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The Unchallenged Persuasions of Mobile Media Technology: The Pre-Domestication of Google Glass in the Finnish Press

@inproceedings{Saariketo2018TheUP,
  title={The Unchallenged Persuasions of Mobile Media Technology: The Pre-Domestication of Google Glass in the Finnish Press},
  author={Minna Saariketo},
  booktitle={DHN},
  year={2018}
}
In recent years, networked devices have taken an ever tighter hold of people’s everyday lives. The tech companies are frantically competing to grab people’s attention and secure a place in their daily routines. In this short paper, I elaborat further a key finding from an analysis of Finnish press coverage on Google Glass between 2012 and 2015. The concept of pre-domestication is used to discuss the ways in which we are invited and persuaded by the media discourse to integrate ourselves in the… 

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