric usage invoked to describe interactions with digital media. The authors argue that such descriptions are indicative of positivist attempts to contain such interactions within the constraints of a reality bound by experiential knowledge outside of cyberspace or the virtual worlds it seeks to describe. Thus the… (More)
(IWG), the participants of the IWG workshops and the Decade Secretariat for facilitating this study, as well as their useful comments and suggestions. I also thank the Decade Trust Fund of the Decade of Roma Inclusion 2005-2015 for the financial support.