Gerard Goggin, Larissa Hjorth Hjorth has published widely on mobile media in the Asia-Pacific region in journals such.
Gerard Goggin, Larissa Hjorth. His books include Mobile Phone Cultures (2008), Cell Phone Culture (2006), Virtual Nation: The Internet in Australia (2004), Digital Disability (2003). Larissa Hjorth is a lecturer and artist in the Games and Digital Art programs at RMIT University, Melbourne.
Mobile Technologies book.
Telecommunications and Politics: The Decentralized Alternative. ByDaviesAndrew · New York and London: Pinter Publishers, 1994. xi + 265 pp. Tables, figures, bibliography, and index.
His books include Mobile Phone Cultures (2008), Cell Phone Culture (2006), Virtual Nation: The Internet in Australia (2004), Digital Disability (2003).
A Discussion on Locating Mobile Media" Larissa Hjorth Part IV: Renewing Media Forms Chapter 13: "Back to. .On Intimacy and Insignificance in Mobile Media" Kate Crawford Chapter 20: "Mobility, Memory and Identity" Nicola Green.
A Discussion on Locating Mobile Media" Larissa Hjorth Part IV: Renewing Media Forms Chapter 13: "Back to the Future: The Past and Present of Mobile TV" Gabriele Balbi and Benedetta Prario Chapter 14: "Net Dérive: Conceiving and Producing a Locative Media Artwork" Atau Tanaka and Petra Gemeinboeck Chapter 15: "Mobile News in Chinese Newspaper Groups: A Case Study of Yunnan Daily Press Group".
Gerard GogginProfessor of Media and Communications, University of.Mobile technologies: From telecommunications to media. The Routledge companion to mobile media.
Mobile technologies: From telecommunications to media. Taylor & Francis, 2009.
New technologies and the media. Book, Online - Google Books. Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan. New technologies and the media, Gerard Goggin Palgrave Macmillan Basingstoke 2012. Find in other libraries.
Any scholar of New Media will want to read this book - James Katz, Department of Communication, Rutgers University, USA. With billions of users worldwide, the cell phone is not only a successful communications technology; it is also key to the future of media. Previous publications include Internationalizing Internet Studies (2009), Mobile Technologies: From Telecommunications to Media (with Larissa Hjorth, 2009), Mobile Phone Cultures (2008), Mobile Media (with Larissa Hjorth, 2007), Cell Phone Culture (2006) and Digital Disability (2003).
In Global Mobile Media, Goggin rethinks cell phones as a form of global media and argues that global mobile media could be a fertile garden for culture. Taking a cultural political economic approach, he offers a critical and multidimensional map of the corporate, institutional and economic dynamics that shape mobile media as well as its cultural uses, implications and challenges.
4 years ago4 years ago. Technology. MediaSport Podcast Series Pro Unlimited. Two leading international figures in mobile media and communications studies, Gerard Goggin and Larissa Hjorth, discuss the state of the field, Asian media cultures, mobile gaming and e-sports. Attention also turns to disability, the Paralympics and Oscar Pistorius. asianmedia mobilegaming disabilitymedia esports paralympics.
In light of emerging forms of software, interfaces, cultures of uses, and media practices associated with mobile media, this collection investigates the various ways in which mobile media is developing in different cultural, linguistic, social, and national settings.Specifically, contributors consider the promises and politics of mobile media and its role in the dynamic social and gender relations configured in the boundaries between public and private spheres. The collection isgenuinely interdisciplinary, as well as international in its range, with contributors and studies from China, Japan, Korea, Italy, Norway, France, Belgium, Britain, and Australia.