The Ubiquitous Internet : User and Industry Perspectives.

By: Bechmann, AnjaContributor(s): Lomborg, StineMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandRoutledge Studies in New Media and Cyberculture: Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2014Copyright date: ©2015Description: 1 online resource (191 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781317931409Subject(s): Information technology -- Social aspects | Internet -- Social aspects | Internet industry | Ubiquitous computing -- Social aspectsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Ubiquitous Internet : User and Industry PerspectivesDDC classification: 302.231 LOC classification: HM851 -- .U257 2015Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: The Ubiquitous Internet: Introduction and Conceptualization -- PART I Users and Usage Patterns -- 1 Next Generation Users: Changing Access to the Internet -- 2 The Internet in My Pocket -- 3 Managing the Interoperable Self -- 4 The Dynamics of Real-Time Contentious Politics: How Ubiquitous Internet Shapes and Transforms Popular Protest in China -- PART II Commercialization, Standards, and Politics -- 5 Histories of Ubiquitous Web Standardization -- 6 Mobile Internet: The Politics of Code and Networks -- 7 Predictive Algorithms and Personalization Services on Social Network Sites: Implications for Users and Society -- 8 The Digital Transformation of Physical Retailing: Sellers, Customers, and the Ubiquitous Internet -- Conclusion -- Contributors -- Index.
Summary: This book presents state of the art theoretical and empirical research on the ubiquitous internet: its everyday users and its economic stakeholders. The book offers a 360-degree media analysis of the contemporary terrain of the internet by examining both user and industry perspectives and their relation to one another. Contributors consider user practices in terms of internet at your fingertips-the abundance, free flow, and interconnectivity of data. They then consider industry's use of user data and standards in commodification and value-creation.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Figures and Tables -- Acknowledgements -- Introduction: The Ubiquitous Internet: Introduction and Conceptualization -- PART I Users and Usage Patterns -- 1 Next Generation Users: Changing Access to the Internet -- 2 The Internet in My Pocket -- 3 Managing the Interoperable Self -- 4 The Dynamics of Real-Time Contentious Politics: How Ubiquitous Internet Shapes and Transforms Popular Protest in China -- PART II Commercialization, Standards, and Politics -- 5 Histories of Ubiquitous Web Standardization -- 6 Mobile Internet: The Politics of Code and Networks -- 7 Predictive Algorithms and Personalization Services on Social Network Sites: Implications for Users and Society -- 8 The Digital Transformation of Physical Retailing: Sellers, Customers, and the Ubiquitous Internet -- Conclusion -- Contributors -- Index.

This book presents state of the art theoretical and empirical research on the ubiquitous internet: its everyday users and its economic stakeholders. The book offers a 360-degree media analysis of the contemporary terrain of the internet by examining both user and industry perspectives and their relation to one another. Contributors consider user practices in terms of internet at your fingertips-the abundance, free flow, and interconnectivity of data. They then consider industry's use of user data and standards in commodification and value-creation.

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Anja Bechmann is Associate Professor, Head of Digital Footprints Research Group at Aarhus University and board member of the National Council for Digital Security in Denmark. She is the initiator and co-developer of the Digital Footprints software and has published extensively on cross-media, internet economy, privacy regulation and social media.

Stine Lomborg is Associate Professor of Communication and IT at the University of Copenhagen in Denmark. She has published extensively on user studies, focusing on the role of social media in everyday life. She is the author of Social Media - Social Genres: Making Sense of the Ordinary (with Routledge).

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