Self-representations in New Media
Edited By Knut Lundby
Notes on contributors
Contributors David Brake Ph.D. student at the London School of Economics and Political Science, Uni- versity of London, UK, working on a thesis about personal webloggers. He wrote a chapter in Personlige medier (Lüders et al., 2007) and has contributed to Harm and Oﬀ ence in Media Content (Livingstone & Hargrave, 2006). [http:// davidbrake.org, email: firstname.lastname@example.org] Tone Bratteteig Associate Professor and Deputy Chair, Department of Informatics, University of Oslo, Norway. She holds a doctoral degree in interdisciplinary informatics, and her research concerns the interplay between technical artefacts and human activities, at various techno-socio-cultural levels. She is a co-editor of Explor- ing Digital Design (2008), a multidisciplinary approach to research on design of digital artefacts and systems. [email: tone@iﬁ .uio.no] Lundby et al.indd Sec1:301 7/30/08 10:05:03 PM 302 Digital Storytelling, Mediatized Stories Nick Couldry Professor of Media and Communications at Goldsmiths College, University of London, UK. He is the author or editor of 7 books, including most recently Listening Beyond the Echoes: Media, Ethics and Agency in an Uncertain World (2006) and (with Sonia Livingstone and Tim Markham) Media Consumption and Public Engagement: Beyond the Presumption of Attention (2007). [email: email@example.com] Kirsten Drotner Professor of Media Studies, University of Southern Denmark, and founding director of DREAM (Danish Centre on Education and Advanced Media Ma- terials). Recent co-authorship includes Researching Audiences (2003) and Th e International Handbook on Children, Media and Culture (2008). [email: drot- firstname.lastname@example.org] Ola Erstad Professor and Head of Research at...
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