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Networks, Hacking, and Media - CITAMS@30: Now and Then and Tomorrow.


Networks, Hacking, and Media - CITAMS@30: Now and Then and Tomorrow

Edited by Barry Wellman, Laura Robinson, Casey Brienza et al.



167 pages



Studies in Media and Communications; Volume 17


To mark the 30th anniversary of the American Sociological Association's Communication, Information Technology and Media Sociology (CITAMS) section, members of the community trace the development of the field and project its future. This is one of two volumes containing the results, and focuses on networks, hacking, and media. Among the topics are section membership and participation in the American Sociological Review publication process, how information technology transforms the methods of sociological research: past and present, romantic dissolution and Facebook life: a typology of coping strategies for breakups, and black-hat hackers' crisis information processing in the Darknet: a case study of cyber underground market shutdowns. Distributed in North America by Turpin Distribution. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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