Monthly Archives: June 2013

The Social Life of Methods…a new special issue of Theory, Culture & Society

Theory, Culture & Society have just published a special issue on ‘The Social Life of Methods’. It has been edited by Evelyn Ruppert, John Law and Mike Savage. The issue covers a range of issues about the role of method … Continue reading

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Zombies in the Academy: Living Death in Higher Education

Zombies in the Academy: Living Death in Higher Education edited by Andrew Whelan, Ruth Walker and Christopher Moore has just been published by Intellect. Here is the publishers page. And the paperback is available at a reasonable price from the … Continue reading

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Popular Culture and New Media: The Politics of Circulation…has now been published

My new book Popular Culture and New Media: The Politics of Circulation has now been published. I’ve just received my copies in the post. The publishers site is here. Here is the blurb: Popular culture and new media are deeply … Continue reading

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A review of Twitter: Social Communication in the Twitter Age

Deborah Lupton has reviewed Dhiraj Murthy’s new book Twitter: Social Communication in the Twitter Age for Information, Communication & Society.

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Some reflections on being a book review editor

I’ve been the reviews editor for the journal Information, Communication & Society for a year or so. Things are going well with the journal. We get a very high number of article views and we are accessible through plenty of … Continue reading

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A review of Ubiquitous Photography

Ubiquitous Photography by Martin Hand, which is part of Polity’s digital media and society series, has been reviewed by Karen Cross for Information, Communication & Society. I’ve previously posted a link to some reflections in the same book from Gillian … Continue reading

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A review of Youth and Media

Ruth Penfold-Mounce has reviewed Andy Ruddock’s new book Youth and Media for Information, Communication & Society.

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