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The hyperlinked society: questioning connections in the digital age

Authors and Corporations: Turow, Joseph (Other), Tsui, Lokman (Other)
Title: The hyperlinked society: questioning connections in the digital age/ Joseph Turow and Lokman Tsui, editors
Language: English
published:
Ann Arbor University of Michigan Press ©2008
[Place of publication not identified] HathiTrust Digital Library 2010
Series: The new media world
Item Description: 1 Online-Ressource (319 pages); illustrations, maps ; Includes bibliographical references (pages 289-303) and index ; Use copy Restrictions unspecified star MiAaHDL
Type of Resource: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
ISBN: 0472024531, 047290051X, 0472070436, 0472050435, 1282444654, 9781282444652, 9780472070435, 9780472900510, 9780472050437, 9780472024537
Description
"Links" are among the most basic--and most unexamined--eatures of online life. Bringing together a prominent array of thinkers from industry and the academy, The Hyperlinked Society addresses a provocative series of questions about the ways in which hyperlinks organize behavior online. How do media producers' considerations of links change the way they approach their work, and how do these considerations in turn affect the ways that audiences consume news and entertainment? What role do economic and political considerations play in information producers' creation of links? How do links shape the size and scope of the public sphere in the digital age? Are hyperlinks "bridging" mechanisms that encourage people to see beyond their personal beliefs to a broader and more diverse world? Or do they simply reinforce existing bonds by encouraging people to ignore social and political perspectives that conflict with their existing interests and beliefs? This pathbreaking collection of essays will be valuable to anyone interested in the now taken for granted connections that structure communication, commerce, and civic discourse in the world of digital media"--Publisher's description
Introduction: on not taking the hyperlink for granted /Joseph Turow --Structuring a marketplace of attention /James G. Webster --The hyperlink as organizing principle /Alexander Halavais --Hyperlinking and the forces of "massification" /Philip M. Napoli --The hyperlink in newspapers and blogs /Lokman Tsui --The role of expertise in navigating links of influence /Eszter Hargittai --Google, links, and popularity versus authority /Seth Finkelstein --The hyperlinked news organization /Martin Nisenholtz --How hyperlinks ought to change the advertising business /Tom Hespos --Hyperlinks and marketing insight /Stacey Lynn Schulman --Hyperlinking and advertising strategy /Eric Picard --From hyperlinks to hyperties /Marc A. Smith --The morality of links /David Weinberger --Linked geographies: maps as mediators of reality /Stefaan G. Verhulst --Will peasants map? Hyperlinks, map mashups, and the future of information /Jeremy W. Crampton --The social hyperlink /Lada A. Adamic --Are hyperlinks "weak ties"? /Markus Prior --What is the online public sphere good for? /Matthew Hindman.