Cell Phone Culture: Mobile Technology in Everyday Life

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Routledge, 14 sept. 2006 - 240 pages
Providing the first comprehensive, accessible, and international introduction to cell phone culture and theory, this book is and clear and sophisticated overview of mobile telecommunications, putting the technology in historical and technical context. Interdisciplinary in its conceptual framework, Cell Phone Culture draws on a wide range of nationa
 

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what do you mean cell phone culture?
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Part I Producing the cell phone
17
Part II Consuming the cell phone
63
Part III Representing and regulating the cell phone
105
Part IV Mobile convergences
141

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À propos de l'auteur (2006)

Dr Gerard Goggin is an ARC Australian Research Fellow in the Department of Media and Communications, University of Sydney. He has published widely on the Internet, mobiles, telecommunications, and new media. His books include Virtual Nation (2004), Disability in Australia (2005) and Digital Disability (2003), and the forthcoming collection Internationalising Internet Studies.

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