Monthly Archives: June 2013

A review of Jeffrey Alexander’s The dark side of modernity

Jeffrey Alexander’s new book The dark side of modernity has been reviewed by Sam Burgum for Information, Communication & Society. Advertisements

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A review of The Digital Rights Movement: the role of technology in subverting digital copyright

The Digital Rights Movement: the role of technology in subverting digital copyright by Hector Postigo has been reviewed by Steve Collins for Information, Communication & Society.

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A review of News on the internet: information and citizenship in the 21st century

News on the internet: information and citizenship in the 21st century by David Tewksbury and Jason Rittenberg has been reviewed by Yan Wu for Information, Communication & Society.

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A review of Žižek now: current perspectives in Žižek studies

Žižek now: Current Perspectives in Žižek studies edited by Jamil Khader and Molly Anne Rothenberg has been reviewed by Sam Burgum for Information, Communication & Society.

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Technologies of Inclusion

Hilde G. Corneliussen has reviewed Technologies of Inclusion: Gender in the Information Society by Knut H. Sørensen, Wendy Faulkner and Els Rommes for Information, Communication & Society.

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Is the use of social media becoming mainstream in sociology?

In a recent post on his blog, Mark Carrigan has asked if the use of social media is becoming mainstream in UK sociology. He suggests that he has seen a significant increase in sociologists using social media over the last … Continue reading

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Digital Scholarship Blog

Nick Pearce has an interesting blog on Digital Scholarship. It contains posts about the ways in which digital technologies are changing higher education practice. For example, here is a post about sociology and software that briefly discusses coding skills and … Continue reading

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