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Volume 17, Number 5, 28 May 2014

Steps toward cosmopolitanism in the study of media technologies
pp. 560-571(12)
Authors: Boczkowski, Pablo Javier; Siles, Ignacio

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The hidden demography of new media ethics
pp. 572-593(22)
Authors: Latonero, Mark; Sinnreich, Aram

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Crowdsourcing CCTV surveillance on the Internet
pp. 609-626(18)
Author: Trottier, Daniel

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Capturing methodological trends in mobile communication studies
pp. 627-642(16)
Authors: Taipale, Sakari; Fortunati, Leopoldina

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Live methods
pp. 643-644(2)
Author: Sugiura, Lisa

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Twitter: social communication in the digital age
pp. 644-646(3)
Author: Lupton, Deborah

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Media life: we are media
pp. 646-651(6)
Author: Baker, Camille

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Immaterial bodies: affect, embodiment, mediation
pp. 651-652(2)
Author: MacCormack, Patricia

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Ubiquitous photography: digital media and society series
pp. 653-655(3)
Author: Cross, Karen

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