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Tune In, Log On
Nancy K Baym
Tune In, Log Out is an ethnographic study of an Internet soap opera fan group. Bridging the fields of computer-mediated communication and audience studies, the book shows how verbal and non verbal communicative practices create collaborative inter...
Internet Research Annual: v. 1
Mia Consalvo, Nancy K Baym, Jeremy Hunsinger, Klaus Bruhn Jensen
Internet Research Annual offers a selection of the best work presented at the first three conferences of the Association of Internet Researchers, and provides a useful overview of the cutting-edge in Internet studies. Established scholars and new ...
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"New communications technologies are always hyped by some people and denounced by others. Nancy Baym s brilliant book explodes myths and challenges stereotypes. Her clear-sighted and penetrating analysis provides the mental toolkit needed to reach a more nuanced view of the social impact of digital media." Tom Standage, Digital Editor, The Economist "In this lucid yet learned book, Nancy Baym covers a breadth of analysis on whether and how the internet and mobile communication are reconfiguring our identities and personal relationships. While recognising the many continuities in our social life from offline to online, she also notes some signs of optimism, showing how we may yet build new, perhaps better, personal connections in the digital age." Sonia Livingstone, London School of Economics and Political Science
Nancy K. Baym is a Principal Researcher at Microsoft Research and a Visiting Professor of Comparative Media Studies at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1. New forms of personal connection 2. Making new media make sense 3. Communication in digital spaces 4. Communities and networks 5. New relationships, new selves? 6. Digital media in everyday relationships Conclusion: the myth of cyberspace