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MOBILE PHONE USE AS MEDIA
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OUTLINE
• Brief Introduction
• Case study: The mobile phone use as media
• Real life examples
• Conclusion
• Q&A
EVOLUTION ON MOBILE PHONES
US PATENT
FOR WIRELESS
PHONES

1906

1973

FIRST MOBILE
PHONE CALL

1979

3G

1982

iPHONE

1ST...
CASE STUDY:

THE MOBILE PHONE AS MEDIA
Utopian

Dystopian

 The ability to ‘synchronize everyday
life’ (Ling, 2001).

 ‘...
CASE STUDY:

THE MOBILE PHONE AS MEDIA
How mobile life impact our life

Positive view
• Deaf community
• Plant (2003)
• Ge...
Negative
•

Geser (2003) identifies the mobile’s capacity to ‘weaken the
control of formal institutions over their member’...
Negative
•

Tremlett (2004) The 2004 Madrid train bombings were attributable to
mobile phones being used as detonators, wi...
Positive
•

The deaf community now has a level playing field with the hearing
community.

•

SMS represents the first comm...
Examples of How Mobile Phone
Impact Our Daily Life
Twitter
Online newspaper
TV apps in mobile phone
BBC iplayer

Netflix
CONCLUSION
• Mobile phone plays major role in human
life.
• Mobile phone have both positive and
negative implications – ho...
REFERENCES
•

E Siapera 2012 Chapter 8 Understanding New Media. Sage.

•

Gordon J., 2002 The mobile phone: an artefact of...
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  1. 1. SOCY received 20241 You A short NEW message 1 MEDIA presentation will start shortly. MOBILE PHONE USE AS MEDIA Presenters: YUSRI YUSOF (8969257) ISMAH ISMAIL (8957910)
  2. 2. OUTLINE • Brief Introduction • Case study: The mobile phone use as media • Real life examples • Conclusion • Q&A
  3. 3. EVOLUTION ON MOBILE PHONES US PATENT FOR WIRELESS PHONES 1906 1973 FIRST MOBILE PHONE CALL 1979 3G 1982 iPHONE 1ST COMMERCIAL MOBILE PHONE 1998 2001 WEB THROUGH MOBILE HANDSET NOKIA 2007 2008 SOCIAL MEDIA 1ST MOBILE CONTENT 2009 2013 HERE WE ARE!
  4. 4. CASE STUDY: THE MOBILE PHONE AS MEDIA Utopian Dystopian  The ability to ‘synchronize everyday life’ (Ling, 2001).  ‘Once they [3G mobiles] have lost the last image that conceptually linked them to their original function, it is obvious that their value will also become more abstract and further removed from the function for which they were intended’ (Strocchi, 2003).  The ‘scope for interactivity and user customization of services’ is markedly increased (Flew, 2002).  Represented social status & selfconstruction (Poster, 2004).  ‘longing for fulfilment in apocalypse’ (Milojevic, 2001; Inayatullah, 2001).  Health Issue (Hockingand Westerman, 2002; Pereira and Edwards, 2000; Kimata, 2003).
  5. 5. CASE STUDY: THE MOBILE PHONE AS MEDIA How mobile life impact our life Positive view • Deaf community • Plant (2003) • Geser (2003) Negative view • Geser (2003) • McKean (2004) • Rheingold (2002) • Tremlett (2004) • Fortunati (2000) • Ling (2001)
  6. 6. Negative • Geser (2003) identifies the mobile’s capacity to ‘weaken the control of formal institutions over their member’s behaviour’ as they are able to interrupt or alternate their roles ‘anywhere, anyplace’. • McKean (2004) speculates as to whether 3G phones will increase the networking capabilities of criminals and paedophiles in particular. • Rheingold’s (2002) ‘smart mobs’, which he defines as any group that uses mobile communications to organize collective action.
  7. 7. Negative • Tremlett (2004) The 2004 Madrid train bombings were attributable to mobile phones being used as detonators, with the retailers of one phone in an unexploded package being arrested shortly after the event. • Fortunati’s (2000) concept of ‘nomadic intimacy’ expresses how the mobile makes it possible for us to remain inserted in personal networks while travelling, but at the cost of ‘directly experiencing everything the social space can offer’. • Ling (2001) describes the disturbance of the public sphere (forced eavesdropping) as ‘balkanisation’ of space.
  8. 8. Positive • The deaf community now has a level playing field with the hearing community. • SMS represents the first communication technology that has broken down the barriers between deaf and hearing individuals’. • Plant (2003) notes how mobiles allow for increasingly efficient response and organization by groups to marshal political resistance. • Geser (2003) …able to blend home, leisure and work more easily,
  9. 9. Examples of How Mobile Phone Impact Our Daily Life
  10. 10. Twitter
  11. 11. Online newspaper
  12. 12. TV apps in mobile phone BBC iplayer Netflix
  13. 13. CONCLUSION • Mobile phone plays major role in human life. • Mobile phone have both positive and negative implications – however it depends on the users/situation. • Mobile phone act as a mediator that transformed the media industry in this era thus shifting from the traditional media to social media and from print industry to electronic format.
  14. 14. REFERENCES • E Siapera 2012 Chapter 8 Understanding New Media. Sage. • Gordon J., 2002 The mobile phone: an artefact of popular culture and a tool of the public sphere. Convergence: The international journal of research into new media technologies 8 15-26 • The Telegraph, (2012). Children-no-longer-need-facts-because-they-can-look-them-up-on-smartphoneclaim-teachers. [online] Available at: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/educationnews/9186182/Children-no-longer-need-facts-becausethey-can-look-them-up-on-smartphone-claim-teachers.html [Accessed `19 October 2013]. • The Telegraph, (2013). Budget iPhone 5 will be plastic and 'ready for China’. [online] Available at: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/apple/9833610/Budget-iPhone-5-will-be-plastic-and-ready-forChina.html [Accessed 19 October 2013]. • The Telegraph, (2013). Fujitsu smartphone can check your pulse. [online] Available at: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/mobile-phones/9937401/Fujitsu-smartphone-can-check-yourpulse.html [Accessed 19 October 2013]. • The Telegraph, (2010). Making a call on a mobile? Surely not. [online] Available at: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/mobile-phones/7941655/Making-a-call-on-a-mobile-Surelynot.html [Accessed 19 October 2013] • The Telegraph, (2013). Entrepreneurial DNA holds key to digital evolution. [online] Available at: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/comment/10374934/Entrepreneurial-DNA-holds-key-to-digitalevolution.html [Accessed 19 October 2013].

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