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New Media Culture and Image

ISBN-10: 1403989443
ISBN-13: 9781403989444
Edition: 2009
Authors: Kelli Fuery
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Description: Does a new media culture truly exist? This book explores the newness of new media, looking critically at key concepts and theory to show how it digitality affects our lives. Filled with visual examples that explore ideas of interactivity,  More...

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Book details

List price: $39.99
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Publication date: 10/28/2008
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 184
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.50" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.484
Language: English

Does a new media culture truly exist? This book explores the newness of new media, looking critically at key concepts and theory to show how it digitality affects our lives. Filled with visual examples that explore ideas of interactivity, surveillance and power, it is key reading for students of media and cultural studies.

Acknowledgements
Introduction
The Discursive Practice of the New
Key concepts
The idea of the new
Discourse: how and why we use the term 'new'
Positioning 'new media'
The status of the new
The discursive practice of the new
The Issues of Interactivity
Key concepts
Locating interactive experience
Interactive subjects
So what is interactivity?
New media and entropy
Structures of interactivity: how interactivity as a concept is sold
Becoming interactive
Interactivity and ideology
Interpellation and art
Summary
Surveillance, Technology and Paranoia
Key concepts
A brief word on anxiety and paranoia
Different technology?
The Panopticon
Some case studies of paranoia and technology
The Digitalization of the Body
Key concepts
Why the body and new media?
Art, body and new media
Mapping a connection between the body and technology
Body and space: embodiment and materiality
Vision and visuality
The task of ethics
Doubles and invoked bodies
Pleasure in and of New Media: The Pleasure of the Browsing Image
Key concepts
A note on the perspective of pleasure
Scopophilia and browsing
Roland Barthes: readerly and writerly pleasures
The browserly
New Media: Habitus and Identity
Key concepts
Tracing new media: four key conceptual moments
The habitus of new media
Formations of identity and the fetishism of celebrity
Beyond surveillance
Disruptive purpose
Glossary
Notes
Bibliography
Index

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