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The New Media and Cybercultures Anthology

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Moving beyond traditional cyberculture studies paradigms in several key ways, this comprehensive collection marks the increasing convergence of cyberculture with other forms of media, and with all aspects of our lives in a digitized world.Includes essential readings for both the student and scholar of a diverse range of fields, including new and digital media, internet stu ...more
Hardcover, 545 pages
Published April 26th 2010 by Wiley-Blackwell
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Nayar compiles an anthology of essays on New Media topics. For the most part, the essays are wideranging and informative. While they vary somewhat in terms of complexity and writing style, on the whole, the entire anthology would be accessible to an undergraduate course, particularly a media-savvy one. The book is divided into 35 essays and 8 parts: general theory, space and community, race in cyberspace, bodies and biopolitics, gender and sexuality, political activism, gaming, and the mobile an ...more
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