Digital Materialisms: Frameworks for Digital Media Studies

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Casemajor, Nathalie;

Since the 1980s, digital materialism has received increasing interest in the field of media studies. Materialism as a theoretical paradigm assumes that all things in the world are tied to physical processes and matter. Yet within digital media studies, the understanding... View more
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