Digital Information Culture

Digital Information Culture is an introduction to the cultural, social and political impact of digital information and digital resources. The book is organised around themes, rather than theories and is arranged into three sections: culture, society and the individual. Each explores key elements of the social, cultural and political impact of digital information. The culture section outlines the origins of cyber culture in fifties pulp-fiction through to the modern day. It explores the issues of information overload, the threat of a digital dark age, and the criminal underbelly of digital culture. Section two, society, explores the economic and social impact of digital information, outlining key theories of the Information Age. Section three explores the impact of digital information and digital resources on the individual, exploring the changing nature of identity in a digital world. Written by a leading author in the field Focuses on digital information and its social, cultural and political impact is unique The wider theoretical framework, relying less of sociology, more on cultural theory

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  • Author : Luke Tredinnick
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Pages : 220 pages
  • ISBN : 1780631677
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Digital Information Culture

Digital Information Culture
  • Author : Luke Tredinnick
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 31 March 2008
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Digital Information Culture is an introduction to the cultural, social and political impact of digital information and digital resources. The book is organised around themes, rather than theories and is arranged into three sections: culture, society and the individual. Each explores key elements of the social, cultural and political impact of digital information. The culture section outlines the origins of cyber culture in fifties pulp-fiction through to the modern day. It explores the issues of information overload, the threat of

Digital Information Contexts

Digital Information Contexts
  • Author : Luke Tredinnick
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 30 September 2006
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This book is an introduction to critical and theoretical perspectives on digital information. It outlines the origins of information management in nineteenth-century humanism, the adoption of scientific perspectives in the documentation and information science movements, and modern theoretical frameworks for understanding the social, cultural and political place of digital information. Digital Information Contexts is the first book aimed at information professionals to give a detailed outline of important perspectives on information and meaning, including post-structuralism and post-modernism. It explores parallels

Geographies of Digital Culture

Geographies of Digital Culture
  • Author : Tilo Felgenhauer,Karsten Gäbler
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 22 December 2017
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“Digital culture” reflects the ways in which the ubiquity and increasing use of digital devices and infrastructures is changing the arenas of human experience, creating new cultural realities. Whereas much of the existing literature on digital culture addresses the topic through a sociological, anthropological, or media theoretic lens, this book focuses on its geographic aspects. The first section, “infrastructures and networked practices” highlights the integration of digital technologies into everyday practices in very different historical and geographical contexts—ranging from

The Digital Condition

The Digital Condition
  • Author : Robert Wilkie,Robert A. Wilkie
  • Publisher : Fordham Univ Press
  • Release : 08 December 2021
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Each generation of scholars produces a book that remaps the state of knowledge. Rob Wilkie's The Digital Condition: Class and Culture in the Information Network is the book of a new generation of cultural theorists who grew up under digital conditions and now is redrawing the boundaries of digital cultural analysis. In a wide ranging study of cultural texts and situations--from William Gibson's novels and the iPad, to the writings of Antonio Negri, Jacques Derrida, Manuel Castells, Donna Haraway, and

Information Cultures in the Digital Age

Information Cultures in the Digital Age
  • Author : Matthew Kelly,Jared Bielby
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 08 August 2016
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For several decades Rafael Capurro has been at the forefront of defining the relationship between information and modernity through both phenomenological and ethical formulations. In exploring both of these themes Capurro has re-vivified the transcultural and intercultural expressions of how we bring an understanding of information to bear on scientific knowledge production and intermediation. Capurro has long stressed the need to look deeply into how we contextualize the information problems that scientific society creates for us and to re-incorporate a

Memes in Digital Culture

Memes in Digital Culture
  • Author : Limor Shifman
  • Publisher : MIT Press
  • Release : 04 October 2013
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Taking “Gangnam Style” seriously: what Internet memes can tell us about digital culture. In December 2012, the exuberant video “Gangnam Style” became the first YouTube clip to be viewed more than one billion times. Thousands of its viewers responded by creating and posting their own variations of the video—“Mitt Romney Style,” “NASA Johnson Style,” “Egyptian Style,” and many others. “Gangnam Style” (and its attendant parodies, imitations, and derivations) is one of the most famous examples of an Internet meme: a

