Digital Methods | Richard Rogers

1 maart 2016

Digital Methods introduces a new vision for media research by proposing to repurpose Web-native techniques for scholarly inquiry into cultural change and societal conditions.

Rogers uses this outlook to examine the strength of dissident voice in the censored Iranian blogosphere, politics of memory surrounding the Srebrenica massacre in the Dutch, Serbian and Bosnian Wikipedia’s and culture wars through the tastes of presidential candidates’ social media friends. In awarding Digital Methods the 2014 Outstanding Book of the Year, the International Communication Association (ICA) called it a “groundbreaking book which manages to combine theory and method in a way that is rarely done so well.”

Digital Methods

  • Richard Rogers
  • Cambridge: The MIT Press 2013
  • ISBN 978 02 6201 883 8 

 

Gepubliceerd door  Faculteit der Geesteswetenschappen