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Communication in the New Hybrid Ontoligies
From Platforms to the Metaverse
This book explores the recent evolution of the digital media and communication. If media are not just tools, but complex environments capable of reshaping our social identities and cultural values, it is fundamental to understand their interactions with our being. Between the recent enthusiastic narrative on the Fourth Industrial Revolution and the Neo-Critical approaches against the domination of ...
The New Generational Nuclei Generational nuclei are like those found in atoms: structural dimensions held together by their positive charge which releases a binding energy. Generational nuclei cannot be defi ned so precisely, but their activity can be observed and tested just like their atomic counterparts. The generational nuclei are identifi ed through ethno-antropological observation and produce ...
Pop Music, Media, and Youth Cultures
From the Beat Revolution to the Bit Generation
In 2016, the Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to the singer and songwriter Bob Dylan "for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition." This suggests how important pop music is in the contemporary society, and highlights how blurred are traditional boundaries across all forms of art. Pop music is strictly connected to mass media, mass culture, the youth universe, ...
Annalisa Buffardi, Lello Savonardo
Digital Cultures, Innovation and Startup
The Contamination Lab Model
The book focuses on the relationships between technological and social innovations, and the new opportunities and challenges that the education system is facing. The dissertation explores the intertwines between the educational scenarios and the contemporary social, economic, and cultural contexts. In particular, we discuss the Contamination Lab (CLab) experience, which started in Italian universities ...