social media and music; Cecilia Suhr; 2012
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av Cecilia Suhr
This book explores social networking sites as the digital field of cultural production by loosely drawing from Pierre Bourdieu’s notion of field and capital. The book examines four case studies on MySpace, YouTube, Second Life, and Indaba Music, and the roles and the impact they have on the music industry and musicians. In doing so, the author explores the groundbreaking developments that empower independent musicians and problematizes the emergence of a variety of issues symptomatic of social media environments at the height of convergence culture.
This book explores social networking sites as the digital field of cultural production by loosely drawing from Pierre Bourdieu’s notion of field and capital. The book examines four case studies on MySpace, YouTube, Second Life, and Indaba Music, and the roles and the impact they have on the music industry and musicians. In doing so, the author explores the groundbreaking developments that empower independent musicians and problematizes the emergence of a variety of issues symptomatic of social media environments at the height of convergence culture.
Upplaga: 2a upplagan
Utgiven: 2012
ISBN: 9781433114472
Förlag: Peter Lang Publishing Inc
Format: Häftad
Språk: Engelska
Sidor: 139 st
This book explores social networking sites as the digital field of cultural production by loosely drawing from Pierre Bourdieu’s notion of field and capital. The book examines four case studies on MySpace, YouTube, Second Life, and Indaba Music, and the roles and the impact they have on the music industry and musicians. In doing so, the author explores the groundbreaking developments that empower independent musicians and problematizes the emergence of a variety of issues symptomatic of social media environments at the height of convergence culture.
This book explores social networking sites as the digital field of cultural production by loosely drawing from Pierre Bourdieu’s notion of field and capital. The book examines four case studies on MySpace, YouTube, Second Life, and Indaba Music, and the roles and the impact they have on the music industry and musicians. In doing so, the author explores the groundbreaking developments that empower independent musicians and problematizes the emergence of a variety of issues symptomatic of social media environments at the height of convergence culture.
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