A Cultural Sociology of Digital Disruption
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- New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2013. XIV, 162 pp.
- About the Author
- About the Book
- This eBook can be cited
- Chapter 1. The Double Trap
- Beyond Technophilia and Technophobia
- Colonies of Enthusiasts
- Empowering Some While Disempowering Others
- Technopolitics: Towards a Continuous Re-theorization
- Chapter 2. In Search of Space
- Interference in the Orderly Sequence
- Opposing Machines
- Disruption as Heterodoxy
- Disruption as Rewiring
- Chapter 3. Shapes, Relations, Structures
- Beyond Triangulation
- A Qualitative Approach to Quantity
- Towards an Analysis of Practice
- Chapter 4. Hacktivist Mobilization
- The Hashtag as Settlement
- Discursive Aspects of Mobilization
- Social Aspects of Mobilization
- Semiotic Dynamics
- Chapter 5. Network Politics
- The Power of Directionality
- Oh Media! Where Are You?
- What Is a Revolution?
- Controlling the Flow
- Chapter 6. *.Sub Culture
- Setting the Subscene
- Coordination, Collaboration, Regulation
- The Damn Rules
- Rival Generosity
- Chapter 7. Holy Shit! It Works!!
- Affinity, Trolling, and Hating
- You’re Obviously Pretty . . .
- Knowledge through Connection
- Microcontent and Community Building
- Chapter 8. Plural Reactions
- YouTube Shootings: A Media Panic?
- Disrupting the Panic
- Chapter 9. The Subactivist Challenge
- Digital Piracy Cultures
- Dimensions of Pirate Praxis
- Catching the Third Wave?
- Chapter 10. A Cultural Sociology of Digital Disruption
- New Noise?
- A Manifesto for the Analysis of Digital Disruption
- Moving Equilibrium
- Rewind: Objective vs. Subjective Culture
- Fast Forward: Transgressing into Hybrid Space
- Works Cited
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
New noise: a cultural sociology of digital disruption / Simon Lindgren.
p. cm. — (Digital formations; vol. 88)
Includes bibliographical references and index.
1. Digital media. 2. Social networks. 3. Digital divide. I. Title.
HM851.L552 302.23’1—dc23 2012039909
ISBN 978-1-4331-1995-8 (hardcover)
ISBN 978-1-4331-1994-1 (paperback)
ISBN 978-1-4539-0948-5 (e-book)
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