The Routledge Debates in Digital Media Studies series provides critical examinations of the active debates that surround the uses and effects of new media and technologies within society. Consisting of essays written by leading scholars and experts, each volume tackles a growing area of inquiry and debate in the field, and provides readers with an in-depth and accessible overview of the topic in question.
By Devan Rosen
February 18, 2022
This accessible, student-friendly book provides a concise overview of the primary debates surrounding the impact and effects of social media. From Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to Snapchat and TikTok, social media has become part of our everyday experience. However, its proliferation has brought...
By Rachel Kowert, Thorsten Quandt
November 30, 2020
This student-friendly book provides an accessible overview of the primary debates about the effects of video games. It expands on the original The Video Game Debate to address the new technologies that have emerged within the field of game studies over the last few years. Debates about the ...