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New Media Futures

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Daniel Faltesek, Oregon State University

Daniel Adams, Oregon State University

Copyright Year: 2019

Publisher: Oregon State University

Language: English

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Reviewed by Young Lim, Associate Professor, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley on 12/4/22

This book covers comprehensive but a bit too broad topic in new media programs that covers critical/cultural studies, media management, diffusion of and synthetic or hybrid media production. Even though the book title "New Media Futures" simply... read more

Table of Contents

  • Section 1: Theorizing the Future
  • Section 2: Where Change is Unlikely
  • Section 3: Things That Are Likely to Change
  • Section 4: Methods
  • Section 5: Provocations

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About the Book

This book is intended for use in a large introductory class in new media in a program that covers the “full-stack” including critical/cultural studies, media management, diffusion of innovation, and synthetic media production. The first half of this basic sequence covered new media and democracy, finance, intellectual property law, basic games, and transmedia. The second half of the sequence covers many topics related to aesthetics, design, technology, and methodology.

To that end, this book needed to be written so that it would be helpful for many different professors and trajectories of study. This book is in neither engineering, social science, nor the humanities, but also all of those. At the same time, this is a program in the Communication Studies and Media Studies traditions of the United States and that texture will come across.

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Daniel Faltesek, Oregon State University


Daniel Adams, Oregon State University

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