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WelcometoDigitalCultures!欢迎至数字文化!

卷筒纸2.0是一个形成的“数字佃农“一个办法的把“对手段的生产成该产品的其工作(尼古拉斯卡尔)。我们别有一个选择上是否我们做社会媒体,该题是怎么样好我们做它(埃里克Qualman)数字文化是一个选修模覆盖一个广阔范围的主题有关至该收敛的每天生活做法中我们的生活和联网数字环境。这个模介绍您至键概念,主题和辩论中数字文化。该目标是至发展你的危急和独立理解的数字媒体环境,其政治 - 经济和文化上下文和其关系至问题的设计和管理。数字文化是接近通过历史,和设计观点那涉及都至我们的生活介做法和方法至该文化和政治的新信息和通讯技术。
Web2.0isaformof“Digital sharecropping,”awayofputting“the meansof production into the productof their work(NicholasCarr).Wed on ’thaveachoiceon whetherweDosocialmedia,theq uestionishowWELLwedoit(ErikQualman)DigitalCulturesisanelectivemodulecoveringabroadrangeoftopicsrelatingtotheconvergenceof everydaylife practiceswithinourlivedandnetworkeddigitalenvironments.This module introduces you to key concepts,themesanddebateswithindigitalcultures.Theaimistodevelopyour criticalandindependentunderstandingsofdigitalmedia environments,theirpolitical--‐economicandculturalcontexts andtheirrelationshiptoissues ofdesignandmanagement.Digitalcultures areapproachedthroughhistorical,anddesignperspectivesthatrelate bothtoourlived mediated practicesandapproachestothe culture andpoliticsofnewinformationandcommunicationstechnologies.

Assignments分配

这个模要求您至提交一个人文章分配。您是预期至工作同一个研究问题基于上一的该培训班四键主题。您将是问至发展一个4500字研究纸,哪一个将是破碎下成三1300字部分同都一个介绍和一个结论。Thismodulerequiresyoutosubmitoneindividual essayassignment. Youareexpectedtoworkwithresearchissuebased ooneofthecoursesfourkeythemes. Youwillbeaskedtodevelop4500wordresearchpaper,whichwillbebrokendownintothree1300wordsectionswithbothanintroductionandaconclusion.DigitalCulturesAssignment1:Research PaperDeadline20 May2014100%4500 words

ResearchPaper研究论文

Youressaywillprovidean in depthunderstandingto aresearch question thatyoudevelopwithyourown argumentand interpretiveframework.Todevelopyourresearchquestionintoanextendedessay,youwillneed to setoutand explorethreeseparateanddistinct aspectsof yourtopicwithexamplesorcase studiestointerpret and/or applyyourideas. Youressaymustbe450wordsinatraditional,academicwritingstylewithadeveloped setofreferencesand linksto relevantsources.

Plagiarism剽窃

Allsubmitted workwillbepassed through plagiarismdetection software.Ifplagiarismisdetected inyourwork,yourfinalgradewillbepenalizedheavily orworse,youmay failtheassignmentaltogether.Youshouldsubmitonlyyourownworkandwheneveryouhaveengagedwithsomeoneelse’swork,youshouldattribute clearlytothe source.Youcanviewthe WSAAcademicIntegrityHandbookontheSchool’sIntranetviatheSUSSED portal. #p#分页标题#e#

Hand--‐inRequirements要求

TheMAAssessmentGuidelines whichis underpostgraduatesection,assessment pp.5--‐6 onthe WSAsiteoSussed.3.7 WorkNotSubmittedandLateWork.Meeting deadlinesareanimportantpartofthedisciplineofhighereducation,and marksforworkhanded in orpresentedlate willbe reducedtoensurefairnesstostudents whosubmitontime.Thereductions ofmarks forlateworkareas follows:Worksubmittedupto5daysafterthedeadlinewillbemarkedasusualandfeedbackprepared.Thefinalagreedmarkisthenreduced bythefactorsin thefollowingtable.Thisappliestoallstudentsfrom2013onwards.Ifthecalculationsdetailed belowreduceyourfinalmodulemarktobelow50%youwillhavefailedthemodule.UniversityWorkingDayslatedaylate (finalagreed mark)0.9dayslate (finalagreedmark)X0.8dayslate (finalagreedmark)X0.7dayslate (finalagreedmark)X0.6dayslate (finalagreedmark)X0.5Morethan5Zero 


