下一个互联网十年:新媒介研究前瞻

在本研究中,作者提出了未来十年新媒体研究的三个重要方向:1. 网络素养(Network literacies)研究,它是未来个体充分有效地参与社会、政治和文化的条件;2. 媒介死亡研究(Dead media),个人信息的泄露和永不删除使人们丧失了“被遗忘的权利”(right to be forgotten),我们是否要让过去的信息不再被传播和扩散?谁来决定?3. 知识共享研究(Commons knowledge),业余人士和用户创造的内容让知识的门槛降低,它意味着对传统制度权威、专家、合法性和权力的挑战。

The Next Decade in Internet Time

Ways ahead for new media studies
Leah A. Lievrouwa*

Read more from Information, Communication & Society
Volume 15, Issue 5, 2012
Special Issue: A decade in Internet time: the dynamics of the Internet and society pages 616-638

To cite this article: Leah A. Lievrouw (2012): THE NEXT DECADE IN INTERNET TIME,
Information, Communication & Society, 15:5, 616-638

DOI:10.1080/1369118X.2012.675691
Available online: 25 May 2012
微盘下载链接:http://vdisk.weibo.com/s/76874

In this paper, three features of the Internet/new media that have developed over the last decade are discussed: the relational Internet, the enclosed Internet, and the ‘mean world’ Internet. These features correspond to the three interrelated elements of new media infrastructure: the practices in which people engage to interact and share information and meaning; the tools, devices, or artifacts that people create and use in order to do so; and the social arrangements or institutional forms that develop out of and around those practices and tools. Together, the three features have had an important influence on the ways that new media are understood and used and have helped shift popular discourses and the study of new media from an emphasis on possibility, novelty, adaptability, and openness toward greater preoccupations with risk, conflict, vulnerability, routinization, stability, and control. Given these conditions, the author proposes that three problem areas – again corresponding to practices, tools, and social arrangements – may be important directions for new media studies over the ‘next decade in Internet time’. Network literacies and pedagogies that prepare individuals to be full and effective participants in society, politics, and culture must be developed and implemented. Dead media may pose increasing challenges to sustainable cultural heritage as well as to ever more intrusive regimes of total surveillance and capture of personal information, enabling a ‘right to be forgotten’. Commons knowledge projects may challenge and even reconfigure the foundations of institutional authority, expertise, legitimacy, and power.

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