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Digital media and society : transforming economics, politics and social practices / Andrew White.

By: White, Andrew, 1970-
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014Description: xiii, 222 p. ; 22 cmISBN: 9781137393616 (hardback); 1137393610 (hardback); 9781137393623 (paperback); 1137393629 (paperback)Subject(s): Information society | Digital media -- Social aspects | Mass media -- Technological innovations | Information technology -- Social aspects | Information technology -- Political aspects | | Communication and mass media April2015Genre/Form: -- Reading book DDC classification: 303.4833
Contents:
Politics and digital media: the impact of digital media on the public and private spheres. From the public to the private: the digitization of scholarship -- From the private to the public: online identity -- Digital media and politics in the liberal democratic state -- The digital economy. The digital economy and the creative industries -- The digital economy and the global financial crisis -- Digital media use. Reading/using digital media -- The new social movements -- Surveillance: the role of databases in contemporary societies -- Digital media use in the developing world -- Epilogues.
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Index : p. 217-222.

Bibliography : p. 196-216.

Politics and digital media: the impact of digital media on the public and private spheres. From the public to the private: the digitization of scholarship -- From the private to the public: online identity -- Digital media and politics in the liberal democratic state -- The digital economy. The digital economy and the creative industries -- The digital economy and the global financial crisis -- Digital media use. Reading/using digital media -- The new social movements -- Surveillance: the role of databases in contemporary societies -- Digital media use in the developing world -- Epilogues.

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