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  1. Popular Culture in a Globalised India

    Edited by K. Moti Gokulsing, Wimal Dissanayake

    As India celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of its independence, much praise was lavished on its emergence as a major player on the global stage. Its economic transformation and geopolitical significance as a nuclear power are matched by its globally resonant cultural resources. This book...

    Published December 17th 2008 by Routledge

  2. The Video Game Theory Reader 2

    Edited by Bernard Perron, Mark J.P. Wolf

    The Video Game Theory Reader 2 picks up where the first Video Game Theory Reader (Routledge, 2003) left off, with a group of leading scholars turning their attention to next-generation platforms-the Nintendo Wii, the PlayStation 3, the Xbox 360-and to new issues in the rapidly expanding field of...

    Published November 12th 2008 by Routledge

  3. On the Internet

    2nd Edition

    By Hubert L. Dreyfus

    Series: Thinking in Action

    Can the internet solve the problem of mass education, and bring human beings to a new level of community? Drawing on a diverse array of thinkers from Plato to Kierkegaard, On the Internet argues that there is much in common between the disembodied, free floating web and Descartes' separation of...

    Published October 31st 2008 by Routledge

  4. Truth, Lies and Trust on the Internet

    By Monica T. Whitty, Adam Joinson

    The Internet is often presented as an unsafe or untrustworthy space: where children are preyed upon by paedophiles, cannibals seek out victims, offline relationships are torn apart by online affairs and where individuals are addicted to gambling, love, and cybersex. While many of these stories...

    Published August 27th 2008 by Routledge

  5. Playing with Videogames

    By James Newman

    Playing with Videogames documents the richly productive, playful and social cultures of videogaming that support, surround and sustain this most important of digital media forms and yet which remain largely invisible within existing studies. James Newman details the rich array of activities...

    Published June 26th 2008 by Routledge

  6. The Meaning of Video Games

    Gaming and Textual Strategies

    By Steven E. Jones

    The Meaning of Video Games takes a textual studies approach to an increasingly important form of expression in today’s culture. It begins by assuming that video games are meaningful–not just as sociological or economic or cultural evidence, but in their own right, as cultural expressions worthy of...

    Published February 19th 2008 by Routledge

  7. The Cybercultures Reader

    2nd Edition

    Edited by Barbara M. Kennedy, David Bell

    This updated and thoroughly revised second edition of the best-selling The Cybercultures Reader, includes specially selected contemporary articles by key thinkers in the expanding field of cybercultures studies. With general and thematic section introductions, a full bibliography and user guide,...

    Published November 8th 2007 by Routledge

  8. Cyberculture Theorists

    Manuel Castells and Donna Haraway

    By David Bell

    Series: Routledge Critical Thinkers

    This book surveys a ‘cluster’ of works that seek to explore the cultures of cyberspace, the Internet and the information society. It introduces key ideas, and includes detailed discussion of the work of two key thinkers in this area, Manuel Castells and Donna Haraway, as well as outlining the...

    Published December 13th 2006 by Routledge

  9. Cell Phone Culture

    Mobile Technology in Everyday Life

    By Gerard Goggin

    Providing the first comprehensive, accessible, and international introduction to cell phone culture and theory, this book is and clear and sophisticated overview of mobile telecommunications, putting the technology in historical and technical context. Interdisciplinary in its conceptual framework,...

    Published August 24th 2006 by Routledge

  10. Virtually Criminal

    Crime, Deviance and Regulation Online

    By Matthew Williams

    Amidst the sensationalist claims about the dangers of the Internet, Virtually Criminal provides an empirically grounded criminological analysis of deviance and regulation within an online community. It integrates theory and empiricism to forge an explanation of cybercrime whilst offering new...

    Published June 8th 2006 by Routledge