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RECOMMENDED TEXTS Bakardjieva, M. (2005) Internet Society: The Internet in Everyday Life, Sage. Bird, E. (2003) The Audience in Everyday Life. New York: Routledge Gauntlett, D. & Hill, A. (1999) TV Living: Television, culture and everyday life. Routledge. Ginsburg, F.D., L. Abu-Lughod and B. Larkin (eds.). (2002) Media worlds: Anthropology on new terrain. Berkeley: University of California Press. Kraut, R, Brynin, M. and Kiesler, S. (2006) Computers, Phones and the Internet. Domesticating Information Technology, Oxford University Press, Oxford. MacKay, H. and Ivey, D. (2004) Modern Media in the Home: An Ethnographic Study, John Libby Publishing, Rome. Moores S. (1993) Interpreting Audiences: The Ethnography of Media Consumption. Sage. Moores, S. (2000) Media and Everyday Life in Modern Society. Edinburgh University Press. Nightingale, V. and K. Ross (eds.) (2003) Critical Readings: Media and Audiences. Maidenhead: Open University Press Silverstone R. (1994) Television and Everyday Life. Routledge. Silverstone, R. and Hirsch, E. (eds.) (1992) Consuming Technologies: Media and Information in Domestic Spaces, London: Routledge. Wellman, B. and C. A. Haythornthwaite (2002). The Internet in everyday life. Oxford, UK; Malden, MA, USA, Blackwell Pub. USEFUL JOURNALS Communications Critical Studies in Mass Communication Cultural Studies European Journal of Cultural Studies Information, Communication and Society International Journal of Communication Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media Journal of Communication
Journal of Consumer Culture Journal of Popular Culture Media, Culture and Society New Media and Society Personal and Ubiquitous Computing Social Semiotics Television & New Media The Information Society Web Journal of Telecommunication Research WEB RESOURCES BFI, Film & Media Studies resources http://www.bfi.org.uk/education/teaching/mediastudies.html BUBL Catalogue of Internet Resources http://bubl.ac.uk/link/m/mediastudies.htm Media Anthropology Network Bibliographies http://www.media-anthropology.net/bibliographies.htm Media & Cultural Studies Resources, North Central College http://stephen.macek.faculty.noctrl.edu/mediastudies.htm Media Studies.com http://www.mediastudies.com/ Theory.org.uk http://www.theory.org.uk/ Voice of the Shuttle – Media Studies http://vos.ucsb.edu/browse.asp?id=2720 FURTHER READING Abu-Lughod, L. (2005) Dramas of nationhood: the politics of television in Egypt. Chicago and London: The University of Chicago Press. Alasuutari, P. (1999) Rethinking the Media Audience. London: Sage. Allen, R.C. and A. Hill (2004) The Television Studies Reader. London: Routledge. Ang, I. (1991) Desperately seeking the audience. London: Routledge. Ang, I. (1996) Living room wars. London: Routledge. Ang, I. and J. Hermes (1991) "Gender and/in Media Consumption." In Mass Media and Society, eds. J. Curran and M. Gurevitch, 307-28. Askew, K. and R.R. Wilk (eds.) (2002) The anthropology of media. London: Blackwell.
Bakardjieva , M. (2003). Virtual Togetherness: An Everyday Life Perspective, Media, Culture & Society 25(3), pp. 291-313 Bakardjieva , M. and R. Smith, (2001). The Internet in Everyday Life: Computer Networking from the Standpoint of the Domestic User. New Media and Society, Vol. 3 (1): 67-83 Bausinger, H. (1984) 'Media, technology and daily life', Media, Culture and Society 6: 343-351. Berg, A-J (1994) The Domestication of Telematics in Everyday Life. Paper presented at Cost248 meeting, Lund, 13th-14th April Berg, A-J. (1997) ‘Karoline and the Cyborgs: The Naturalisation of a Technical Object’, in Frissen, V. (Ed.) Gender, ICTs and Everyday Life: Mutual Shaping Processes, COSTA4, Brussels, pp.7-35. Berker, T., Hartmann, M., Punie, Y. and Ward, K. (eds) (2006) Domestication of Media and Technologies, Open University Press, Maidenhead. Bird, S.E. (1992) 'Travels in Nowhere Land: Ethnography and the "Impossible Audience"', Critical Studies in Mass Communication, 9 (3): 250-260. Bovill, M. and Livingstone, S. (2001) ‘Bedroom Culture and the Privatization of Media Use’, in Livingstone, S. and Bovill, M. (eds) Children and their Changing Media Environment. A European Comparative Study, Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 179-200. Brooker, W. and D. Jermyn (2003) The audience studies reader. London: Routledge. Buckingham D. and R. Willett (Eds) (2006) Digital Generations: Children, Young People and New Media, Erlbaum Caron, A. (2000) New Communication Technologies in the Home: A Qualitative Study of the Introduction, Appropriation and Uses of Media in the Family, Young People and the Media, Sydney: International Forum of Researchers. Caron, A. (2008) ‘New Screens and Young People: Crossing Times and Boundaries. What Roles do they Play in their Everyday Life’, Observatorio, Vol 2, No 3, pp.53-68, available at http://obs.obercom.pt/index.php/obs/issue/view/12 Chiaro, M and Fortunati, L. (1999) ‘Nouvelles Technologies et Compétence des Usagers’, Réseaux, Vol.17, No.96. Couldry, N. (2004). Theorising media as practice. Social Semiotics 14 (2), 115-132. Cover, R. (2004) New media theory: electronic games, democracy and reconfiguring the author-audience relationship, Social Semiotics 14 (2), 173-191. Cover, R. (2006) Audience inter/active: Interactive media, narrative control and reconceiving audience. New Media Society; 8: 139-158 Cumberbatch, G. (1998). ‘Media Effects: the continuing controversy’ in A. Briggs and P. Cobley (eds) The Media: An Introduction. Harlow: Longman.
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