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Mobile Media and the Change of Everyday Life

Edited By Joachim Höflich, Georg F. Kircher, Christine Linke and Isabel Schlote

This volume is dedicated to the subject of mobile communication and the transition in everyday life. Mobile media have become a part of the media ensemble and lead to specific media communication practices. Researching the integration of mobile media to everyday life allows a further analysis of the process of mediatization. The collected essays of this volume trace back to an international conference «(Mobile) Media and the Change of Everyday Life» at the University of Erfurt. The contributions investigate various aspects of the vibrant field of mobile communication.
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Matthias Berg studied cultural studies, musicology and economics with an emphasis on popular culture as well as media and communication research. He is a member of the Institute of Media, Communication, and Information (IMKI) at the University of Bremen, Germany. Currently Matthias Berg is working on his PhD-project which focuses on the interrelations of (labour)mobility, mediated digital communication, interpersonal relations, and social communication networks.

Leopoldina Fortunati studied literature, philosophy and social science. She then worked at the University of Padua, Venice, Trieste and Udine. She is professor of Sociology of Communication with a focus on new media at the University of Udine. Her research interests include gender studies, cultural processes such as fashion, and the role and the social use of communication and information technologies, in particular fixed and mobile phone as well as internet.

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