The authors advance media domestication research through an ecology-based approach to the abundance and materiality of media in the home.
Lewis critically analyzes how our relationship to food consumption, production, and politics is being re-mediated through digitally connected electronic devices, practices and content.
Digital media is changing the ways in which religion is practiced, understood, proselytised and countered. Religious institutions and leaders use digital media to engage with their congregations who now are not confined to single locations and physical structures. The faithful are part of online communities which allow them a space to worship and to find...
This book examines how streaming services and internet distribution have transformed global television culture.
Digital Media, Sharing and Everyday Life provides nuanced accounts of the processes of sharing in digital culture and the complexities that arise in them.
James Meese reveals the messy, complex historical and sociological realities of copyright law lying underneath the overheated rhetoric of copyright stakeholders.
Postill tracks the rise of techno-political 'nerds' as a new class of political brokers with growing influence.
This edited collection interrogates the diversity of transnational migration experiences in the Asia-Pacific through the lens of digital ethnography.
Death and Digital Media provides a critical overview of how people mourn, commemorate and interact with the dead through digital media.
Creating with Mobile Media investigates the convergence between locative, mobile and social media to show how people use mobile media for their creative practice.
Haunting Hands looks at the consequences of digital media's ubiquitous presence in our lives, in particular the representing, sharing, and remembering of loss.