aOne of our most important books on globalization.a aSteve OaKeefe, New York Journal of Books The enormous scope of the Internet can lead us to assume that as the online community grows, our world grows smaller and more cosmopolitan. In Digital Cosmopolitans, Ethan Zuckerman explains why the technological ability to communicate with someone does not guarantee human interaction or the healthy exchange of information and ideas. Combining the latest psychological and sociological research with current trends both online and off, Digital Cosmopolitans highlights the challenges we face and the headway being made in creating a world that is truly connected.Justin Osofsky, aquot;Making News and Entertainment More Social in 2011, aquot; Facebook Developer Blog, December 28, 2010, ... Tanya Cordrey, aquot;Tanya Cordreya#39;s Speech at the Guardian Changing Media Summit, aquot; Guardian, March 21 , 2012, ... aSocial Networking Accounts for 1 of Every 5 Minutes Spent Online in Australia, aquot; comScore, Inc., February 18, 2011, ... http://www.pewinternet.org/~/ media/Files /Reports/2011/PIP%20-%20Social%20networking%20sites%20and %20our%20lives.pdf.
|Title||:||Digital Cosmopolitans: Why We Think the Internet Connects Us, Why It Doesn't, and How to Rewire It|
|Publisher||:||W. W. Norton & Company - 2013-06-17|