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Youth and media : new media and cultural participation

Author: Mirosław Filiciak; Michal Danielewicz; Mateusz Halawa; Pawel Mazurek; Agata Nowotny
Publisher: Frankfurt : Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, 2013.
Series: Warsaw studies in culture and society, v. 3.
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This book is the result of an ethnographic study of everyday practices of new media communication among teenagers in Poland. It follows several dozen young people to provide insights on the emergent reality of mobile online life. It is about hanging out, loving, sharing passions and learning in the age of the networked digital media. Youth and Media explores the new forms of cultural participation as the most  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Filiciak, Mirosław.
Youth and media.
Frankfurt : Peter Lang GmbH, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, 2013
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mirosław Filiciak; Michal Danielewicz; Mateusz Halawa; Pawel Mazurek; Agata Nowotny
ISBN: 9783653029109 3653029104
OCLC Number: 870949406
Description: 1 online resource (217 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Cover; Table of contents; "Youth and media" report; Foreword to English edition; INTRODUCTION: Remediation; INTRODUCTION: Connected and online, the ethnography of a digital world; A new existential situation; Melded to media, participating in culture; Ethnography of new media; Ethnography in a database; How we worked?; How to read this report?; BEING TOGETHER; At the 18th birthday party; The power of close bonds; Black boxes, or material culture in the new media era; INTENSITY; Coordination of face to face and hand in handmeetings; Constant stand-by; New dimensions of contacts. To be is to take photosPhotographic sociability and remediating memory; LOVE; Love in the age of digital media; An asymmetric balance; Getting closer while apart; Romantic artifacts; An intimate internet; TECHNOLOGIES OF REFLEXIVITY; Trading attention, or how social networks materialize glances; Aestheticizing the everyday, or why life must have a vibe; Reflexive travel in the archives of togetherness; 'The self' in a relationship network; Robert. Facebook and politics; Successfully being yourself; Digital technologies and the technologies of the self; Reflexively being yourself among others. Searching for proof of one's existenceSHARING; C, like co-internet; The rules of sharing; Co-internet; GEEKING OUT. PASSIONS IN THE NETWORKED ERA; Last.fm: vibes via an algorithm; A never ending gallery opening; Digart: community of practices, online studio; Greniu. Listening and making music; History --
networked; A town's visual archive; A history seen on the Web; Majka: a hypothesis about learning shortcuts; Cultural omnivorousness?; AT SCHOOL; Media under the desk; Rapidshare Iliad; Rule of the algorithm; ... That's when I ask uncle Google; Anyone can write, anyone can correct. Educational WWWSchool outside of school; Two clicks away from distraction; Text message test; Student --
teacher: relations mediated by media; Schools and new media; MAL DU SIÈCLE?; NEW QUESTIONS ABOUT CULTURAL PARTICIPATION; Zuku: no longer a consumer, not yet a creator; Henry Jenkins: new forms of cultural participation; Wieslaw Godzic: television's end, creativity'sbeginning; Wojciech J. Burszta: describing a revolution; An "insert" identity; Culture as relations with content, not institutions; Marek Krajewski: expiration; (SEE); Acknowledgments; Additional thanks to; Bibliography.
Series Title: Warsaw studies in culture and society, v. 3.
Responsibility: Miroslaw Filiciak, Michal Danielewicz, Mateusz Halawa, Pawel Mazurek, Agata Nowotny.

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This book is the result of an ethnographic study of everyday practices of new media communication among teenagers in Poland. It follows several dozen young people to provide insights on the emergent reality of mobile online life. It is about hanging out, loving, sharing passions and learning in the age of the networked digital media. Youth and Media explores the new forms of cultural participation as the most fundamental coordinates of the social space are reshaped by these new technologies.

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