Media in Action

The open access book series »Media in Action«, conceived by the DFG Collaborative Research Centre »Media of Cooperation«, examines the history and present of networked, data-intensive media and their social implications at the interdisciplinary interface of social and media studies. In the tradition of science and technology studies and actor-network theory, German and English monographs, edited volumes and dissertations of the series focus on practices, (co-)operations and procedures in the use, production and analysis of old and new media. A central challenge the series faces is the development of appropriate ethnographic, digital, sensor-based and design-oriented methods for a new conception of the description of distributed agency between people, computers, bodies and environments.

Funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) – Project number 262513311 – SFB 1187.
The open access book series »Media in Action«, conceived by the DFG Collaborative Research Centre »Media of Cooperation«, examines the history and present of networked, data-intensive media and... read more »
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Media in Action
The open access book series »Media in Action«, conceived by the DFG Collaborative Research Centre »Media of Cooperation«, examines the history and present of networked, data-intensive media and their social implications at the interdisciplinary interface of social and media studies. In the tradition of science and technology studies and actor-network theory, German and English monographs, edited volumes and dissertations of the series focus on practices, (co-)operations and procedures in the use, production and analysis of old and new media. A central challenge the series faces is the development of appropriate ethnographic, digital, sensor-based and design-oriented methods for a new conception of the description of distributed agency between people, computers, bodies and environments.

Funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG) – Project number 262513311 – SFB 1187.
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Interrogating Datafication

Towards a Praxeology of Data

Making sense of digital societies implies studying mundane data practices: how they originated, the forms they take, and how they shape the future.

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