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Martin, Shannon E.: Social Media and Participat...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 22.08.2014, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Social Media and Participatory Democracy, Titelzusatz: Public Notice and the World Wide Web, Autor: Martin, Shannon E., Verlag: Lang, Peter // Peter Lang Publishing Inc. New York, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Amerika // Erdteil // Kommunikationswissenschaft // Rechtsvergleich // Verfassungsrecht // Rechtsvergleichung // Amerikanische Geschichte // Geschichte allgemein und Weltgeschichte // Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika // USA // Bibliotheks // und Informationswissenschaften // Museumskunde, Rubrik: Medienwissenschaften // Sonstiges, Seiten: 158, Abbildungen: illustrations, Gewicht: 249 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Social Media and Participatory Democracy
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Social Media and Participatory Democracy ab 33.95 € als Taschenbuch: Public Notice and the World Wide Web. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Medienwissenschaft,

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Social Media and Participatory Democracy
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Social Media and Participatory Democracy ab 131.1 € als gebundene Ausgabe: Public Notice and the World Wide Web. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Medienwissenschaft,

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Social Media and Participatory Democracy
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Social Media and Participatory Democracy ab 39.49 € als epub eBook: Public Notice and the World Wide Web. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Fachthemen & Wissenschaft, Sozialwissenschaften,

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Digital Literacy
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The Internet, World Wide Web, and digital devices have fundamentally changed the way people communicate, affecting everything from business, to school, to family, to religion, to democracy. This textbook takes a well-rounded view of the evolution from media literacy to digital literacy to help students better understand the digitally filtered world in which they live.The text explores digital literacy through three lenses:- Historical: reviews snapshots of time and space to delineate how things were in order to lend context to how they are;- Cultural: explores how values and ideals are constructed and conveyed within a given cultural context - how humans absorb and share the informal rules and norms that make up a society;- Critical: illuminates how social changes - particularly rapid ones - can put certain people at a disadvantage.All three angles are helpful for better understanding the myriad ways in which our identities and relationships are being altered by technology, and what it means to be a citizen in a society that has become individualized and is in constant flux.Written in a conversational and approachable style, the text is easy to navigate, with short chapters, short paragraphs, and bullet points. Comics and images illustrate complex topics and add visual interest.The text is ideal for media literacy, digital information literacy, and technology courses that seek to integrate human impact into the mix. It is also a good starting point for anyone wanting to know more about the impact of communication technologies on our lives.

Anbieter: buecher
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Digital Literacy
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The Internet, World Wide Web, and digital devices have fundamentally changed the way people communicate, affecting everything from business, to school, to family, to religion, to democracy. This textbook takes a well-rounded view of the evolution from media literacy to digital literacy to help students better understand the digitally filtered world in which they live.The text explores digital literacy through three lenses:- Historical: reviews snapshots of time and space to delineate how things were in order to lend context to how they are;- Cultural: explores how values and ideals are constructed and conveyed within a given cultural context - how humans absorb and share the informal rules and norms that make up a society;- Critical: illuminates how social changes - particularly rapid ones - can put certain people at a disadvantage.All three angles are helpful for better understanding the myriad ways in which our identities and relationships are being altered by technology, and what it means to be a citizen in a society that has become individualized and is in constant flux.Written in a conversational and approachable style, the text is easy to navigate, with short chapters, short paragraphs, and bullet points. Comics and images illustrate complex topics and add visual interest.The text is ideal for media literacy, digital information literacy, and technology courses that seek to integrate human impact into the mix. It is also a good starting point for anyone wanting to know more about the impact of communication technologies on our lives.

Anbieter: buecher
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Bombarded (eBook, ePUB)
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"Trying to shield yourself from disinformation and deep fakes? Cyrus Krohn offers a 'five-step program' to fight back. This book rings true."-Jill Dougherty, Former CNN Moscow Bureau ChiefImagine an imminent America where citizens are bombarded with personalized political messages from every smart device - yet information is so suspect, nobody can tell what the truth is. It means oceans of disinformation engineered to sow false beliefs or simply disorient. The coronavirus pandemic provided a foretaste of an infuriating, dystopian future. From the start Americans fought over the most basic facts of the crisis, from death tolls to quack cures to the wisdom of stay-at-home orders. The splintered digital infosphere bred confusion and delusion, some of it fatal. Now think of our campaigns and elections. The digital information age means more than hyper-targeted, just-for-you messages from insurance companies and presidential candidates alike. Big Data is on the way to fueling information environments so fine-tuned, no two of us hold the same view of reality, and no two voters hear the same pitch. Already, citizens don't know who to trust or what to believe - about COVID-19 or anything else. If we ask nothing more of tech providers or digital citizens, the fog will continue to thicken. Irritation will merge into despair and then numbness... and democracy teeters.Digital pioneer Cyrus Krohn knows the territory, and in Bombarded: How to Fight Back Against the Online Assault on Democracy, Krohn locates the roots of our blooming political chaos in the earliest days of the World Wide Web. But he goes beyond recounting 25 years of destabilizing Internet shock waves and his own role in building digital culture. Krohn rolls out a provocative action plan for rescuing the American system of campaigns and elections while there is still time.

Anbieter: buecher
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Bombarded (eBook, ePUB)
5,99 € *
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"Trying to shield yourself from disinformation and deep fakes? Cyrus Krohn offers a 'five-step program' to fight back. This book rings true."-Jill Dougherty, Former CNN Moscow Bureau ChiefImagine an imminent America where citizens are bombarded with personalized political messages from every smart device - yet information is so suspect, nobody can tell what the truth is. It means oceans of disinformation engineered to sow false beliefs or simply disorient. The coronavirus pandemic provided a foretaste of an infuriating, dystopian future. From the start Americans fought over the most basic facts of the crisis, from death tolls to quack cures to the wisdom of stay-at-home orders. The splintered digital infosphere bred confusion and delusion, some of it fatal. Now think of our campaigns and elections. The digital information age means more than hyper-targeted, just-for-you messages from insurance companies and presidential candidates alike. Big Data is on the way to fueling information environments so fine-tuned, no two of us hold the same view of reality, and no two voters hear the same pitch. Already, citizens don't know who to trust or what to believe - about COVID-19 or anything else. If we ask nothing more of tech providers or digital citizens, the fog will continue to thicken. Irritation will merge into despair and then numbness... and democracy teeters.Digital pioneer Cyrus Krohn knows the territory, and in Bombarded: How to Fight Back Against the Online Assault on Democracy, Krohn locates the roots of our blooming political chaos in the earliest days of the World Wide Web. But he goes beyond recounting 25 years of destabilizing Internet shock waves and his own role in building digital culture. Krohn rolls out a provocative action plan for rescuing the American system of campaigns and elections while there is still time.

Anbieter: buecher
Stand: 25.09.2020
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Social Media and Participatory Democracy
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Social Media and Participatory Democracy ab 35.2 EURO Public Notice and the World Wide Web

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Stand: 25.09.2020
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