[Air-L] private/public space & new media
Stephany Barbara Filimon
filiste at iit.edu
Mon Jul 6 13:40:02 PDT 2009
This is a late reply to this thread, but the work of Christina Nippert-Eng should not be
missed. Her homepage is here, with a list of selected publications at the bottom:
----- Original Message -----
From: Holly Kruse <holly-kruse at utulsa.edu>
Date: Sunday, June 28, 2009 1:08 pm
Subject: [Air-L] private/public space & new media
To: "air-l at aoir.org" <air-l at aoir.org>
> As promised, here are the sources people suggested to me in
> response to my
> query about research on new technology and public & private space.
> I'veexcluded the ones that were in the bibliography of sources that
> I'm using in
> my current book (and/or used in my last one) that I posted to air-l
> a few
> days ago. Several of these I had already looked at and/or have,
> some I was
> aware of but hadn't looked at, and some were new to me. Because I
> mostlyjust copied and pasted these from email messages, this list
> is in no
> particular order and uses no format or style. Apologies for that.
> There are several suggestions that I will be looking at as I write
> what is
> supposed to be my brief (ha) summary chapter, and in further
> revisions to
> the rest of the manuscript. Thanks so much to everyone!
> Holly Kruse
> Faculty of Communication
> The University of Tulsa
> 800 S. Tucker Drive
> Tulsa, OK 74104
> holly-kruse at utulsa.edu or holly.kruse at gmail.com
> The first chapter of _Publics and Counterpublics_ by Michael Warner
> and his
> _Trouble with Normal_
> Erving Goffman, _Relations in Public_
> Julie Cohen, "Cyberspace As/And Space," _Columbia Law Review_, 2007.
> Chris Kelty, _Two Bits_
> Douglas Thomas, _Hacker Culture_
> Bryan Pfaffenberger, "'If I Want It, It¹s OK': Usenet and the (Outer)
> Limits of Free Speech," _The information Society_, 1996.
> Baron, Naomi S. and Ylva Hard af Segerstad (in press), "Cross-cultural
> patterns in mobile phone use:
> Public space and reachability in Sweden, the US, and Japan", _New
> Media &
> Keith N Hampton, Oren Livio, & Lauren F. Sessions, "The Social Life of
> Wireless Urban Spaces: Internet Use, Social Networks, and the
> Public Realm,"
> forthcoming, _Journal of Communication_.
> Rohan Samarajiva & Peter Shields, "Telecommunication networks as
> socialspace: implications for research and policy and an exemplar,"
> Media, Culture
> & Society, Vol. 19, No. 4, 535-555 (1997)
> Greg Downey's "Telegraph Messenger Boys," 2002; and his co-edited a
> 2004anthology. Info on both at
> danah boyd's dissertation at
> Helen Nissenbaum's paper "Privacy as Contextual Integrity",
> Fran Tonkiss's book "Space, the City and Social Theory" (Polity, 2005)
> Robert Sommer. Personal Space: The Behavioral Basis of Design
> Humphreys, L. (2005). "Social topography in a wireless era: The
> negotiation of public and private space." Journal of Technical Writing
> and Communication. 35(3): 367-384.
> Humphreys, L. (2005). "Cellphones in public: Social interaction in a
> wireless era." New Media & Society. 7(6): 813-836.
> Anna McCarthy, Ambient Television, Duke, 2001
> Anna McCarthy & Nick Couldry, MediaSpace, Routledge, 2004
> NOW/HERE: Space, Time and Modernity, Roger Friedland and Deidre Boden,
> particularly "The Compulsion of Proximity," Boden&Molotch.
> CULTURE POWER PLACE Exploration in Critical Anthropology, Gupta and
> Janet Sternberg's dissertation, "Misbehavior in Cyber Places: The
> Regulationof Online Conduct in Virtual Communities on the Internet"
> Shani Orgad's book, _Storytelling Online: Talking Breast Cancer on the
> Internet_ (Peter Lang, 2005)
> Lars Qvortrup (ed.), _Virtual Space_
> John Monberg's online bibliography, which includes several space/place
> sources: https://www.msu.edu/~jmonberg/cmcbib.html
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