New Media and Cybercultures Anthology

ISBN-10: 1405183071
ISBN-13: 9781405183079
Edition: 2010
Authors: Pramod K. Nayar
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List price: $29.50
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Limited
Publication date: 4/9/2010
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 568
Size: 6.50" wide x 9.50" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.134
Language: English

Introduction: New Media and Cybercultures
Reading Cyberculture
'Welcome to Cyberia: Notes on an Anthropology of Cyberculture'
'Web Sphere Analysis and Cybercultural Studies'
'The Promises of Monsters: A Regenerative Politics for Inappropriate/d Others'
'The Life Cycle of Cyborgs: Writing the Posthuman'
'Cyberspace, or the Virtualization of Communication'. levy
Digitextuality
'Digitextuality and Click Theory: Theses on Convergence Media in the Digital Age'
From The Language of New Media
From Remediation
Spaces
'Online U-Topia: Cyberspace and the Mythology of Placelessness'
'The End of Geography or the Explosion of Place? Conceptualizing Space, Place and Information Technology'
'Traditional Space vs Cyberspace: The Changing Role of Geography in Current International Politics'
'Virtual Webs, Physical Technologies, and Hidden Workers: The Spaces of Labor in Information Internetworks'
'Post-Sedentary Space'
Race and Cyberspace
'Cultural Considerations in Internet Policy and Design: A Case Study from Central Asia'
'Cybertyping and the Work of Race in the Age of Digital Reproduction'
'Alt.Civilizations.faq: Cyberspace as the Darker Side of the West'
'Voices of the Marginalized on the Internet: Examples from a Website for Women of South Asia'
Bodies
'Virtual Reality as Embodied Power of Imaging'
'Biocolonialism, Genomics, and the Databasing of the Population'
'Assembling Bodies in Cyberspace: Technologies, Bodies, and Sexual Difference'
'Will the Real Body Please Stand Up? Boundary Stories about Virtual Cultures'
Gender and Sexuality
'Virtually Visible: Female Cyberbodies and the Medical Imagination'
'Queer Spaces, Modem Boys and Pagan Statues: Gay/Lesbian Identity and the Construction of Cyberspace'
'Birth of the Cyberqueer'
'Analogy and (White) Feminist Theory: Thinking Race and the Color of the Cyborg Body'
Politics
'Language and Libertarianism: The Politics of Cyberculture and the Culture of Cyberpolitics'
'Simulated Sovereignty, Telematic Territoriality: The Political Economy of Cyberspace'
'The Green Internet: A Tool for Conservation Science'
'Avatopia: Planning a Community for Non-violent Societal Action'
'So Much for the Magic of Technology and the Free Market: The World Wide Web and the Corporate Media System'
'Cyborg Warriors'
'Ensuring Minority Rights in a Pluralistic and "Liquid"
Information Society'. y
'The Right of Assembly and Freedom of Association in the Information Age'
'Internet Studies in Times of Terror'
Art and Aesthetics
'Aesthetic Programming: Crafting Personalized Software'
'The Interface as Sign and Aesthetic Event'
'The Digital Image in "the Age of the Signifier"'
Eduardo Kac 'The Emergence of Biotelematics and Biorobotics: Integrating Biology, Information Processing, Networking and Robotics'
'Dance and Media Technologies'
'Science as Culture: Through the Artist's Lens'
Subcultures
'(Not) Hackers: Subculture, Style and Media Incorporation'
'Langsters Online: k.d. lang and the Creation of Internet Fan Communities'
Everyday Life, Popular Internet
'Email, Gender and Personal Relationships'
'Where Home is the Office: The New Form of Flexible Work'
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"Nobody Lives Only in Cyberspace": Gendered Subjectivities and Domestic Use of the Internet'
'Sex on the Internet: Issues, Concerns and Implications'
Cyberspace Romance
Games
'How We Became Postdigital: From Cyberstudies to Game Studies'
'Hyperbodies, Hyperknowledge: Women in Games, Women in Cyberpunk, and Strategies of Resistance'
'Stories for Eye, Ear, and Muscles: Video Games, Media and Embodied Experiences'
'Playing Game Cultures: Electronic Games'. New media cultures
Governance and Law
From Code and Other Laws of Cyberspace
'Cyberspace Self-Governance: A Skeptical View from Liberal Democratic Theory'
The Governance of Cyberspace
Personal Communications Technology
'Moving Beyond Conspicuous Leisure Consumption: Adolescent Women, Mobile Phones and Public Space'
Morris Williams and Constance Fleuroit. '
"A New Sense of Place": Mobile "Wearable"
Information and Communications Technology Devices and the Geographies of Urban Childhood'
'Mobile Communication and the Transformation of Everyday Life: The Next Phase of Research on Mobiles'
'Mobile Mania, Mobile Manners'
'Speaking Mobile: Intensified Everyday Life, Condensed City'
'Supporting Personal and Romantic Relationships with Mobile Phones'
Bibliography and Webliography
Index

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