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a period beginning in the last quarter of the 20th century when information became easily accessible through publications and through the manipulation of information by computers and computer networks

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A growing number of researchers of girls' digital culture are challenging the problematic and simplistic raced, classed, and gendered assumptions underpinning explanations of girls' digital practices and the notion that girls' relational bullying is exceptional (Garcia-Gomez 245).
Webb said the best way to test the system is to take a culture that is used to being analog and bringing it into the digital culture.
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He serves as a consultant to the Brazilian ministry of culture and the United Nations Development Programme, advising on public policies for digital culture.
Leading media sales company Publicitas has announced that it is partnering with Mashable, the leading media company for the Connected Generation and the voice of digital culture, to help expand the publisher's commercial opportunities with brand partners in Continental Europe.
Thanks to the influx of mobile devices and constant online access, the intersection of food culture and digital culture is "Digital Food Life," which is also the name of a new syndicated study from The Hartman Group, now available through Produce Marketing Association (PMA).
In the new role, Jagannathan will be responsible for building the digital framework, embedding a digital culture and driving the digital transformation across all parts of the proposed IDFC bank, covering all products, clients and employees.
Our challenge is to become witnesses for Christ in this strange new world, to enter into dialogue with the digital culture," he told the Telegraph.
The Spanish Tourist Office has launched its free digital culture and arts magazine SPN via an app on Android, Apple and Kindle Fire platforms to showcase contemporary Spanish design, arts, culture, gastronomy and travel.
Hong Kong, Nov 13, 2013 - (ACN Newswire) - On 11 November 2013, China Digital Culture (Group) Ltd.
Each of them participated in a 2013 conference sponsored by the Pontifical Council for Social Communication and the Communication Department of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops aimed at encouraging more research in and theological reflection on the growing world of social media and digital culture.
Nancy Thumim, Self-Representation and Digital Culture, New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, 2012, 205 pp.
While the degree and nature of children's involvement varies according to age, interest, opportunity and parental support, by the time they leave primary school, most students will have had significant engagement with popular culture, media and new technologies, including active first hand experience of digital culture and the online world.
Matt's point is that while these patterns are still familiar to us, they have been joined by a huge number of new ones, enabled by and existing within digital culture.
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