Re-Thinking Leisure in a Digital Age

Digital Worlds And Cultures Social Media, Web 2.0, Youtube, Wearable Technologies, Health And Fitness Apps Dominate, If Not Order, Our Everyday Lives We Are No Longer Just Consumers Or Readers Of Digital Culture But Active Producers Through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Youtube And Other Emerging Technologies This Book Is Predicated On The Assumption That Out Understanding Of Our Everyday Lives Should Be Informed By What Is Taking Place In And Through Emerging Technologies Given These Virtual Environments Provide A Crucial Context Where Traditional, Categorical Assumptions About The Body, Identity And Leisure May Be Contested Far From Being Virtual , The Body Is Constituted Within And Through Emerging Technologies In Material Ways Recent Moral Panics Over The Role Of Digital Cultures In Teen Suicide, Digital Drinking Games, An Endless Array Of Homoerotic Images Of Young Bodies Being Linked With Steroid Use, Disordered Eating And Body Dissatisfaction, Facebook Games Fundraising Campaigns E.g For Breast Cancer , Movements Devoted To Exposing Everyday Sexism Metoo, Twitter Abuse Of Feminists, Of Athletes, Of Racist Nature To Name But A Few , Speak To The Need For Critical Engagement With Digital Cultures While Some Of The Earlier Techno Utopian Visions Offered The Promise Of Digitality To Give Rise To Participatory, User Generator Collaborations, Within This Book We Provide Critical Engagement With Digital Technologies And What This Means For Our Understandings Of Leisure Cultures.The Chapters Originally Published In A Special Issue In Leisure Studies.Re-Thinking Leisure in a Digital Age

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[KINDLE] ❄ Re-Thinking Leisure in a Digital Age  ❧ Michael Silk –
  • Hardcover
  • 144 pages
  • Re-Thinking Leisure in a Digital Age
  • Michael Silk
  • 09 October 2017
  • 9781138325418

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