“An engaging story of the meaning digital media have in societies. The writing is relatable, with diverse and comprehensive references to theories. Above all, this is a fun book on what a contemporary digital society looks like!”
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I regard the content as very up-to-date and useful for the discussion in class. Convincing examples are given.
Very accessible for students. provides a detailed exploration of digital media and key concepts, including networked individualism. Not juts good for media students, but for various social scientists.
In the early 21st century, the worlds of the digital and the social have become irreversibly intertwined: we are now truly living in a digital society. This is Simon Lindgren's starting point for his comprehensive new analysis of the contemporary media landscape. His book introduces the central theories through which to frame digital society - the hot topics that have come to dominate both scholarly and public debates and the key research methods used in the field. It features: