Crossroads in New Media, Identity and Law (inbunden)
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Palgrave Macmillan
Arora, Payal / Hildebrandt, Mireille
245 p XIV
XIV, 245 p.
228 x 152 x 25 mm
453 g
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Crossroads in New Media, Identity and Law (inbunden)

Crossroads in New Media, Identity and Law

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Crossroads in New Media, Identity and Law is a compilation of essays on the nexus of new information and communication technologies, cultural identity, law and politics. The essays provoke timely discussions on how these different spheres affect each other and co-evolve in our increasingly hyper-connected and globalized world.
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"Crossroads in new media, identity and law offers a unique perspective on how identity politics are unfolding in the online world. ... As cell phones start to appear more like human appendages and 'selfie' entering our dictionary, there is no doubt that the ICTs have brought about rapid and dramatic changes to our society. This book is a solid attempt at explaining some of the changes we are undergoing today." (Azra Rashid, Information, Communication & Society, Vol. 21 (12), 2018) 'With critical approaches now well established in many communications programs, this book provides invaluable first-person narratives of the struggle to secure critical communication scholarship, and the ongoing challenges it presents for researchers, activists, and policy-makers worldwide.' - Terry Flew, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

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Nicola Bozzi, Independent Researcher and Freelance Journalist Amanda Brandellero, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands Julie E. Cohen, Georgetown University Law Center, USA Jos de Mul, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands Leigh Llewellyn Graham, Columbia University, USA Thomas Petzold, University of Applied Sciences for Media, Communication and Management, Germany Saskia Sassen, Columbia University, USA Eugenia Siapera, Dublin City University, Ireland Sanne Taekema, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands Femke van Hest, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands Mariangela Veikou, University of Leicester, UK Marc Verboord, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands Filip Vermeylen, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands


1. Introduction; Wouter de Been, Payal Arora and Mireille Hildebrandt PART I: COMMUNICATION, LAW AND POLITICS 2. From National Borders to Embedded Borderings: One Angle into the Question of Territory and Space in a Global Age; Saskia Sassen 3. Playing Around with a Few of Your Favorite Things: Freedom and Continuity on the Internet; Wouter de Been 4. The Networked Self in the Modulated Society; Julie E. Cohen 5. Fragments and Continuities of Law and ICT: A Pragmatist Approach to Understanding Legal Pluralism; Sanne Taekema PART II: NEW ICTS, IDENTITY AND LANGUAGE 6. Database Identity: Personal and Cultural Identity in the Age of Global Datafication; Jos de Mul 7. Rethinking Belonging in the Era of Social Media: Migration and Presence; Mariangela Veikou and Eugenia Siapera 8. Rule play: Negotiating Cyberspace and the Cybercultured Self in Saudi Arabia; Leigh Llewellyn Graham 9. Human-algorithmic Scaffolding; Thomas Petzold PART III: NEW ICTS AND CULTURAL INDUSTRIES 10. Has the Art Market Become Truly Global? Evidence from China and India; Femke van Hest and Filip Vermeylen 11. From Metaphysics to Metadata: Tagging as a Social Practice; Nicola Bozzi 12. National Popular Culture in an Interconnected World: The Case of Pop charts; Marc Verboord and Amanda Brandellero