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By Emma Keltie

ISBN-10: 3319490273

ISBN-13: 9783319490274

ISBN-10: 3319490281

ISBN-13: 9783319490281

This venture bargains a brand new critique of participatory media practices. whereas the concept that of participatory tradition is usually theorised as embodying the opportunity of a in all likelihood utopian way forward for media engagement and participation, this ebook argues that the tradition undefined, because it adapts and alterations, offers moments of authorized participation that play out below the dominance of the undefined. via a severe recounting of the event of constructing an internet sequence in Australia (with an international viewers) outdoor of the tradition buildings, this e-book argues< that while participatory tradition using convergent media applied sciences permits media shoppers to turn into media manufacturers, this happens via systems managed by way of undefined. The rising structure of the net has created a sequence of systems whereparticipation can ensue. it really is those systems that develop into areas of managed entry to participatory cultural practices.

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