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Changing media landscapes: visual networking

Cinque, Toija 2015, Changing media landscapes: visual networking, Oxford University Press, South Melbourne, Vic..

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Title Changing media landscapes: visual networking
Author(s) Cinque, ToijaORCID iD for Cinque, Toija
Publication date 2015
Total pages 288
Publisher Oxford University Press
Place of Publication South Melbourne, Vic.
Keyword(s) visual networking
digital media
social media
game studies
screen media
Summary  Combines theory, key issues for debate and an exploration of legacy and digital media industries to provide a holistic approach to communication and media.Activities, study questions and further reading/weblinks at the end of each chapter to help students put theory into context and further their understanding of key concepts.It covers the latest trends emerging from the deregulation of many media industries and then outlines future scenarios for a globally competitive digital media environment.Explores the contemporary intersections between social media, legacy media and communications with other studies in history, statistics, privacy and surveillance, public policy, media law and economics. The nature of media forms and industries is changing rapidly and constantly. As such, Changing Media Landscapes explores the concept of visual networking to describe the ways multiple media devices are used now for a variety of tasks. Visual networking extends the ability to engage in human communication particularly in today's context where most of our daily activities and routines are carried out with the help of various forms of communication technologies. It explores the changing media landscape through contemporary and developing latest trends, issues and developments including multicasting, cloud computing, privacy and social networking. It combines theory, key issues for debate and an exploration of legacy and digital media industries to provide a holistic approach to communication and media.
ISBN 9780195525618
Language eng
Field of Research 200104 Media Studies
200212 Screen and Media Culture
Socio Economic Objective 950201 Communication Across Languages and Culture
HERDC Research category A1 Books - authored - research
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