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- Häftad (paperback)
- Språk: Engelska
- Antal sidor: 196
- Utg.datum: 2010-04-23
- Upplaga: 1
- Förlag: Polity Press
- Illustrationer: black & white illustrations
- Dimensioner: 208 x 147 x 12 mm
- Vikt: 256 g
- Antal komponenter: 1
- ISBN: 9780745643328
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"Combining in-depth knowledge of the topic based on decades of Baym's own and others' research with a clear, concise and straightforward writing style that makes it a joy to read, this is the kind of accessible book that many academics would love to have written." Times Higher Education <p>"Lively and thought-provoking throughout, this book challenges the myth that cyberspace' dramatically transforms personal connections by revealing, instead, the complex and subtle ways in which people manage social interaction online and offline in response to the affordances of the various modes of communication available." Sonia Livingstone, London School of Economics and author of Children and the Internet <p>"Something is happening. Do you know what it is? Nancy Baym does, with a book bristling with ideas and authority. Filled with clear, lively writing, she both surveys and advances the field. I learned so much." Barry Wellman, University of Toronto <p>"Baym provides us a clear, concise, and thought-provoking discussion of the role of new digital media our interpersonal and societal relationships. She creates a welcome blend of her own and others' research, the affordances and capabilities of new media, historical and technical contexts of the telegraph through the Internet, stable as well as changing societal norms, and her own Internet experiences." Ronald E. Rice, University of California, Santa Barbara
Nancy Baym is Associate Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Kansas
List of illustrations. <p>Acknowledgements. <p>CHAPTER ONE: New forms of personal connection. <p>CHAPTER TWO: Making New Media make sense. <p>CHAPTER THREE: Communication in digital spaces. <p>CHAPTER FOUR: Communities and Networks. <p>CHAPTER FIVE: New relationships, new selves? <p>CHAPTER SIX: Digital media in relational development and maintenance. <p>CONCLUSION: The myth of cyberspace. <p>REFERENCES.