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Title: The Media in the Network Society: Browsing, News, Filters and Citizenship
Authors: Cardoso, Gustavo
Castells, Manuel (Pról.)
Abranches, Ana
Urbano, Jorge
Keywords: Media
Network Society
Information Society
Cross Cultural Studies
Mass media -- Technological innovations
Société de l'information
Médias -- Aspect social
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Lisboa, Portugal : CIES – Centre for Research and Studies in Sociology, 2006.
Citation: Cardoso, G. (2006). The Media in the Network Society: Browsing, News, Filters and Citizenship [Adobe Digital Editions version]
Abstract: In the Network Society the development of a new communicational model has been taking shape. A communicational model characterized by the fusion of interpersonal communication and mass communication, connecting audiences and broadcasters under a hypertextual matrix linking several media devices. The Networked Communication model is the informational societies communication model. A model that must be understood also in its needed literacies for building our media diets, media matrixes and on how it’s changing the way autonomy is managed and citizenship exercised in the Information Age. In this book Gustavo Cardoso develops an analysis that, focusing on the last decade, takes us from Europe to North America and from South America to Asia, combining under the framework of the Network Society a broad range of scientific perspectives from Media Studies to Political Science and Social Movements theory to Sociology of Communication.
Description: 560 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Libro Electrónico
ISBN: 978-1-84753-792-8
Appears in Collections:300 Social sciences, sociology & anthropology

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