DigitalCultures:OverviewSchedule数字文化:概述计划

Thismodulewillexploretheconstitutiveroledigitalcultureplaysin oureverydaylives.Togetherwewillsystematicallyworkthroughfourmainthemes:i)Mechanismsfor UnderstandingtheAffordancesofWeb 2.0;ii)Remix:CulturalPracticesofSocialMedia;iii)DigitalCultureand Politics;andiv)UnderstandingtheNewDigitalEconomy.Thefirstthemewillprovideanoverviewofwhataresocialmediaandthe digitalculturestheyproduce. Some ofthe questionswe willtrytoanswerinclude: WhatisWeb2.0 andhowhasthischanged theculturalflowsthatcirculatebetweenusers?ThesecondthemewillconsiderthemeaningofRemixandthe tensionsthatreside innewsharingeconomiescaughtinbetweenthe copyRightandthe copyLeft. Thethirdthemewill unpackthemeaningofnetworkpoliticsbyexploringtheeffective role socialmedia hasplayedinfacilitating recent politicalstruggles.Finally,the fourththeme willintroduce politicaleconomicperspective togauge howsocialmediahave impactedthe user, transformingthecultural andeconomicpracticesthat areembeddedinallnetworkedrelations. Themodule willbe delivered in two distinctmodes:i)onehourlectures,and ii)oneseminarworkshops.Theworkshopsare designedtoprovide more ‘hands--‐on’approach to thecoursecontentbeingdiscussedinthelectures. Thesesessionswill allowstudentstoworkthroughsome ofthecomplexideasthat wewillcover inthelectureandprovideanopportunitytoworkshoptheir ideasfortheirresearchpapers.

