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Consuming technologies: media and information in domestic spaces

Consuming technologies: media and information in domestic spaces,R Silverstone,E. Hirsch

Consuming technologies: media and information in domestic spaces   (Citations: 164)
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Published in 1992.
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    • ...the ‘domestication of technology’ (Silverstone & Hirsch 1992; Frissen 2004), might from this perspective be much more culturally informed than determined by socio-economic position...

    Jaron Harambamet al. THE CONTENTIOUS GAP

    • ...In terms of work on the incorporation of digital technologies in households, for example, these studies have detailed how technologies are appropriated into the domestic sphere through ongoing processes of gaining possession and negotiating ‘ownership’, ‘objectification’ within the spatial and aesthetic environment of the home and ‘incorporation’ into the routines of daily life (Silverstone et al, 1992; Silverstone & Hirsch, 1992)...

    Neil Selwyn. Making sense of young people, education and digital technology: the ro...

    • ...A sociological and cultural approach is used in addressing relations between family and new media, informed by research and debates on the domestication of media technology (Berker, Hartmann, Punie, & Ward, 2006; Livingstone, 1992; Silverstone & Hirsch, 1992; Silverstone, Hirsch, & Morley, 1992)...

    Deborah Chambers. ‘Wii play as a family’: the rise in family-centred video gaming

    • ...2006; Silverstone and Hirsch 1992) used by Hjorth (2008) in her study of mobile media in Tokyo, Seoul, Hong Kong and Melbourne is a promising possibility for a movement-driven approach to mobile learning research...

    Judith Enriquez. Being (t)here: mobilising ‘mediaspaces’ of learning

    • ...Institutions such as the household are significant in how individuals shape technology and give it meaning (Silverstone & Hirsch 1994; Silverstone 2005a)...

    Bridgette Wessels. EXPLORING HUMAN AGENCY AND DIGITAL SYSTEMS

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