9780816648719

Digitize This Book! : The Politics of New Media, or Why We Need Open Access Now

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  • ISBN13:

    9780816648719

  • ISBN10:

    0816648719

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2008-09-23
  • Publisher: Univ of Minnesota Pr
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Summary

In the sciences, the merits and ramifications of open accessthe electronic publishing model that gives readers free, irrevocable, worldwide, and perpetual access to researchhave been vigorously debated. Open access is now increasingly proposed as a valid means of both disseminating knowledge and career advancement. In Digitize This Book! Gary Hall presents a timely and ambitious polemic on the potential that open access publishing has to transform both papercentric humanities scholarship and the institution of the university itself.

Author Biography

Gary Hall is professor of media and performing arts at Coventry University

Table of Contents

Acknowledgmentsp. vii
Introduction: Another University Is Possiblep. 1
Notes on Creating Critical Computer Mediap. 19
Internethics
Why All Academic Research and Scholarship Should Be Made Available in Online Open-Access Archives-Now!p. 39
Judgment and Responsibility in the Wikipedia Erap. 55
Print This!p. 80
IT, Again; or, How to Build an Ethical Institutionp. 88
Hyperpolitics
Antipolitics and the Internetp. 105
The Specificity of New Mediap. 151
HyperCyberDemocracyp. 167
Conclusion: Next-Generation Cultural Studies?p. 187
The Singularity of New Mediap. 208
Notesp. 217
Bibliographyp. 271
Indexp. 292
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