Participation, Remediation, Bricolage: Considering Principal Components of a Digital CultureMark Deuze<br />ARIN6912   Dig...
Abstract<br />Introduction<br />Background<br />The emergence of a digital culture<br /> Purpose  <br />      To identify ...
Abstract<br />PurposeTo identify the principal components of an emerging global digital culture  <br />Hypothesis“First, t...
Abstract<br />Methods<br /> A case-based approach<br />Discussion<br />whether or not the components of<br /> digital cult...
What is Digital Culture?<br />Participation<br />Remediation<br />Bricolage<br />
Digital Culture<br />Principal components<br />Online Journalism, Indymedia and Blogs<br />        - (online) journalism, ...
Participation<br />Active agents in the process of meaning-making (we become participants<br />Contemporary understanding ...
Remediation<br />Distantiation VS Remediation<br />We adopt but at the same time modify, manipulate, and thus reform conse...
Bricolage<br />we reflexively assemble our own particular versions of such reality (we are bricoleurs).<br />incorporates ...
Critical thinking<br />Amateurs<br />
Critical thinking<br />What is the future for<br />Digtal culture?<br />What is <br />our end goal? http://www.youtube.com...
Bibliography<br />Baudrillard, Jean, ‘The precession of Simulacra’ in Simulacra and Simulation, University of Michigan Pre...
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  1. 1. Participation, Remediation, Bricolage: Considering Principal Components of a Digital CultureMark Deuze<br />ARIN6912 Digital Research and Publishing<br />Lecturer: Chris Chesher<br />Name: Jie He <br />Student No: 310054397<br />
  2. 2. Abstract<br />Introduction<br />Background<br />The emergence of a digital culture<br /> Purpose <br /> To identify the principal components of an emerging global digital culture<br />19th century print<br /> culture<br />20th century electronic culture<br />21st century digital culture<br />
  3. 3. Abstract<br />PurposeTo identify the principal components of an emerging global digital culture  <br />Hypothesis“First, the realization that all aspects of everyday life in highly industrialized modern societies are to some extent influenced by, and implicated in computerization.”“A second assumption takes into consideration contemporary social changes accelerated by globalization, post-nationalism and individualization.”<br /> (Mark Deuze)<br />
  4. 4. Abstract<br />Methods<br /> A case-based approach<br />Discussion<br />whether or not the components of<br /> digital culture can be considered ‘new’<br />
  5. 5. What is Digital Culture?<br />Participation<br />Remediation<br />Bricolage<br />
  6. 6. Digital Culture<br />Principal components<br />Online Journalism, Indymedia and Blogs<br /> - (online) journalism, blogging and open publishing—all of which are combined in the structures, values and practices of Indymedia.<br />
  7. 7. Participation<br />Active agents in the process of meaning-making (we become participants<br />Contemporary understanding of participation-‘hypersociability’<br />With the emergence of independent centers<br />A new form of journalism-“we media”<br />Has a political dimension<br />Has roots in “DIY” CULTURE<br />In realms of economy<br />Participation- Examples<br />Star Wars<br />Reality TV show Survivor<br />News Crop announcement<br />“We media”<br />Webblogging<br />SNSs<br />Wikis<br />Social Tagging<br />
  8. 8. Remediation<br />Distantiation VS Remediation<br />We adopt but at the same time modify, manipulate, and thus reform consensual ways of understanding reality (we engage in remediation)<br />Remediation-Example<br />Weblogg<br />Twitter (micro blogging) <br />Journalism<br />
  9. 9. Bricolage<br />we reflexively assemble our own particular versions of such reality (we are bricoleurs).<br />incorporates like borrowing, hybridity, mixture and plagiarism <br />evident link our way online<br />Critical thinking<br />“Left” from “Right” and “Progressive” from “Conseevative”<br />“second-hand truth”---Baudrillard<br />Provide a bottom-up platform for individual voice<br />Bricolage-Example<br />SDKs<br />Wiki<br />Netiquette<br />Indymedia web sites<br />Rmixing<br />
