Communication and Information Technologies Annual : [New] Media Cultures

By: Robinson, LauraContributor(s): Schulz, Jeremy | Cotten, Shelia R | Hale, Timothy | Williams, Apryl | Hightower, Joy LMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandStudies in Media and Communications: Publisher: Bradford, West Yorkshire : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016Description: 1 online resource (311 p.)ISBN: 9781785607844Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Communication and Information Technologies Annual : [New] Media CulturesDDC classification: 302.231 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Communication and Information Technologies Annual -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Editorial Board -- List of Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Volume 11 -- Section I: Communicative Cultures -- Section II: Media, Culture, and Identity -- Section III: Digital Public Cultures -- Section IV: Methods for Studying Media and Culture -- Section I. Communicative Cultures -- On Violating One's Own Privacy: N-adic Utterances and Inadvertent Disclosures in Online Venues -- Introduction -- Blog Interaction, Multiple Audiences, and Language
How a Shared Indexical Ground Is Signaled Using Deictics -- Data and Methods -- How Awareness of Audiences Shifts Online Disclosures -- Orienting toward an Uncertain Audience -- Orienting toward the Chorus -- Orienting toward Influential Outsiders -- Adjustments to the Content of the Posts and the Technical Interface -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Couples' Use of Technology in Maintaining Relationships -- Introduction -- Previous Research -- Personal Relationships and Technology -- Relationship Maintenance in the Digital Age -- Data and Methods -- Findings
Patterns of Communication -- Technology Use in Relationship Maintenance -- Positivity -- Understanding -- Relationship Talk and Self-Disclosure -- Assurances -- Sharing Tasks -- Social Networks -- Communication Coordination -- Explaining Patterns of Maintenance Behaviors -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix -- Interview Methodology -- Section II. Media, Culture, and Identity -- Spectacles of Self(ie) Empowerment? Networked Individualism and the Logic of the (Post)Feminist Selfie -- Introduction -- The Medium and Its (Mixed) Messages
Ideological Underpinnings: (Networked) Individualism and Post-Feminism -- The Empowered Post-Feminist Selfie? -- Case study: The "Perfect" Body? False Representations Yield Revealing Realizations -- Case Study: #Freethenipple, Sex Positivity, and Dress Code Sexism -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- You've Been Catfished: An Analysis of Postemotionalism in "Reality" Television and Audience Response on Twitter -- Introduction -- "Catfish: The TV Show" -- Postemotional Society and Reality Television in the Digital Age -- Identity Management in the Digital Age: The Case of Catfish -- Method
Step 1 -- Step 2 -- Case Study|Catfish the TV Show: Season 2, episode 7 -- Audience Response on Twitter -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- References -- Cultures of Experimentation: Role-Playing Games and Sexual Identity -- Introduction -- Background -- Sexualities in Video Games -- Case Study: Dragon Age -- Masculinities -- Methodology -- Ethical Considerations -- Findings -- To Role-Play or Not to Role-Play, That Is the Question -- The 'Disinhibition Effect' and the 'Proteus Effect' -- Inclusivity -- Comfort with LGBT Content -- Conclusion -- References -- Appendix
Section III. Digital Public Cultures
Summary: This volume examines wide-ranging aspects of culture, communication, and [new] media broadly defined. Themes include the interplay between [new] media and any of the following: culture, communication, technology, convergence, the arts, cultural production, and cultural change in the digital age.
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Front Cover -- Communication and Information Technologies Annual -- Copyright page -- Contents -- Editorial Board -- List of Contributors -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction: Volume 11 -- Section I: Communicative Cultures -- Section II: Media, Culture, and Identity -- Section III: Digital Public Cultures -- Section IV: Methods for Studying Media and Culture -- Section I. Communicative Cultures -- On Violating One's Own Privacy: N-adic Utterances and Inadvertent Disclosures in Online Venues -- Introduction -- Blog Interaction, Multiple Audiences, and Language

How a Shared Indexical Ground Is Signaled Using Deictics -- Data and Methods -- How Awareness of Audiences Shifts Online Disclosures -- Orienting toward an Uncertain Audience -- Orienting toward the Chorus -- Orienting toward Influential Outsiders -- Adjustments to the Content of the Posts and the Technical Interface -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Couples' Use of Technology in Maintaining Relationships -- Introduction -- Previous Research -- Personal Relationships and Technology -- Relationship Maintenance in the Digital Age -- Data and Methods -- Findings

Patterns of Communication -- Technology Use in Relationship Maintenance -- Positivity -- Understanding -- Relationship Talk and Self-Disclosure -- Assurances -- Sharing Tasks -- Social Networks -- Communication Coordination -- Explaining Patterns of Maintenance Behaviors -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- Notes -- Acknowledgments -- References -- Appendix -- Interview Methodology -- Section II. Media, Culture, and Identity -- Spectacles of Self(ie) Empowerment? Networked Individualism and the Logic of the (Post)Feminist Selfie -- Introduction -- The Medium and Its (Mixed) Messages

Ideological Underpinnings: (Networked) Individualism and Post-Feminism -- The Empowered Post-Feminist Selfie? -- Case study: The "Perfect" Body? False Representations Yield Revealing Realizations -- Case Study: #Freethenipple, Sex Positivity, and Dress Code Sexism -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- You've Been Catfished: An Analysis of Postemotionalism in "Reality" Television and Audience Response on Twitter -- Introduction -- "Catfish: The TV Show" -- Postemotional Society and Reality Television in the Digital Age -- Identity Management in the Digital Age: The Case of Catfish -- Method

Step 1 -- Step 2 -- Case Study|Catfish the TV Show: Season 2, episode 7 -- Audience Response on Twitter -- Discussion -- Conclusion -- References -- Cultures of Experimentation: Role-Playing Games and Sexual Identity -- Introduction -- Background -- Sexualities in Video Games -- Case Study: Dragon Age -- Masculinities -- Methodology -- Ethical Considerations -- Findings -- To Role-Play or Not to Role-Play, That Is the Question -- The 'Disinhibition Effect' and the 'Proteus Effect' -- Inclusivity -- Comfort with LGBT Content -- Conclusion -- References -- Appendix

Section III. Digital Public Cultures

This volume examines wide-ranging aspects of culture, communication, and [new] media broadly defined. Themes include the interplay between [new] media and any of the following: culture, communication, technology, convergence, the arts, cultural production, and cultural change in the digital age.

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Edited by Laura Robinson, Department of Sociology, Santa Clara UniversityJeremy Schulz, Institute for the Study of Societal Issues, University of California, BerkeleyShelia R. Cotton, Department of Media and Information, Michigan State UniversityTimothy M. Hale, Partners Center for Connected Health, Harvard Medical SchoolApryl A. Williams, Department of Sociology, Texas A&M UniversityJoy L. Hightower, Department of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley

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