Reading for NewCommMedia

Here is a list of the essential reading for NewCommMedia.

READING

1.  New Media, Old Media ReadingChaffee, Steven H., and Metzger, Miriam. (2001) “The End of Mass Communication?” Mass Communication & Society.

Available online:  http:// http://www.udel.edu/communication/COMM418/cai/extra/chaffee.pdf

Pages 365 – 372

Flew, T. (2008), ‘Introduction to new media’, in New Media. An Introduction, third edition, Oxford University Press: South Melbourne, pp.1-20.

 

2. ConvergenceReading:Pavlik, John, and Shawn McIntosh. (2005) “Convergence and Its Consequences.” Living in the Information Age: A New Media  Reader. Ed. Erick P. Bucy. 2 ed. Belmont CA: Wadsworth, 67-73.

Remediation. Bolter, J and Grusin, R.

http://muse.jhu.edu.ezproxy.lib.monash.edu.au/journals/configurations/v004/4.3bolter.html

 

3. History of Networks and the InternetCastells, Manuel. (2010)  Globalisation, networking, urbanisation: reflections on the spatial dynamics of the information age.  Urban Studies, Nov 15, 2010, Vol.47(13), p.2737(9)

http://usj.sagepub.com.ezproxy.lib.monash.edu.au/content/47/13/2737.full.pdf+html

Castells, M. (2000) Materials for an exploratory theory of the network society.

Evens, A. (2009) ‘Dreams of a New Medium’ Fibreculture 14.

http://fourteen.fibreculturejournal.org/fcj-092-dreams-of-a-new-medium/

 

4.  Film In The Digital Age Reading:Anderson, Chris. (2004) “The Long Tail.” Wired Magazine, pp. 1 – 5.

www.wired.com/wired/archive/12.10/tail.html

5.  TelevisionReading:Lowry, B. TV Viewers turn on, tune out. Variety 5 Sept. 2011.
Academic OneFile.

Michael Kackman Marnie Binfield; Matthew Thomas Payne; Allison Perlman; Bryan Sebok, 2010, Flow TV Television in the Age of Media Convergence. Online Library Access.

http://www.abc.net.au/news/video/2011/04/04/3182048.htm

http://terryflew.com/2011/04/the-future-of-journalism.html

 

6. Copyrights and wrongs

Reading

Fitzgerald, B. 2008. Copyright 2010: the future of copyright. European Intellectual Property Review, April 2008. Accessed at: <http://www.cci.edu.au/publications/copyright-2010-future-copyright>

Wilson, J. 2009. The Digital Deadlock. AFTRS. Accessed at <http://csb.aftrs.edu.au/index.cfm?objectid=5EAF1C8A-145E-3FE8-82A9CDC695ABCEE5&gt;

 

 

7. Social Media

Reading:

Boyd, D. (2011) ‘Dear Voyeur, meet Flaneur… Sincerely, Social Media’. Surveillance & Society (8)4:505-507. http://www.surveillance-and-society.org/ojs/index.php/journal/article/view/privacy_response3/privacy_response3

8.  The Digital Divide/Digital Literacy Reading:Miles, A. (2007) ‘Network Literacy: New Paths to Knowledge’ Screen Education, Autumn 45: 24-30.

http://vogmae.net.au/research/thinking/Network-Literacy-The-New-Path-To-Knowledge/

 

9. Networked Media, or Where did the Audience Go?  Reading:Jenkins, Henry (2002). “Interactive Audiences?: The ‘Collective Intelligence’ of Media Fans.” The New Media Book. Ed. Dan Harries. London: British Film Institute, 157-170
10.  Mobile platforms/The Second Screen
Belam, Martin. 2012. The second screen experience: mobiles, tablets and TVs.http://www.guardian.co.uk/media-network/media-network-blog/2012/sep/10/second-screen-experience-mobile-tablet-tv
11.  Search

van Dijck, Jose. 2010. Search engines and the production of academic knowledge. International Journal of Cultural Studies.

http://ics.sagepub.com.ezproxy.lib.monash.edu.au/content/13/6/574.full.pdf+html

12.  Where Next?Wilkens, R. (2005) ‘From Stabilitas Loci to Mobilitas Loci: Networked Mobility and the Transformation of Place.’ Fibreculture 6.

http://six.fibreculturejournal.org/fcj-036-from-stabilitas-loci-to-mobilitas-loci-networked-mobility-and-the-transformation-of-place/

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