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Yaşamımızı idame ettirirken kullandığımız şu şeyin, bu ifadenin ya da medya aracılığıyla yaşanan çok sayıda pratiğin varoluş koşulları nedir? Görece yeni bir araştırma alanı olarak medya arkeolojisi, bu temel sorunun peşine düşmüş olması bakımından, gündelik hayata kök salmıştır. Jussi Parikka konuya dair en güncel ve kapsamlı çalışma olan Medya Arkeolojisi Nedir?de bunu ...more
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Published October 4th 2017 by Koç University Press (first published May 1st 2012)
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Mjhancock
Jan 09, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: scholarly, media
Call it a 3.5. Take this review with a grain of salt, as I read the book in a scanning sort of mode to figure out what I needed for some research, rather than reading it with a lot of pauses and scribbling, which I think is the ideal way to read theory-heavy stuff. The book's... kind of odd. It's an overview of media archaeology, but not quite an introduction to media archaeology, if that makes any sense. Its eight chapters explain what Parikka feels are the key issues and areas of media ...more
Leif
Jul 25, 2014 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
A self-proclaimed "exercise in mapping, a cartography more than a history," Parikka's map occupies itself with names and summaries more than places, peoples, and histories. I found his chapters helpful in understanding the range of interests and tools that media archaeologists adapt and adopt, but found myself asking questions that a more introductory book might have (perhaps more schematically, historically) answered. That said, the richness on display makes a compelling case for adopting lines ...more
Riar
Oct 31, 2018 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Parikka's What is Media Archaelogy? is a foundation to anyone who wants to swim around the theoryand somehow methodologyof media archeology. However, prior knowledge on media studiesI thinkis necessary, otherwise this book could be really confusing for people who are not familiar with the field and study. 'Scientist-artist, or just informed users?' becomes an important question as media archeology proposed to open the black-box of mediation and technology, what are the role of these practicians ...more
Aybike
Sep 06, 2018 rated it liked it
Kitabı ve tabii medya arkeolojisini tanıtıcı bilgiler içeren, güzel bir Parikka söyleşisi:
http://t24.com.tr/k24/yazi/medya-arke...
Little Danny
I can't make heads of tales of half the claims in this ostensibly introductory text, and while I take a large portion of blame for what little I took from the book, I don't think it's inappropriate to suggest my bewilderment is due in part to Parikka's over-reliance on post-structuralist/postmodern/psychoanalytic jargon (if I never see the words "assemblage," "mapping," "threshold," or any bit of borrowed mathematical/scientific technobabble again, it will be too soon), name dropping, and ...more
Tara Brabazon
May 31, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This is an amazing book. Media archaeology is an incredibly important sub-discipline of media studies. Through the impact of digitization and the web 2.0 environment, the past - and past media - can evaporate. This book shows how we can study and remember media and study it with reflection and care.

I am so impressed. There is attention on software culture and how the most useful software tends to 'disappear.' The methods and theories introduced in this book enable us to understand the taken for
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Ernesto Priani saiso
Es un amplio panorama introductorio de la arqueología de los medios, con dos capítulos iniciales muy interesantes, en que presenta la metodología y algunas hipótesis, pero que después se torna muy anecdótico en un esfuerzo por ofrecer un panorama muy amplio e incluyente,
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“In other words, media critique is not only about saying things, it is about design and materiality – doing critique in an alternative fashion, against the grain, so to speak (see Lovink 2003: 11). Through such material existence, the media-archaeological work puts the spectator/user/viewer into a new relation with the imaginary, and hence forces us to engage creatively with the presence of media – new and old, imagined and real.” 0 likes
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