Networks, Hacking and Media - CITAMS@30: Now and Then and Tomorrow Vol: 17

Barry Wellman
NetLab Network, Canada

Laura Robinson
Santa Clara University, USA

Casey Brienza
Media Sociology Preconference Founder and Chair, USA

Wenhong Chen
University of Austin, Texas, USA

Shelia Cotten
Michigan State University, USA


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781787696662
Published:
27 Nov 2018
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
192 pages - 152 x 229mm
Series:
Studies in Media and Communications

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Sponsored by the Communication, Information Technologies, and Media Sociology section of the American Sociological Association (CITAMS), this volume celebrates the section's thirtieth anniversary. Lead editor Barry Wellman joins forces with former and current CITAMS chairs Wenhong Chen, Shelia Cotten, and Laura Robinson, as well as Casey Brienza, founder of the Media Sociology Preconference, to look back at the history of the section, review some of its most important themes, and set the agenda for future discussion. 

Alongside its sister volume, The "M" in CITAMS@30: Media Sociology, this valuable book shows the impact CITAMS has had, and continues to have, on academic and public discourse. Featuring leading scholars in the fields of sociology of communication, information technologies and media, it reveals how the section had transcended disciplinary boundaries, and demonstrates how it holds the skills to address some of the biggest challenges of our digital age. It is essential reading for all those interested in both the story of CITAMS to date, and the role it will play in the future.
Foreword; Wenhong Chen 
Introduction; Barry Wellman, Laura Robinson, Casey Brienza, Wenhong Chen, Shelia R. Cotten & Aneka Khilnani
PART 1: FIELD ANALYSIS: CITAMS PAST CHAIRS  
Chapter 1. CITAMS at Thirty: Learning from the Past, Plotting a Course for the Future; Deana Rohlinger & Jennifer Earl 
Chapter 2. Section Membership and Participation in the American Sociological Review Publication Process; James C. Witte, Roberta Spalter-Roth & Yukiko Furuya 
Chapter 3. How Information Technology Transforms the Methods of Sociological Research; Edward Brent
PART 2: FIELD ANALYSIS: RELATIONSHIPS AND NETWORKS 
Chapter 4. In Sync, but Apart: Temporal Symmetry, Social Synchronicity, and Digital Connectedness; Mary Chayk
Chapter 5. Romantic Dissolution and Facebook Life: A Typology of Coping Strategies for Breakups; Anabel Quan-Haase, Andrew Nevin & Veronika Lukacs 
Chapter 6. Long Ties as Equalizers; Yotam Shmargad 
Chapter 7. Black-Hat Hackers' Crisis Information Processing in the Darknet: A Case Study of Cyber Underground Market Shutdowns; K. Hazel Kwon & Jana Shakarian 
Chapter 8. I click, Therefore I am: Predicting Clicktivist-like Actions on Candidates' Facebook Posts During the 2016 U.S. Primary Election; Marc Esteve Del Valle, Alicia Wanless-Berk, Anatoliy Gruzd & Philip Mai
Barry Wellman, Director of Netlab Network, and Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Social Media Lab, Ryerson University, Canada
Wenhong Chen, Associate Professor of Media Studies and Sociology, Moody College of Communication, The University of Texas at Austin, USA
Shelia Cotten, Professor of Media and Information, Michigan State University, USA  
Laura Robinson, Associate Professor of Sociology, Santa Clara University, USA 
Casey Brienza, Media Sociology *Preconference* Founder and Chair, USA

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