  10. 10. Critical thinking<br />Amateurs<br />
  11. 11. Critical thinking<br />What is the future for<br />Digtal culture?<br />What is <br />our end goal? http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBVZ4C6VAVQ<br />
  12. 12. Bibliography<br />Baudrillard, Jean, ‘The precession of Simulacra’ in Simulacra and Simulation, University of Michigan Press, 2006, pp.1-43.<br />Baudrillard, Jean, ‘The implosion of meaning in the media’ in Simulacra and Simulation, University of Michigan Press, 2006, pp.79-86.<br />Baudrillard, Jean, ‘On Nihilism’ in Simulacra and Simulation, University of Michigan Press, 2006, pp.159-168.<br />Bolter, Jay David, and Richard Grusin. Remediation: Understanding New Media.Cambridge: MIT Press, 1999, p.55.<br />Browner, S.P., R.Sears, et al., ‘Literature and the internet: some theoretical considerations’ in Literature and the internet: a guide for students, teachers, and scholars, New York: Garland, 2000, pp.115-127.<br />Butler, D. (2005). Science in the web age: Joint efforts. Nature, 438(7068), 548-549.,Butler reports the reservations that the scientific community exhibits towards Web logs.<br />Blood, R. (2004). How Blogging Software RESHAPES THE ONLINE COMMUNITY. Communications of the ACM, 47(12), 53-55. ,Blood gives a good overview of the history of Web logs as well as Web logs’ technical development.<br />Deuze, Mark, 2003, ‘The Web and its journalisms: Considering the consequences of different types of media online’, New Media & Society, 5(2), pp.203-230.<br />Deuze, M. (2006). Participation, Remediation, Bricolage: Considering Principal Components of a Digital Culture. The Information Society, 22, 63-75.<br />Holtz, S. (2006). Communicating in the world of Web 2.0. Communication World, 23(3), 24-27.,Holtz gives a good overview of how we now live in a consumer-driven marketplace.<br />Karlsson, L. (2006). The Diary Weblog and the Travelling Tales of Diasporic Tourists. Journal of Intercultural Studies, 27(3), 299-312.,Although I have already cited Karlsson’s paper, I did want to mention that it is a very insightful piece into Web logs as online journals.<br />Lessig, Lawrence, Free culture: the nature and future of creativity, New York, Penguin Press, 2005. <br />Jayaram, Mahalakshmi, ‘News in the age of instant communication’ in Practising journalism – values, constraints, implications, NaliniRajan (ed.), Sage Publications, New Dehli, 2005, pp 285-303.<br />Jensen, Michael J., Danziger, James N. and Venkatesh, Alladi, ‘Civil society and Cyber society: The role of the Internet in Community Associations and Democratic Politics’, The Information Society, 23(1), pp.39-50.<br />Parikka, J., ‘Copy’ in Fuller, M., Software studies: a lexicaon, Camebridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2008, pp.125-129.<br />125-138. Retrieved March 22, 2009, from Springer database.<br />Putnam, Robert, ‘A decline of social capital? – The German case’ in Democracies in flux: The evolution of social capital in contemporary society, Oxford, OUP, 2004, pp. 189-244.<br />Putnam, Robert, ‘Australia – making the lucky country’ in Democracies in flux: The evolution of social capital in contemporary society, Oxford, OUP, 2004, pp. 333-358.<br />Pickard, V. W. (2006). United yet autonomous: Indymediaand the struggle to sustain a radical democratic network. Media Culture Society, 28(3), 315-336. Retrieved March 24, 2009, from Sage Publications database.<br />Skinner, B. (2004). Web alert: news and views within healthcare -- managing the information overload. Quality in Primary Care, 12(4), 289-292.<br />Fanselow, J. (2008). Community blogging: The new wave of citizen journalism. National Civic Review, 97(4), 24-29. Retrieved March 24, 2009, from Wiley Inter Science database.<br />Munger, M. C. (2008). Blogging and political information: truth or truthiness? Public Choice, 134(1-2), <br />
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