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Digital media sport : technology, power and culture in the network society

Author: Brett Hutchins
Publisher: New York : Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2013.
Series: Routledge research in cultural and media studies, 51.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brett Hutchins
ISBN: 9780415517515 0415517516
OCLC Number: 781675458
Description: xvi, 273 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction : Sport in the Network Society and Why it Matters / Brett Hutchins & David Rowe --
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Part One: Evolving Technologies, Platforms and Markets --
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Sport and the Rise of Mobile Media / Gerard Goggin --
Desktop Day Games : Workspace Media, Multitasking and the Digital Baseball Fan / Ethan Tussey --
"SporTV" : The Legacies and Power of Television / Ben Goldsmith --
The Struggle for Platform Leadership in the European Sports Broadcasting Market / Tom Evens & Katrien Lefever --
The Challenge of Unauthorized Online Streaming to the English Premier League and Television Broadcasters / Andrew Kirton & Matthew David --
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Part Two: Users, Audiences and Identities --
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Online Belongings : Female Fan Experiences in Online Football Forums / Deirdre Hynes & Anne-Marie Cook --
Eye Candy and Sex Objects : Race and Sport on YouTube / David J. Leonard --
Facebook, Twitter, and Sports Fans : Identity Protection and Social Network Sites in US Sports / Jimmy Sanderson --
Fan Movements in the Network Society : Project, Resistance and Legitimizing Identities among Manchester United Supporters / Pete Millward --
'Born on Swan Street Next to the Yarra' : Online Opinion Leaders and Inventing Commitment / Andy Ruddock --
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Part Three: Content Ecologies, Social Software and Games --
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New Media Technologies in Lifestyle Sport / Paul Gilchrist & Belinda Wheaton --
Blogging the Beijing Olympics : The Neoliberal Logic of Chinese Web 2.0 / Haiqing Yu --
Sports Journalism and Social Media : A New Conversation? / Raymond Boyle & Richard Haynes --
Carnival Mirrors : Sport and Digital Games / Steven Conway & Mark Finn --
Privileged Men and Masculinities : Gender and Fantasy Sports Leagues / Luke Howie & Perri Campbell.
Series Title: Routledge research in cultural and media studies, 51.
Responsibility: edited by Brett Hutchins and David Rowe.
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