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- Verlag: Beacon Press
- Seitenzahl: 216
- Erscheinungstermin: 10. März 2020
- Abmessung: 236mm x 158mm x 27mm
- Gewicht: 470g
- ISBN-13: 9780807061688
- ISBN-10: 0807061689
- Artikelnr.: 57017976
New Divides (or, Old Divides Made New)
Aschoff introduces a creative and appealing way to discuss societal issues; this book will make readers contemplate their relationship with their phone and their own place in society.
[Aschoff] encourages us all to be more deliberate, thoughtful, and aware of how we impact our phones and how they impact us.
Aschoff s analysis of our relationship to our phones is relevant and urgent. She gives us enough context to understand our addictions, our willingness to be surveilled and manipulated, and, better yet, the avenues of resistance against the tech titans that increasingly control our time, attention, and futures.
Cathy O Neil, author of Weapons of Math Destruction: How Big Data Increases Inequality and Threatens Democracy and CEO of O Neil Risk Consulting & Algorithmic Auditing
An antidote to the typical screen panic, The Smartphone Society reframes our phones as a new frontier of American life. It s a useful read for anyone worried about how we live with technology, and that should be all of us.
Malcolm Harris, author of Kids These Days: The Making of Millennials
The Smartphone Society pierces the fog of the Silicon Valley fantasy, showing us how these little pocket computers control our lives for profit but also how they open new paths to justice. Nicole Aschoff has given us that rare book, packed with insights and written with verve. I will never look at my smartphone the same way and after reading The Smartphone Society, neither will you.
Jason W. Moore, professor of sociology and author of Capitalism in the Web of Life
The Smartphone Society is not your average tech book it s one about who controls our future. In our New Gilded Age, the book persuasively argues, it ll be either dictatorial tech giants or the democratic power of free citizens. I know which outcome I prefer, and I can think of few better intellectual defenders of a better, more just future than Aschoff.
Bhaskar Sunkara, editor and publisher, Jacobin magazine
In The Smartphone Society, Nicole Aschoff gives us fresh insight into how the device and our everyday lives have morphed into one another. She considers the good and the bad, and helps us to understand how the smartphone has reshaped society in innumerable ways. With accessible prose, she looks into selfies and social media, politics and protest, profit and women s unpaid work. It is a cogent read in the era of the smartphone.
Rich Ling, Shaw Foundation Professor of Media Technology, Nanyang Technological University