Networked Affect #2020

Networked Affect By Ken Hillis Susanna Paasonen Michael Petit Networked Affect Our encounters with websites avatars videos mobile apps discussion forums GIFs and nonhuman intelligent agents allow us to experience sensations of connectivity interest desire and attachment
  • Title: Networked Affect
  • Author: Ken Hillis Susanna Paasonen Michael Petit
  • ISBN: 9780262028646
  • Page: 348
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Networked Affect By Ken Hillis Susanna Paasonen Michael Petit Our encounters with websites, avatars, videos, mobile apps, discussion forums, GIFs, and nonhuman intelligent agents allow us to experience sensations of connectivity, interest, desire, and attachment as well as detachment, boredom, fear, and shame Some affective online encounters may arouse complex, contradictory feelings that resist dualistic distinctions In this boOur encounters with websites, avatars, videos, mobile apps, discussion forums, GIFs, and nonhuman intelligent agents allow us to experience sensations of connectivity, interest, desire, and attachment as well as detachment, boredom, fear, and shame Some affective online encounters may arouse complex, contradictory feelings that resist dualistic distinctions In this book, leading scholars examine the fluctuating and altering dynamics of affect that give shape to online connections and disconnections Doing so, they tie issues of circulation and connectivity to theorizations of networked affect Their diverse investigations considering subjects that range from online sexual dynamics to the liveliness of computer code demonstrate the value of affect theories for Internet studies.The contributors investigate networked affect in terms of intensity, sensation, and value They explore online intensities that range from Tumblr practices in LGBTQ communities to visceral reactions to animated avatars examine the affective materiality of software in such platforms as steampunk culture and nonprofit altporn and analyze the ascription of value to online activities including the GTD getting things done movement and the accumulation of personal digital materials.ContributorsJames Ash, Alex Cho, Jodi Dean, Melissa Gregg, Ken Hillis, Kylie Jarrett, Tero Karppi, Stephen Maddison, Susanna Paasonen, Jussi Parikka, Michael Petit, Jennifer Pybus, Jenny Sunden, Veronika Tzankova
    Networked Affect By Ken Hillis Susanna Paasonen Michael Petit Network Effect Definition investopedia Oct , The network effect is a phenomenon whereby increased numbers of people or participants improve the value of a good or service The Internet is an example of the Networked Affect The MIT Press Networked Affect Edited by Ken Hillis , Susanna Paasonen and Michael Petit Investigations of affective experiences that emerge in online settings that range from Facebook discussion Network effect What Is the Network Effect The Motley Fool Dec , The most basic definition of the network effect is the indirect value goods and services gain as people use them The world s most popular social network, Networked Affect ARTECA Networked Affect Our encounters with websites, avatars, videos, mobile apps, discussion forums, GIFs, and nonhuman intelligent agents allow us to experience sensations of Network Effect Understanding the Types and Economic Impact Bandwagon Effect
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    1. Despite my interest in digital culture, I found most of the academic articles in this collection uninteresting I doubt many people will take my path and read this collection cover to cover, rather access articles that they might find useful in their own academic work There were a couple of pieces that dealt with affect and social networking in the section on value that I found interesting, otherwise, I leave the rest of the articles to those scholars who specialize in the study of affect and the [...]


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