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書名 Video cultures [electronic resource] : media technology and everyday creativity / edited by David Buckingham and Rebekah Willett
出版項 Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2009
國際標準書號 9780230244696
0230244696
國際標準號碼 10.1057/9780230244696 doi
book jacket
說明 vii, 241 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
附註 Includes bibliographical references and index
In The Frame: Mapping Camcorder Cultures; R.Willett -- A CommonplaceArt? Understanding Amateur Media Production; D.Buckingham -- 'Take Back The Tube!': The Discursive Construction of Amateur Film- and Video-Making; D.Buckingham, M.Pini & R.Willett -- Inside the Home Mode; M.Pini -- Speaking Back? In Search of the Citizen Journalist; D.Buckingham -- Parodic Practices: Amateur Spoofs on VideoSharing Sites; R.Willett -- Skate Perception: Self-Representation, Identity and Visual Style in a Youth Subculture; D.Buckingham -- Handing Over Control? Access, 'Ordinary People' and Video Nation; J.Henderson -- In The Bedroom: Sex on Video; M.Pini -- The Hidden World of Organised Amateur Film-Making; D.Buckingham -- Always On: Camera Phones, Video Production and Identity; R.Willett -- Power To The People? The Past and Future of Amateur Video; D.Buckingham
Electronic reproduction. Basingstoke, England : Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. Mode of access:World Wide Web. System requirements: Web browser. Title from title screen (viewed on Apr. 12, 2010). Access may be restricted to users at subscribing institutions
Over the past decade, the video camcorder has become a commonplace household object. The riseof YouTube and other video sharing sites has made it significantly easier to distribute amateur video productions, and national broadcasters are increasingly interested in 'user-generatedcontent' andthe work of so-called 'citizen journalists'. For some, this growth in access to video production ispart of a wider democratisation of media, and the emergence of a much more participatory media culture. However, others argue that such practices amount to little more than a trivial family pastime, that does little if anything to challenge the power of the established mass media. This book explores the diversity of 'video cultures' in contemporary Britain through a series of casestudies ranging from citizen journalists to amateur pornographers, andfrom teenage pranksters to elderly members of video-making clubs. Through its discussion of specific video-making practices, the book raises broader issues about key themes in contemporary cultural studies, including creativity, social capital, identity and technology
Palgrave
鏈接 Original 9780230221864 0230221866 (OCoLC)317927001
主題 Video recordings -- Social aspects -- Great Britain
User-generated content -- Great Britain
Social media -- Great Britain
Video recordings -- Social aspects -- Great Britain -- Case studies
User-generated content -- Great Britain -- Case studies
Social media -- Great Britain -- Case studies
Electronic books. local
Alt Author Buckingham, David, 1954-
Willett, Rebekah
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