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Gherab-Martín, Karim

Emerging Digital Spaces in Contemporary Society

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Table of contents

1. Properties of Technology
Phillip Kalantzis-Cope

Part I. Digital Communication

2. Technology, Innovation, Power, and Social Consequence
Robin Mansell

3. The World Summit Awards Benchmarking Arabic Websites: A Case Study of Governance
Ilhem Allagui

4. Test Driving E-Participation: The Case of Gipuzkoa (Basque Country)
Alfonso Unceta

5. Visualizing Electricity and Magnetism: The Collaborative Development of a Multimedia Text
Jennifer A. George-Palilonis, John Belcher

Part II. Defining New Media

6. Emergent Journalism and Mass Media Paradigms in the Digital Society
Carlos Elias

7. CitizenShift and Parole Citoyenne: The Democratization of Media
Reisa Levine

8. Presidential Rhetoric in 140 Characters or Less
Nathan Angelo

9. Web 2.0 Technologies and the Museum
Seth Thompson

Part III. The Texts of Digital Publishing

10. Academic Publishing at the Crossroads
John B. Thompson

11. The Open Textbook: From Modules to Mash-Ups
John W. Warren

12. Community and Communion: Books as Communal Artifacts in the Digital Age
Yasmin Ibrahim

13. Is the ‘E-Incunabula’ the One Solution for Scientific Communication?
José Morillo-Velarde

Part IV. The Digital Citizen

14. Digital Citizenship
Timothy W. Luke

15. Facebook in Egypt: April 6 and the Perception of a New Political Sphere
Christopher Wilson

16. Grassroots Politics in Popular Online Spaces: Balancing Alliances
Julie Uldam

17. From Disability to Functional Diversity: ICT and Amartya Sen’s Approach
Mario Toboso

Part V. Power, Knowledge, Surveillance

18. Surveillance, Power and Everyday Life
David Lyon

19. Full Spectrum Surveillance: NYPD, Panopticism and the Public Disciplinary Complex
Brian Jefferson

20. The Wired Body and Event Construction: Mobile Technologies and the Technological Gaze
Yasmin Ibrahim

21. Configuring the Face as a Technology of Citizenship: Biometrics, Surveillance and the Facialization of Institutional Identity
Joseph Ferenbok

Part VI. Digital Property

22. Whose Property? Mapping Intellectual Property Rights, Contextualizing Digital Technology and Framing Social Justice
Phillip Kalantzis-Cope

23. Ethical Concerns about Digital Property: The Case of FLOSS Licenses
Roberto Feltrero

24. On/Off the Agenda: Intellectual Property Rights, the UN and the Global Politics of the Internet
Mikkel Flyverbom

25. Health Traditions in Kerala and Local Intellectual Property Rights
Rubeena Aliar

Part VII. The Digital Commons

26. Socrates Back on the Street: Wikipedia’s Citing of the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
John Willinsky

27. The Challenges of Digitally Mapping Marginal Sub-Regions and Localities: A Case Study of South India
Aloka Parasher-Sen

28. How Open Source Software and Wireless Networks are Transforming Two Cultures: An Investigation in Urban North America and Rural Africa
David Yates, Anas Tawileh

29. The Secrets of Biblioland: A Case Study
Elena Moschini

Part VIII. New Infrastructures of Science

30. Towards a Science 2.0 based on Technologies of Recommendation, Innovation, and Reuse
Karim Gherab-Martín

31. Democratizing the Science of Risk Management — An End-User-Driven Approach to Managing Risks to Drinking Water Systems in First Nations Communities
Khosrow Farahbakhsh, Benjamin Kelly

32. The Public Debate on Science and Technology: Transgenic Corn in Mexico
Julio E. Rubio

33. Evolving Publishing Practices in Mathematics: Wiles, Perelman, and arXiv
Manuel González Villa

Part IX. Digital Aesthetics

34. Fabrication
Sean Cubitt

35. Closing the Gap between Art and Life: Digital Art as Discursive Framework
John Byrne

36. Digital Art: Blowing Zen in the City
Melissa D. Milton-Smith

37. Digital Aesthetics in Everyday Technologies: A Case Study of the NY Art Beat iPhone Application
Tamsyn Gilbert

Part X. Digital Labor

38. Redrawing the Labor Line: Technology and Work in Digital Capitalism
Eran Fisher

39. Work and Skills in the Telecommunications Industry
Owen Darbishire

40. US Policy Approaches to Digital Labor
Madeline Carr

41. Employability and Sustainability in the Graduate Job Market: A Case Study of ICT Graduates in Malaysia
Suriyani Muhamad

Part XI. Technology, Culture, and Society

42. The Empirical Case for Taking a Technosocial Approach to Computing
David Hakken, Maurizio Teli

43. The Punjab Peasant and Digital Culture
Anjali Gera Roy

44. Social Ecology of Museums in the Digital Domain
Amareswar Galla

45. Information Technology and the Construction of Moral Reasoning, Empathy, and Affect: Crossing Time, Space, and Attitudes in Virtual Reality
William James Stover

Part XII. Digital Identities

46. The Internet, Gender and Identity: Proletarianization as Selective Essentialism
Marcus Breen

47. Virtual Glass Houses: The Process and Politics of Bisexual Identity Discussions in Online Diary Communities
Emily D. Arthur

48. UsMob: Remapping Indigenous Futures in Cyberspace
Jan Lüdert

49. Gender Structure, Gender Identity, Gender Symbolism and Information Technologies
Verónica Sanz

Part XIII. Information Globalism

50. Digital Capitalism and Development: The Unbearable Lightness of ICT4D
Jan Nederveen Pieterse

51. Information and Communication Technologies for Least Developed Countries: A Case Study of the Republic of Malawi
Robert M. Bichler

52. Dot.Com Marriages in India: Examining the Changing Patterns of the Arranged Marriage Market in India
Mili Kalia

53. Bridging the Digital Divide in Developing Countries: A Case Study of Bangladesh and Kuwait
Charles C. Chiemeke

Part XIV. Reading Machines

54. Do E-Book Readers Understand Digital Documents?
Jean-Claude Guédon

55. In Praise of Paper: Cultural Prejudice and the Electronic Book Market in Spain
José Luis González-Quirós

56. Why E-Readers Will Not Gain Widespread Popularity
José Antonio Millán

57. Hyperactive: The Digi-Novel
John W. Warren

58. Mapping Emerging Digital Spaces in Contemporary Society
Karim Gherab-Martín

Keywords: Political Science and International Relations, Political Economy, Business and Management, general, Innovation/Technology Management, International Economics, Corporate Communication/Public Relations, Development Economics

Editor
 
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2010
Language
en
Edition
1
Page amount
408 pages
Category
Society
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9780230299047
Printed ISBN
978-1-349-32397-5

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