Technoculture - 
      Debra Benita Shaw


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«The strengths of the book are many... <i>Technoculture </i>is a valuable contribution to the literature in this field of growing significance. - Melbourn Journal of Politics - Timothy Marjoribanks [An] admirably comprehensive, easy-to-read and wide-ranging introduction to a critical and often neglected aspect of understanding technology. Importantly, it provides a serious challenge to technological determinism, a position whose assumptions remain pervasive -- even in critical media and cultural studies scholarship. - Media International Australia Incorporating Culture and Policy - Gerard Goggin, University of Queensland [Technoculture] shows how much crossover there is between the fields, presenting STS from an easily approachable perspective that maintains its depth, while tying key theories back to elements of popular culture and difficult social, ethical, and political issues. Highly recommended. - CHOICE»

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Also available in hardback, 9781845202972 GBP50.00 (July, 2008)
Forlag: Berg Publishers
Innbinding: Paperback
Språk: Engelsk
Sider: 218
ISBN: 9781845202989
Format: 23 x 16 cm

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Introduction: Technology and Social Realities1. Technoscience and Power 2. TechnoNature/Culture: 3. TechnoBodies 4. TechnoSpaces 5. TechnoAesthetics 6. TechnoLinguistics ConclusionGlossaryAnnotated Guide to Further ReadingNotesBibliography
Debra Benita Shaw is Senior Lecturer in the School of Social Sciences, Media and Cultural Studies at the University of East London and is author of Women, Science and Fiction: The Frankenstein Inheritance.