'New media' has emerged as one of the dynamic research fronts in media and communication, addressing the diversity and proliferation of new information and communication technologies and their social contexts. This title covers the historical, economic, social and behavioural issues at stake to trace the development and implications of new media.
VOLUME 1: VISIONS, HISTORIES, MEDIATION Part 1: Visions Laws of Media Constituents of a Theory of the Media - M. McLuhan with E. McLuhan The Ecstasy of Communication - H.M. Enzensberger Separation perfected - J. Baudrillard. Disjuncture and Difference in the Global Cultural Economy - G. Debord The Culture of Under-determination - A. Appadurai Part 2: Histories - M. Poster The Bias of Communication Annihilating Space, Time, and Difference: Experiments in cultural homogenization - H.A. Innis Conclusions: Control as the engine of the information society - C. Marvin Introduction: A storm from paradise - technological innovation, diffusion, and suppression - J. Beniger Private Communication - B. Winston From Kaleidoscomaniac to Cybernerd: Notes toward an archaeology of media - P. Flichy Where the Counterculture Met the New Economy: The WELL and the origins of virtual community - E. Huhtamo Part 3: Mediation - F. Turner Mediated Interpersonal Communication: Toward a new typology A Cultural Approach to Communication. - R. Cathcart and G. Gumpert. Communication and Mediation - J.W. Carey The Internet as Mass Medium - J. Jouet Immediacy, Hypermediacy, and Remediation - M. Morris and C. Ogan Cultural Change: The perception of the media and the mediation of its images - J.D. Bolter and R. Grusin VOLUME 2: TECHNOLOGY: ARTEFACTS, SYSTEMS, DESIGN - J.M Barbero Part 4: Technology and Society The Technology and Society Do Artefacts have Politics? - R. Williams The Ethnography of Infrastructure - L. Winner Technologies, Texts, and Affordances - S.L. Star Part 5: Communication Technologies in Transition - I. Hutchby. Farewell to the Information Age Technology and Ideology: The case of the telegraph - G. Nunberg The Telephone System: Creator of mobility and social change - J.W. Carey Youth Culture and the Shaping of Japanese Mobile Media: Personalization and the Keitai internet as multimedia - C. Cherry "Should one applaud?" Breaches and Boundaries in the Reception of New Technologies in Music - T. Okada The Third Era of Television: Plenty - P.J. Pinch and K. Bijsterveld New Media Design and Development: Diffusion of innovations v social shaping of technology - J. Ellis Continuity and Change in Conceptions of the Wired City - L.A. Lievrouw Part 6: Computers as Media - W.H. Dutton, J.G. Blumler, and K.L. Kraemer The Computer as a Communication Device The Dynamo and the Computer: An historical perspective on the modern productivity paradox - J.C.R. Licklider and R.W. Taylor Epistemological Pluralism: Styles and voices within the computer culture - P. David Popularizing the Internet. - S. Turkle and S. Papert Shaping the Web: Why the politics of search engines matters - J. Abbate The Development of Interactive Games - L.D. Introna and H. Nissenbaum Internet Research: For and against - L. Haddon VOLUME 3: SOCIAL INSTITUTIONS, STRUCTURES, ARRANGEMENTS - P. Agre Part 7: Information Society: Debates The Post-industrial Society: A conceptual schema The Johoka Shakai Approach to the Study of Communication in Japan - D. Bell Plan and Control: Towards a cultural history of the information society - Y. Ito Materials for an Exploratory Theory of the Network Society - F. Webster and K. Robins Part 8: Policy, Law and Regulation - M. Castells Policies for Freedom The Internet and U.S. Communication Policy-making in Historical and Critical Perspective - I. De Sola Pool Media Policy Paradigm Shifts: Towards a new communications policy paradigm - R.W. Mcchesney Copyright and Commerce: The DMCA, trusted systems, and the stabilization of distribution - J. Van Cuilenburg and D. Mcquail Part 8: New Media Economics and Markets - T. Gillespie The Public Telecommunications Network: A concept in transition Elements of Diffusion - E. Noam Free Labor: Producing culture for the digital economy - E.M. Rogers Part 9: Politics and Power - T. Terranova Information Poverty and Political Inequality: Citizenship in the age of privatized communications Surveillance, Privacy, and the New Technology - G. Murdock and P. Golding Oppositional Politics and the Internet: A critical/reconstructive approach - D. Lyon and E. Zureik Organized Innocence and War in the New Europe: Adilkno, culture, and the independent media - R. Kahn and D. Kellner The Internet, Public Spheres, and Political Communication: Dispersion and deliberation - G. Lovink Part 10: Technology and Space - P. Dahlgren Spaces of Identity: Communication technologies and the reconfiguration of Europe Conclusions: Promoting e-Democracy - K. Robins and D. Morley Being Trini and Representing Trinidad. in the Internet: An ethnographic approach - P. Norris VOLUME 4: PRACTICES: INTERACTION, IDENTITY, CULTURE - D. Miller and D. Slater Part 11: Interaction/Computer-Mediated Communication Social Psychological Aspects of Computer-mediated Communication Interactivity: From new media to communication - S. Kiesler, J. Siegel and T.W. Mcguire Connected Presence: The emergence of a new repertoire for managing social relationships in a changing communications technoscape - S. Rafaeli Genres of Organizational Communication: A structurational approach to studying communication and media - C. Licoppe Part 12: New Media and Community - J. Yates and W. Orlikowski The Emergence of Community in Computer-mediated Communication A Nation of Strangers - N.K. Baym Netville Online and Offline: Observing and surveying a wired suburb - J.E. Katz and P. Aspden Part 13: Identity and Self - K. Hampton and B. Wellman Where Have we Been, Where are we Going? Intelligent Agency - J. Meyrowitz "Where do you want to go today?" Cybernetic Tourism, the Internet, and Transnationality - T.M. Wise Gendering the Internet: Claims, controversies and cultures - L. Nakamura Part 14: Everyday/Domestic Contexts of New Media - L. Van Zoonen Domesticating Domestication: Reflections on the life of a concept Conceptualizing user Agency - R. Silverstone. Children and Computers: New technology - old concerns - M. Bakardjieva Literacy and Multimodality: A theoretical framework - E. Wartella and N. Jennings Internet Literacy: Young people's negotiation of new online opportunities - G. Kress Dazzled by Disney? Ambiguity in ubiquity - S. Livingstone Selling the Digital Dream: Marketing educational technology to teachers and parents - J. Wasko and E.R. Meehan Part 15: New Media and Cultural Practices - D. Buckingham, M. Scanlon and J. Sefton-Green. Quentin Tarantino's Star Wars? Digital cinema, media convergence, and participatory culture Mobilizing the Imagination in Everyday Play: The case of Japanese media mixes - H. Jenkins