Sunday, December 31, 2006

new reviews in cyberculture studies (january 2007)

[via RCCS] a new set of book reviews for january 2007:
  1. From 9/11 to Terror War: The Dangers of the Bush Legacy
    Author: Douglas Kellner
    Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2003
    Review 1: Robert Tynes

  2. Media Access: Social and Psychological Dimensions of New Technology Use
    Editors: Erik Bucy & John Newhagen
    Publisher: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2004
    Review 1: Cheryl Brown
    Editors response: Erik Bucy & John Newhagen

  3. Media Debates: Great Issues for the Digital Age
    Editors: Everett E. Dennis & John C. Merrill
    Publisher: Thomson Wadsworth, 2006
    Review 1: Tim Dwyer

  4. No Safety in Numbers: How the Computer Quantified Everything and Made People Risk Aversive
    Author: Henry J. Perkinson
    Publisher: Hampton Press Inc, 1996
    Review 1: Robert Whitbred
coming very soon:
    Sean Cubitt, The Cinema Effect

    Christina Garsten & Helena Wulff, New Technologies at Work: People, Screens and Social Virtuality

    Andreas Kitzmann, Saved from Oblivion: Documenting the Daily from Diaries to Web Cams

    Lev Manovich & Andreas Kratky, Soft Cinema: Navigating the Database

    Bradley Quinn, Techno Fashion

    Richard Rogers, Information Politics on the Web

    T. L. Taylor, Play Between Worlds: Exploring Online Game Culture

    Joseph Turow & Andrea Kavanaugh, The Wired Homestead: A Sourcebook on the Internet and the Family
also coming very soon: a massive list of new and exciting books looking for reviewers. stay tuned.

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