Internet/Cyberculture/ Digital Culture/New Media/ Fill-in-the-Blank Studies

@article{Silver2004InternetCybercultureDC,
  title={Internet/Cyberculture/ Digital Culture/New Media/ Fill-in-the-Blank Studies},
  author={David Silver},
  journal={New Media \& Society},
  year={2004},
  volume={6},
  pages={55 - 64}
}
  • D. Silver
  • Published 2004
  • Sociology, Computer Science
  • New Media & Society
For the time being, it appears as though the largest umbrella underneath which many of us would huddle is called internet studies. While simultaneously drawing and building from other, older research streams (computers and composition, computer-supported cooperative work, hyper/ cybertext theory, and human–computer interaction, to name just a few) – and waiting for others to join, follow, or contest – internet studies (also labeled studies of cyberculture, digital culture, information society… Expand

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