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Author: David J. Bell,Brian D Loader,Nicholas Pleace,Douglas Schuler
ISBN: 0415247535
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Pages 228 pages
Publisher Routledge; 1 edition (April 9, 2004)
Language English
Category: Politics
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eBook Cyberculture: The Key Concepts (Routledge Key Guides) download

by David J. Bell,Brian D Loader,Nicholas Pleace,Douglas Schuler


By David J. Bell, Brian D Loader, Nicholas Pleace, Douglas Schuler.

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The book is structured to provide an A-Z guide to the main terms and concepts associated with the new media, such as the Internet, digital TV, smart cards, CD-ROMS and other emerging information and communications technologies (ICTs). Entries range from short, mainly factual expositions, to longer pieces dealing with the histories and debates arising from a particular concept.

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Cyberculture: The Key Concepts. First Published 2004. eBook Published 31 July 2004. Pub. location London.

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London: Routledge, 2004. xiv, 211 p. ISBN 0-415-24754-3}, author {Elena Maceviciute}, journal {Inf. Re., year {2004}, volume {9} }. Elena Maceviciute.

The only A-Z guide available on this subject, this book provides a wide-ranging and up-to-date overview of the fast-changing and increasingly important world of cyberculture. Its clear and accessible entries cover aspects ranging from the technical to the theoretical, and from movies to the everyday, including:

artificial intelligence cyberfeminism cyberpunk electronic government games HTML Java netiquette piracy.

Fully cross-referenced and with suggestions for further reading, this comprehensive guide is an essential resource for anyone interested in this fascinating area.

Coiron
This 2004 book is basically a mini-encyclopedia of computer/cyberculture terms. The Introduction states, "This book is intended to be of use to a wide range of readers who are looking for an informative and accessible guide to the terminology, concepts and debates surrounding the rapid development of the Internet and the World Wide Web... The book is structured to provide an A-Z guide to the main terms and concepts associated with the new media, such as the Internet, digital TV, smart cards, CD-ROMS and other emerging information and communications technologies..."

The "good" thing about the book: Its definitions are often full-sized articles, and are very informative; they also refer you to related topics in the book.

The "bad" thing about the book: Although it was published in 2004, it really "feels" like it was published several years earlier; the Bibliography has comparatively few references after 2001, for example. So don't expect to see terms like "flash drive," "iPad," "4G," etc., defined herein.
sobolica
Research project related, but well documented and good read.