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Social media penetrate our lives: Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and many other platforms define daily habits of communication and creative production. This book studies the rise of social media, providing both a historical and a critical analysis of the emergence of major platforms in the context of a rapidly changing ecosystem of connective media. Author José van Dijck offers an analytical prism that can be used to view techno-cultural as well as socio-economic aspects of this transformation as well as to examine shared ideological principles between major social media platforms. This fascinating study will appeal to all readers interested in social media.

Sobre o Autor

José van Dijck is a professor of Comparative Media Studies at the University of Amsterdam, where she also served as the Dean of Humanities. She has a PhD from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) and previously taught at the Universities of Groningen and Maastricht. Her work covers a wide range of topics in media theory, media technologies, social media, television and culture. She is the author of five books, three co-edited volumes and many journal articles.

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  • Formato: eBook Kindle
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  • Número de páginas: 240 páginas
  • Editora: Oxford University Press; Edição: 1 (2 de janeiro de 2013)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Servicos de Varejo do Brasil Ltda
  • Idioma: Inglês
  • ASIN: B00AWOTA96
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3.0 de 5 estrelas Kayla McCarson's Review 23 de abril de 2014
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I am a journalism student and this book was a great way to finish my last semester in an interesting read, giving my brain a break from the technical and hands-on knowledge and letting myself, at times, get lost in the way our culture can forget how "social" media all began. This book gives details and in-depth overview about the history of social media that Journalism 101 classes can only touch on in a short period of time. Journalism classes today are trying to keep up with the technology and focus their classes on new media however, Jose Van Dijck's "The Culture of Connectivity: A Critical History of Social Media," takes readers back to Napster, and back to when it all began with Web 2.0, what is referred in the book as vital time for making connections on the internet.

Van Dijck makes her book relevant by showing her readers that social connectivity thrives on 5 platforms: ownership, technology, governance, business model, user/ usage, and content. In each chapter the reader learns how various media works in these platforms and why our culture is not taking notice of important changes such as privacy matters. Read this book if you want a philosophical look into what users of media today would knock-off as being a non-philosophical topic, however, they may realize it may only appear this way because it's changed a culture and isn't slowing down yet.
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3.0 de 5 estrelas Liz Thomas' Review 22 de abril de 2014
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Overall, I thought the book had a lot of valuable information to understand where social media is going into our society. However, I thought that at times the historical parts of the books were a little dry. I enjoyed that they explored more than one type of social media and gave detail about it. Even though the book was published two years ago I would say that it's fairly current however social media behavior is changing and there are different platforms to be explored. I would be interested to know how the author would compare the platforms now since we have Vine, Pinterest, and Instagram. I think that if someone was interested to understand how social media was integrated into our society and how it became a part of our culture. Privacy is a hard thing to come by if you have social media because of the abundance of information that is on a 'Profile'.

This book was extremely helpful for myself in understanding the different social media platforms and how they work in our culture not just for personal use but as a business model as well. I'm taking a Social Journalism class this semester and this book includes a lot of information that we talk about in the class. Where are the platforms going? How will they evolve?
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5.0 de 5 estrelas excellent overview of social network operations 13 de fevereiro de 2015
Por Sisipherr - Publicada na Amazon.com
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This book so excellently explained platform interoperability and algorithmic persuasion that I assigned it as the course textbook for my multimedia rhetoric course. My students who were studying social media or business and marketing found it very illuminating. The freshman in my class admitted that it was very dense, especially the chapter that looks at actor network theory. I feel that this text clarified many complicated topics and delivered very objective reviews of governance systems. According to my student reviews on end of semester evaluations, however, it is certainly best for readers with a fair amount of background knowledge in the area.
5.0 de 5 estrelas A "Must Read" for anyone with a social media presence! 10 de abril de 2015
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I rarely write reviews but after reviewing LinkedIn's policy on charging a minimum of $30 to see who anonymous lurkers are viewing your resume/vita information, I remembered the work of Jose van Dijck and am grateful to have read The Culture of Connectivity. Ironically, one would think every social media executive would have read this text long before a mere digital innovation professor. But alas, social media employees who fail to read this will not fully understand the new relationship between the consumer/client/member and the provider/owner/company. Anyone with a social media presence should read this text ASAP.
4.0 de 5 estrelas Academic yet Entertaining 11 de dezembro de 2013
Por Laura - Publicada na Amazon.com
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Although this book could be used for media studies courses and even as an introductory IT course covering how data is / can be used (as well as advertising as it touches on that as well), I found it to be a well-written, informative and entertaining read simply for enjoyment. In other words, it is not dry or boring.
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