Digital Culture & Society (DCS)

Vol. 5, Issue 1/2019 - Inequalities and Divides in Digital Cultures
transcript Verlag
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erscheint ca. im Dezember 2019
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  • Softcover
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  • 212 Seiten
978-3-8376-4478-4 (ISBN)
Digital Culture & Society is a refereed, international journal, fostering discussion about the ways in which digital technologies, platforms and applications reconfigure daily lives and practices. It offers a forum for inquiries into digital media theory, methodologies, and socio-technological developments.
This issue presents empirical studies as well as theoretical and methodological reflections on inequalities and divides in digital cultures. From various (inter-)disciplinary perspectives, the authors examine three main themes - inequality of access, inequality by design and discursive divides, and inequality by algorithms - while suggesting ways for research to move beyond these.
  • Englisch
  • Bielefeld
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  • Deutschland
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
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  • US School Grade: College Graduate Student and over
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Dispersionsbindung, 29 SW-Abbildungen
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  • 376 gr
978-3-8376-4478-4 (9783837644784)
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Pablo Abend (PhD) is the scientific coordinator of the Research School »Locating Media« at the University of Siegen. He is interested in geomedia, situated methodologies, participatory culture, and Science and Technology Studies.
Annika Richterich (Dr.) is an assistant professor in Digital Culture at Maastricht University (Netherlands).
Mathias Fuchs (Dr.) is an artist, musician and media scholar. He is the director of the Gamification Lab at Leuphana University in Lüneburg. He is a pioneer in the field of game art and is a leading scholar in game studies and directs a project on Gamification that is funded by the German Research Council (2018-2021).
Ramón Reichert (Dr. phil.) works as a European project researcher at the University of Lancaster within the Erasmus+ program. He is the program director of the M.Sc. Data Studies at Danube University Krems, Austria. He is a lecturer at the Department of Communication and Media Research at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland, and a lecturer in Contextual Studies at the School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland.
Karin Wenz (Dr.) is an assistant professor of Media Culture at Maastricht University, Netherlands, and director of studies of the MA Media Culture.

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