Digital Media: Transformations in Human Communication
Paul Messaris, Lee Humphreys
Peter Lang, Jan 1, 2006 - Computers - 337 pages
In this must-have new anthology, top media scholars explore the leading edge of digital media studies to provide a broad, authoritative survey of the study of the field and a compelling preview of future developments. This book is divided into five key areas--video games, digital images, the electronic word, computers and music, and new digital media--and offers an invaluable guide for students and scholars alike.
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