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      Digital Media Practices in Households : Kinship through Data

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      Amsterdam University Press

      Media studies, COMPUTERS / Interactive & Multimedia, Social and cultural anthropology, ethnography, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / Cultural, SOCIAL SCIENCE / Media Studies, Anthropology, Contemporary Society, Digital and Social Media, Media Studies, New Media and Technology, Sociology and Social History, Film, Media and Communication, Anthropology, Contemporary Society, Digital and Social Media, Media Studies, New Media and Technology, Sociology and Social History

      Locative media, mobile media, informal care, self-tracking, households.

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          How are intergenerational relationships playing out in and through the digital rhythms of the household? Through extensive fieldwork in Tokyo, Shanghai and Melbourne, this book ethnographically explores how households are being understood, articulated and defined by digital media practices. It investigates the rise of self-tracking, quantified self and informal practices of care at distance as part of contemporary household dynamics.

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          9789462989504
          9789048542062
          17 August 2020
          17 August 2020
          10.5117/9789462989504
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