altIgThe Cell Phone Reader offers a diverse, eclectic set of essays that examines how this rapidly evolving technology is shaping new media cultures, new forms of identity, and media-centered relationships. The contributors focus on a range of topics, from horror films to hip-hop, from religion to race, and draw examples from across the globe. altIgThe Cell Phone Reader provides a road map for both scholars and beginning students to examine the profound social, cultural and international impact of this small device.8 Keitai or Ke-tai is the word for cell phone in Japan, which roughly means aquot;an extension of onea#39;s hand. ... It is a mobile, location- integrated, community and instant messaging service allowing users to share their current personal status ( location, activity, mood) publicly and privately with ... Retrieved April 5, 2005, from jbonline.terra.com.br/jb/online/internet/dcstaque/ 2003/04/onlintdes20030403002 .html.
|Title||:||The Cell Phone Reader|
|Author||:||Anandam P. Kavoori, Noah Arceneaux|
|Publisher||:||Peter Lang - 2006-01-01|