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Beyond new media : discourse and critique in a polymediated age

Author: Art Herbig; Andrew F Herrmann; Adam W Tyma
Publisher: Lanham [Maryland] : Lexington Books, 2015. ©2015
Series: Studies in new media.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Bringing together rhetorical, media studies, organizational communication, ethnographic, pop culture, mass communication, gender studies, and educational technology backgrounds to bear on polymediation, the authors interrogate the language by which we talk about the contemporary media landscape and the impact of the media on people's lives.
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Beyond new media : discourse and critique in a polymediated age.
Lanham, [Maryland] : Lexington Books, ©2015
xxiv, 201 pages
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Art Herbig; Andrew F Herrmann; Adam W Tyma
ISBN: 9780739191033 0739191039
OCLC Number: 905917442
Description: 1 online resource (227 pages).
Contents: Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1 I am you and you are we and we are all ... me?; 2 Polymediation; 3 Rhetoric and Polymediation; 4 Communicating, Sensemaking, and (Dis)Organizing; 5 Ipsedixitism, Ipseity, and Ipsilateral Identity; 6 Polyreality; 7 Hashtagging Feminism; 8 Technology as Engagement; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index; About the Contributors.
Series Title: Studies in new media.
Responsibility: edited by Art Herbig, Andrew F. Herrmann, and Adam W. Tyma.

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This edited collection is the third in the 'Studies in New Media' series (begun in 2012). Herbig, Herrmann, and Tyma offer eight essays that focus on and forward polymedia, a concept introduced by Read more...

 
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