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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
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
|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.|
- Internet and teenagers -- Poland.
- Poland -- Social life and customs.
- Social media -- Poland.
- COMPUTERS -- Computer Literacy.
- COMPUTERS -- Computer Science.
- COMPUTERS -- Data Processing.
- COMPUTERS -- Hardware -- General.
- COMPUTERS -- Information Technology.
- COMPUTERS -- Machine Theory.
- COMPUTERS -- Reference.
- Internet and teenagers.
- Manners and customs.
- Social media.