Frankenstein, Film, and the Anthropotechnical Interface
Hermeneutics, Actor-Network Theory & New Media
arising networks in all areas of society. This book brings together hermeneutics, actor-network theory and new media studies to create a vision for the global network society.
Interdisciplinary Perspectives on a Cultural Field
Open – Dissect – Rebuild
Visual Style, Narration and Identity in German Post-War Cinema
A New Materialistic Interpretation of a Key Concept of Cultural Studies
However, this book is no mere reconstruction of active audience theory as Huimin Jin develops new theoretical insights initially through a critical review of Stuart Hall's classical model of »encoding/decoding« and close readings of David Morley's groundbreaking ethnographic audience studies. Questioning the discourse model of the active audience proposed by Hall and Morley, Jin elaborates a new materialistic concept of audiences for the twenty-first century.
Participatory Spaces, Networks and Cultural Citizenship
Bodies, Screens, Renderings. With a Foreword by Lesley Stern
Medial Constructions of the Real