Playing the waiting game: Complicating notions of (Tele)presence and gendered distraction in casual mobile gaming
Hjorth, L. and Richardson, I. (2011) Playing the waiting game: Complicating notions of (Tele)presence and gendered distraction in casual mobile gaming. In: Greif, H., Hjorth, L., Lasen, A. and Lobet-Maris, C., (eds.) Cultures of participation: Media practices, politics and literacy. Peter Lang Publishing, Inc, Frankfurt, Germany, pp. 111-126.
To speak of participation today raises a series of questions on how the presence and use of new media affect modes of social participation. From a variety of theoretical, empirical and methodological perspectives, the contributions in this volume explore participation in different social realms - from everyday life, interpersonal relationships, work and leisure activities to collective and political action. This collection demonstrates that participation is a localised notion, assuming a multitude of shapes under a variety of technological, political, socio-economic, linguistic and cultural conditions.
|Publication Type:||Book Chapter|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Media, Communication and Culture|
|Publisher:||Peter Lang Publishing, Inc|
|Notes:||Participation in Broadband Society - Volume 4|
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