Without sin: freedom and taboo in digital media
Aceti, Lanfranco and Leishman, Donna (2013) Without sin: freedom and taboo in digital media. [Volumes Edited / Special Issues]
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What is the relationship between contemporary digital media and contemporary society? Is it possible to affirm that digital media are without sin and exist purely in a complex socio-political and economic context within which the users bring with them their ethical and cultural complexities? This issue, through a range of scholarly writings, analyzes the problems of ethics and sin within contemporary digital media frameworks. Volume Editors: Lanfranco Aceti and Donna Leishman. Editorial managers: Sheena Calvert and Ozden Sahin. Articles by: Lanfranco Aceti, Donna Leishman, Birgit Bachler, David Burns, Deborah Burns, Johnny Golding, Sue Hawksley, Ken Hollings, Smita Kheria, Alana Kushnir, Simone O’Callaghan, Kriss Ravetto-Biagioli, Don Ritter, Debra Swack, Sandra Wilson & Lilia Gomez Flores, Charlie Gere, Mikhail Pushkin and Sheena Calvert.
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