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    • Hageneuer , Sebastian (2020)
      "Recent developments in the field of archaeology are not only progressing archaeological fieldwork but also changing the way we practise and present archaeology today. As these digital technologies are being used more and ...
    • Rußmann, Uta; Beinsteiner, Andreas; Ortner, Heike; Hug, Theo (2012)
      The current media landscape is often attributed a tendency to disclosure and openness. Social network sites blur the boundaries between the private and the public, platforms such as WikiLeaks and OpenLeaks publish secret ...
    • Manning, Erin; Munster , Anna; Stavning Thomsen, Bodil Marie (2019)
      All “media-tion” stages and distributes real, embodied – that is, immediate, events. The concept of immediation entails that cultural, technical, aesthetic objects, subjects, and events can no longer be abstracted from the ...
    • Manning, Erin; Munster , Anna; Stavning Thomsen, Bodil Marie (2019)
      All “media-tion” stages and distributes real, embodied – that is, immediate, events. The concept of immediation entails that cultural, technical, aesthetic objects, subjects, and events can no longer be abstracted from the ...
    • Hug, Theo (2008)
      In recent years, new and established media have penetrated, challenged, and often surpassed in significance traditional institutions of socialization and education. Moreover, the social organization of knowledge production ...
    • Mauler, Sandra; Ortner, Heike; Pfeiffenberger, Ulrike (2017)
      With the proliferation of digital information and communication technologies new, plural ways of mass distribution of verbal, textual and/or visual messages arose. Recipient's are required to find a position within the ...
    • Wilmott, Clancy (2020)
      This book argues for a theory of mobile mapping, a situated and spatial approach towards researching how everyday digital mobile media practices are bound up in global systems of knowledge and power. Drawing from literature ...
    • Dolnicar, Sara (2017)
      Peer-to-Peer Accommodation Networks: Pushing the boundaries is the first book to provide an in-depth analysis of the business model of Airbnb, to discuss factors facilitating the transition of peer-to-peer networks from ...
    • Tan, Corinne (2018)
      How are users influenced by social media platforms when they generate content, and does this influence affect users’ compliance with copyright laws? These are pressing questions in today’s internet age, and Regulating ...
    • Amerika, Mark; Kim, Laura (2019)
      Remixing Persona: An Imaginary Digital Media Object from the Onto-Tales of the Digital Afterlife is comprised of two components: a visual manifesto that doubles as a theoretical e-reader and a work of music video art. In ...
    • Buckley, Craig; Campe, Rüdiger; Casetti, Francesco (2019)
      Against the grain of the growing literature on screens, *Screen Genealogies* argues that the present excess of screens cannot be understood as an expansion and multiplication of the movie screen nor of the video display. ...
    • Aigrain, Philippe (2012)
      In the past fifteen years, file sharing of digital cultural works between individuals has been at the center of a number of debates on the future of culture itself. To some, sharing constitutes piracy, to be fought against ...
    • Graf, Heike (2016)
      "How do we talk about the environment? Does this communication reveal and construct meaning? Is the environment expressed and foregrounded in the new landscape of digital media? The Environment in the Age of the Internet ...
    • du Preez, Amanda (2018)
      This volume captures the status of digital humanities within the Arts in South Africa. The primary research methodology falls within the broader tradition of phenomenological hermeneutics, with a specific emphasis on visual ...