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The essays collected in this volume represent an attempt to apprehend and articulate the forms of power within the connected era. I came to this research from earlier work in the studies of communities and the sharing of media; by the middle 2000s it had become clear that not just the distribution of media but the distribution of power itself had begun to decisively shift. As I looked deeper, I began to understand that ‘hyperconnectivity’ created a platform for the vast transformations in culture appearing with both greater frequency and piquancy.
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  • By MarkusZ
    Jan 17, 2012
    Had to read this for a course on Cybersociety at Uni. The author tends to meander towards his points rather than spelling them out in a coherent and logical manner. Sometimes took a few reads to get the point. Occasional grammar and spelling errors.
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September 27, 2011
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