Re: Can anyone suggest some works or researchers in CyberAnthro?

Toby Cockcroft (
Thu, 12 Dec 1996 03:46:39 -0400

>In article <58fggu$>, says...
>> I would be very much obliged.
>> :-)
>> Jeff Mach
>> Rutgers University.

Check out:

Adams, Dennis 1989, Media and Literacy: Learning in the Electronic Age.

Aronowitz, Stanley, Barbara Martinsons and Michael Menser
1996. Technoscience and Cyberculture. New York; Routledge.

Bagdikian, Ben H. 1992. The Media Monopoly. Boston; Beacon Press.

Balsamo, Anne 1996, Technoligies of the Gendered Body. Durham, Duke
University Press

Brook, James and Iain A. Boal.
1995. Resisting the Virtual Life: The Culture and Politics of
Information. San Fransico; City Lights.

Chesebro, James and Donald Bonsall.
1989 Computer-mediated Communication: Human relationships in a
computerized world. U of Alabama Press

Collins, Richard et al.
1986. Media, Culture and Society: A Critical Reader. London; Sage

Curran, James and Michael Gurevitch.
1991. Mass Media and Society. New York; Edward Arnold.

Dery, Mark 1996, Escape Velocity. New York, Grove Press

Fiske, John. 1987, Television Culture. London: Routledge.

Garnham, Nicholas 1990, Capitalism and Communication: Global Culture
and the Economics of Information. London, Sage Publication.

Kroker, Arthur and Marilouise Kroker
1996, Hacking the Future: Stories For Flesh Eating 905.

Innis, Harold A. 1986 Empire and Communication. Toronto; Univeristy of
Toronto Press.

1991 The Bias of Communication. Toronto; University of Toronto Press.

McLuhan, Marshall and Bruck R. Powers.
1989, The Global Village: transformations in world life and media in
the 21st century. New York: Oxford UP.

Morley, David adn Kevin Robins,
1995. Spaces of Identity: Global Media, Electronic Landscapes and
Cultural Boundaries.

Penley, Constance and Andrew Ross, eds.
1991 Technoculture. Minneapolis: U of Minnesota press, .

Postman, Neil 1994 Technopoly.

Amusing Ourselves to Death

Poster, Mark 1995, The Second Media Age

Ruskoff, Douglas 1994 Cyberia: Life in the trenches of hyperspace.
San-Fransico, Harper Collins

Sinclair, Carla. 1996 Net Chick: A Smart Guide to the Wired World.

Stone, Allucquere Rosanne,
1995. The War of Desire and Technology at the Close of the Mechanical Age.

Toffler, Alvin. 1970 Future Shock. New York: Random House.

Weinberg, Nathan. 1990 Computers in the Information Society. Boulder:
Westview press.

Williams, Raymond. 1974 Television: Technology and Cultural Form. New
York: Schocken Books.

Woolley, Benjamin. 1992, Virtual Worlds. Cambridge, Blackwell.


Toby R. G. Cockcroft MA (in progress)
Dept. Of Anthropology
Univerity of Western Ontario
London, Ontario
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