Defining Identity and the Changing Scope of Culture in the Digital Age

Defining Identity and the Changing Scope of Culture in the Digital Age
  • Author : Novak, Alison
  • Publisher : IGI Global
  • Release : 19 May 2016
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Since the popularization of Internet technologies in the mid-1990s, human identity and collective culture has been dramatically shaped by our continued use of digital communication platforms and engagement with the digital world. Despite a plethora of scholarship on digital technology, questions remain regarding how these technologies impact personal identity and perceptions of global culture. Defining Identity and the Changing Scope of Culture in the Digital Age explores a multitude of topics pertaining to self-hood, self-expression, human interaction, and perceptions

Understanding Digital Culture

Understanding Digital Culture
  • Author : Vincent Miller
  • Publisher : SAGE
  • Release : 15 August 2012
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"This is an outstanding book. It is one of only a few scholarly texts that successfully combine a nuanced theoretical understanding of the digital age with empirical case studies of contemporary media culture. The scope is impressive, ranging from questions of digital inequality to emergent forms of cyberpolitics." - Nick Gane, York University "Well written, very up-to-date with a good balance of examples and theory. It′s good to have all the major issues covered in one book." - Peter

Digital Keywords

Digital Keywords
  • Author : Benjamin Peters
  • Publisher : Princeton University Press
  • Release : 07 June 2016
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How the digital revolution has shaped our language In the age of search, keywords increasingly organize research, teaching, and even thought itself. Inspired by Raymond Williams's 1976 classic Keywords, the timely collection Digital Keywords gathers pointed, provocative short essays on more than two dozen keywords by leading and rising digital media scholars from the areas of anthropology, digital humanities, history, political science, philosophy, religious studies, rhetoric, science and technology studies, and sociology. Digital Keywords examines and critiques the rich lexicon animating

Museums and Digital Culture

Museums and Digital Culture
  • Author : Tula Giannini,Jonathan P. Bowen
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 06 May 2019
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This book explores how digital culture is transforming museums in the 21st century. Offering a corpus of new evidence for readers to explore, the authors trace the digital evolution of the museum and that of their audiences, now fully immersed in digital life, from the Internet to home and work. In a world where life in code and digits has redefined human information behavior and dominates daily activity and communication, ubiquitous use of digital tools and technology is radically changing

Digital Culture

Digital Culture
  • Author : Charlie Gere
  • Publisher : Reaktion Books
  • Release : 15 January 2009
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From our bank accounts to supermarket checkouts to the movies we watch, strings of ones and zeroes suffuse our world. Digital technology has defined modern society in numerous ways, and the vibrant digital culture that has now resulted is the subject of Charlie Gere’s engaging volume. In this revised and expanded second edition, taking account of new developments such as Facebook and the iPhone, Charlie Gere charts in detail the history of digital culture, as marked by responses to

The Dialectic of Digital Culture

The Dialectic of Digital Culture
  • Author : David Arditi,Jennifer Miller
  • Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
  • Release : 01 August 2019
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This edited collection analyzes dialectically the role of digital technology in contemporary society. The contributors identify the cultural logics and oppressive forces reproduced in the digital era and challenge celebratory readings of digital technology.

Digital Visual Culture

Digital Visual Culture
  • Author : Anna Bentkowska-Kafel,Trish Cashen,Hazel Gardiner
  • Publisher : Intellect Books
  • Release : 08 December 2021
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Digital creativity is boundless. Art practitioners and scholars continue to explore what technology has to offer and practice-based research is redefining their disciplines. What happens when an artist experiments with bio-scientific data and discovers something the scientists failed to notice? How do virtual telematic environments affect our relationship with the object and our understanding of identity and presence? Interactive engagement with the creative process takes precedence over the finite piece thus affecting the roles of the artist and the viewer.

Enterprise Content Management, Records Management and Information Culture Amidst E-Government Development

Enterprise Content Management, Records Management and Information Culture Amidst E-Government Development
  • Author : Proscovia Svärd
  • Publisher : Chandos Publishing
  • Release : 13 April 2017
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This book identifies key factors necessary for a well-functioning information infrastructure and explores how information culture impacts the management of public information, stressing the need for a proactive and holistic information management approach amidst e-Government development. In an effort to deal with an organization's scattered information resources, Enterprise Content Management, Records Management and Information Culture Amidst E-Government Development investigates the key differences between Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Records Management (RM), the impact of e-Government development on information management and