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Series: Digital Formations

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Gender & Community in the Social Construction of the Internet (Digital Formations, Vol. 1) by Leslie Regan Shade1
Thinking Geometrically: Re-Visioning Space for a Multimodal World (Digital Formations) by John T. Waisanen2
Virtual Morality: Morals, Ethics and New Media (Counterpoints) by Mark J. P. Wolf3
Camgirls: Celebrity and Community in the Age of Social Networks (Digital Formations) by Theresa M. Senft4
The Hypercomplex Society (Digital Formations, V. 5) by Lars Qvortrup5
Digital Borderlands: Cultural Studies of Identity and Interactivity on the Internet (Digital Formations, Vol. 6) by Johan Fornäs6
Online Social Research: Methods, Issues, & Ethics (Digital Formations, V. 7) by Shing-Ling Chen7
Women & Everyday Uses of the Internet: Agency & Identity (Digital Formations, V. 8.) by Mia Consalvo8
Academy and the Internet (Digital Formations, Vol. 12) by Helen Fay Nissenbaum12
Advertising and Societies by Katherine Toland Frith14
Cyberspaces Of Their Own: Female Fandoms Online (Digital Formations, V. 25) by Rhiannon Bury25
Queer Online: Media Technology and Sexuality (Digital Formations) by Kate O'Riordan40
Remote Relationships in a Small World (Digital Formations) by Samantha Holland41
Displacing Place: Mobile Communication in the Twenty-First Century (Digital Formations) by Sharon Kleinman42
The Internet in the Arab World (Digital Formations) by Rasha A. Abdulla43
Digital Contagions: A Media Archaeology of Computer Viruses (Digital Formations) by Jussi Parikka44
Blogs, Wikipedia, Second Life, and Beyond: From Production to Produsage (Digital Formations) by Axel Bruns45
Making Online News: The Ethnography of New Media Production (Digital Formations) by Chris Paterson49
Web History (Digital Formations) by Niels Brügger56
Digital Cityscapes: Merging Digital and Urban Playspaces (Digital Formations) by Adriana de Souza e Silva57
Digital Fandom (Digital Formations) by Paul Booth68
The long history of new media : technology, historiography, and contextualizing newness by Steve Jones76
Social Media and Music (Digital Formations) by H. Cecilia Suhr77
Digital Religion, Social Media and Culture: Perspectives, Practices and Futures (Digital Formations) by Pauline Hope Cheong78
The decline of the daily newspaper : how an American institution lost the online revolution by Keith L. Herndon83

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Series description

Digital Formations is the best source for critical, well-written books about digital technologies and modern life. Books in the series break new ground by emphasizing multiple methodological and theoretical approaches to deeply probe the formation and reformation of lived experience as it is refracted through digital interaction. Each volume in Digital Formations pushes forward our understanding of the intersections, and corresponding implications, between digital technologies and everyday life. The series examines broad issues in realms such as digital culture, electronic commerce, law, politics and governance, gender, the Internet, race, art, health and medicine, and education. The series emphasizes critical studies in the context of emergent and existing digital technologies.

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