Digital Culture Unplugged Probing the Native Cyborg’s Multiple Locations
This volume explores the ways in which contemporary society negotiates digital technologies and media in South Asia. It focuses on cyber-religion, the notion of self-formation and digital technology, urban cybercultural phenomenon, digital era in cinema and photography that represent an eclectic mix of theoretical positions and practical domains.
It offers an insight into the digital phenomenon and its impacts; religion and theology in the information society; the concept of alterity; new technology and human nature; mobile phones, internet, blog, radio, and the new digital lifestyle; digital cinema; publishing and electronic reproduction; the internet and the bully; city and the global nomad; and digitising the sociological imagination.
This volume will be of great interest to those in media & communication studies, cultural studies, and South Asian studies.