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Digital culture is an emerging value
system and set of expectations as
particularly expressed in the activities of
news an...
“the artifacts or devices that enable and
extend our abilities to communicate; the
communication activities or practices w...
online journalism, blogging, and open
publishing, they are combined in the
structures, values, and practices of
indymeida
Digital culture has emergent properties
with toots both in online and offline
phenomena, with links to trends and
developm...
 Active agents in the process of meaning-
  making (we become participants)
 We adopt but at the same time modify,
  man...
Participation is that people engage in some
social activities to reconstitute our society,
they are not only the consumers...
Social effect: the standard of social values,
               beliefs and norms is changing
Economic effect: marketing stra...
•Bolter and Grusin point that every new
  medium is the challenge for older media,
  so old media
   refashion themselves ...
Webloggers tend to do what they do in
 personal distantiation form what journalists
 do, while remediating some of journal...
Remediation doesn’t mean distinguish, or
totally discard off the mainstream or
dominant ways of doing things, but rather
a...
Hartley defines it as “the creation of objects
 with
materials to hand, re-using existing artifacts
 and
incorporating bit...
Digital culture provide enough freedom
and endless creativity for the bricoleurs,
but it also challenge their ability of
s...
   there is no entrance restriction

   people have a new identity

   to eliminate the distance barrier
Thank you



                  Jing
Cao
Participation, Remediation, BricolageConsidering Principal Components of a Digital Culture
Participation, Remediation, BricolageConsidering Principal Components of a Digital Culture
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  1. 1. Digital culture is an emerging value system and set of expectations as particularly expressed in the activities of news and information media makers and users online (Mark, 2006)
  2. 2. “the artifacts or devices that enable and extend our abilities to communicate; the communication activities or practices we engage in to develop and use these devices, and the social arrangements or organizations that form around the devices and practices” (Lievrouw and Livingstone, 2002)
  3. 3. online journalism, blogging, and open publishing, they are combined in the structures, values, and practices of indymeida
  4. 4. Digital culture has emergent properties with toots both in online and offline phenomena, with links to trends and developments predating the world wide web, yet at the same time having an immediate impact felt all over the world through the widespread integration of Internet at all aspects of everyday life (Mark, 2006).
  5. 5.  Active agents in the process of meaning- making (we become participants)  We adopt but at the same time modify, manipulate, and thus reform consensual ways of understanding reality (we engage in remediation)  We reflexively assemble our own particular versions of such reality (we are bricoleurs)
  6. 6. Participation is that people engage in some social activities to reconstitute our society, they are not only the consumers of information, but also the producers of it. People want to express their own opinions rather than receiving from others.
  7. 7. Social effect: the standard of social values, beliefs and norms is changing Economic effect: marketing strategies depending on consumer’s reaction Political effect: encourage citizens to engage in discussing political events
  8. 8. •Bolter and Grusin point that every new medium is the challenge for older media, so old media refashion themselves to survive. •Mark adds an element of distantiation inherent in all contemporary refashioning practices, it can be seen to manifest itself as “hyperindividualization”
  9. 9. Webloggers tend to do what they do in personal distantiation form what journalists do, while remediating some of journalism’s peculiar strategies, techniques, and even content.
  10. 10. Remediation doesn’t mean distinguish, or totally discard off the mainstream or dominant ways of doing things, but rather as an expression of a distinctly private enactment of human agency in the face of omnipresent computer-mediated reality.
  11. 11. Hartley defines it as “the creation of objects with materials to hand, re-using existing artifacts and incorporating bits and pieces”
  12. 12. Digital culture provide enough freedom and endless creativity for the bricoleurs, but it also challenge their ability of selecting and using appropriate materials.
  13. 13.  there is no entrance restriction  people have a new identity  to eliminate the distance barrier
  14. 14. Thank you Jing Cao
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