LecturesSeminarsReading Tasks讲座,研讨会+阅读任务

Readingisabsolutelyparamountto research and isthefirststep to anypieceofresearch.Itisimperativethat youdoyour readingsbeforeattendinglecturesandseminars.Lectureswillreferencevarioustexts,highlightkeyconceptsorprinciples,whileseminarsaremoreinformalsessions involvingdiscussionandyourparticipation.Eachweek’sseminarwillhaveasetreading thatyoumustreadbeforeattending theseminar.ReadingTask:Studentswillbe expectedtoleadseminarsinpairs andwillbeexpectedtofacilitateadiscussion based othequestionsthattheyhaveprepared.In addition,studentsin theclasswillbeexpectedpresentotheworktheypreparein groupsduringtheclass. #p#分页标题#e#
WEEK1830/31 JanuaryLecture–RSIntroductionSeminar1(Week18)Thefirstseminarwillconsistofintroductionsandexpectations.Togetherwewillgooverthestructureoftheclass andclarifyquestions.Keyquestion to consider:WhyistheLarson articleagoodexample ofdigitalculturesthatextendsthenormativepracticesofinformation sharing?ReadingLarson,S.2014.“Here’sanewwayFacebookisPushingYoutoShareYourContactInformation.”http://readwrite.com/2014/01/28/facebook--‐contact--‐informationrequest?utm_campaign=&awesm=readwr.it_e0sp&utm_medium=readwr.ittwitter&utm_source=t.co&utm_content=awesmsharetools--‐sharebuttons#awesm=~oukeEwGeaJUcLBFurtherReadingDeuze,M.,2006.Participation,Remediation,Bricolage:ConsideringPrincipalComponentsofaDigitalCulture.TheInformation Society22,pp.63–75.Deuze,M.,2009.MediaIndustries,WorkandLife.European JournalofCommunication24(4), pp.467--‐480.Manovich,L.,2001.TheLanguageofNewMediaCambridge,MA:MITPress.Week196/7 February(Theme3: DigitalCultureandPolitics)Lecture:NetworkPoliticsDr.JussiParikkawilltalkabout thenotionof “networkpolitics”:thepast yearsof globalattentionhasbeen osuch phenomenaastheso--‐calledArabSpring,TwitterandFacebook revolutions,the Occupy--‐movementandmostrecentlyvariouseventsinTurkeywheresocialmediaandonlinecultureplayedits ownpart.Thelecturewillcritically investigatecasestudies andsomekey concepts.Seminar2(Week19)Togetherwewillworkthrough thecasestudiesthatwereoutlined byDr.Parikka.Wewillworkshop whattheconceptofnetworkpoliticsmeanandconsiderthedifferentperspectivesofbothadvocatesandcritics.AcademicSkill:Identifyinganargument.Set Reading:E.Morozov,2011.TheNetDelusion.NewYork:PublicAffairs,selection. 
J.Hands.2010.“ActivisminDigitalCulture”.NewLeft Project,http://www.newleftproject.org/index.php/site/print_article/activism_in_a_digital_cultureGabriellaColeman,2011.“Anonymous:FromtheLulztoCollectiveAction”.TheNewEveryday.AMediaCommonsProject,April6,2011,http://mediacommons.futureofthebook.org/tne/pieces/anonymous--‐lulz--‐collective--‐actionFurtherReading:GregEpstein,“OnlineandOff,InformationControlPersistsinTurkey”.GlobalVoicesAdvocacy,July11,2013.http://advocacy.globalvoicesonline.org/2013/07/11/online--‐and--‐off--‐informationcontrol--‐persists--‐in--‐turkey/WEEK2013/14 February(Theme1: MechanismsUnderstandingtheAffordancesofWeb2.0)Lecture:Passive Audience vs.Active User“User:Onewhouses, youknow, ajunkie?GeneratedLikeagenerator, engine.Like, youknow, arobot?ContentSomethingthatfillsabox.Likeyouknow, packingpeanuts.”WhatisWeb2.0 andhowdoesitrelateto socialmedia?Whataresocialmediaaffordances?Andwhat doesit meanwhenscholarstalkaboutthetransformationofpassiveaudiencemembertotheactiveInternetusers?Todaywewillconsiderthosebasicmechanismsthatallowdigitalcultureto circulate.Seminar3(Week20)Inourseminarstudents willgainconfidenceinourunderstandingofWeb 2.0and considertheconceptof‘affordances’,whichdirectly effecthowdigitalculturecirculates withindigitalplatforms.Studentswillworkshopthese ideasingroups.AcademicSkill:Identifying aargumentSetReadingO’Reilly,T.,2012.WhatisWeb2.0?DesignPatternsandBusinessModelsfortheNextGenerationofSoftwareInM. Mandiberg(Ed.),TheSocialMediaReader,pp.32--‐52.Rosen,J.,2012.ThePeopleFormallyKnownastheAudienceInM.Mandiberg(Ed.),TheSocialMediaReader,pp.13--‐17.FurtherReadingsGilmour,D.2004.WetheMediaCalifornia:Sebastopol. http://www.authorama.com/we--‐the--‐media8.html.Jenkins,H.,Ford,S.and Green,J.2012.Spreadable Media:CreatingValue andMeaninginaNetworkedCulture.NewYork:NewYorkPress. #p#分页标题#e#
Week2120/21February (Theme1: MechanismsUnderstandingtheAffordancesofWeb2.0)Lecture:SocialandTechnologicalDeterminismHow importantisthemediumthroughwhichyouaccesscontent?Doyouunderstandinformationdifferentlywhen you read itasopposed to seeingitotelevision ordownloadingitoyourlaptop?ThesequestionsfallundertheparadigmofMedia/MediumTheoryasfirst developedbytheTorontoSchool.The studyofthe impactofmedium(i.e.printvs.internet)onthe mannerinwhichwe experience andunderstandcontentisanimportantpartofMedia studiesanddigitalculture.Seminar4(Week21)Thekeyconcepts wewillcoverintheseminarinclude:Media/Mediumtheory,TechnologicalDeterminismandSocialConstructivismofmedia.AcademicSkill:Howtolayoutanargument(differentsides) 
SetReading:Potts,J.,2008.Who’sAfraidofTechnologicalDeterminism?AnotherLookatMedium Theory.TheFibrecultureJournal12.http://twelve.fibreculturejournal.org/fcj--‐084--‐who%E2%80%99s--‐afraid--‐oftechnological--‐determinism--‐another--‐look--‐at--‐medium--‐theory/.AdditionalReadings:Haigh,Gideon.‘HowGoogleisMakingUsStupid’,TheMonthlyFebruary2006pp.25--‐33.Latour,Bruno.Reassembling theSocial:AnIntroductiontoActor--‐Network--‐Theory(Oxford:OxfordUniversityPress,2005).McLuhan,Marshall.UnderstandingMedia(London:Abacus,1974).Williams,Raymond.Television:TechnologyandCulturalForm(NewYork:Schocken,1975).WEEK2227/28February (Theme1: MechanismsUnderstandingtheAffordancesofWeb2.0)Lecture:Weareallparticipatorsnow!Isittimeforan“email sabbatical”?Whatarethemyriadwaysinwhichthedigitizationof cultureeffectshowwework,socializeorpoliticallyparticipate?Togetherwewillexamine whatitmeanstoliveinacultureinwhichsocial mediahasbecomesopervasive. Fromthepathological tothepossiblewewillconsiderhowthesetechnologiessimultaneouslyrestrictand extend ourlivesthroughtherearticulationof what wasonceconsidertwodiscretespheres:public andprivate.Seminar5(Week22)AcademicSkill:Howtobreakdownatopic?Thekeyconceptswewillexamineintheseminarinclude:thedigitizationofculture(whataretheimplicationssocial/economic/political)andtherearticulationofthepublicandprivatesphere.SetReading:boyd,d.,2012.ParticipatingintheAlways--‐OnLifestyleInM.Mandiberg(Ed.),TheSocialMediaReader,pp.71--‐76.Papacharissi,Z., 2011.“ANetworkedSelf.”NetworkedSelf:Identity,Community,andCultureonSocialNetworkSitesNewYork:Routledge.FurtherReadingGilpin,D.2011.“WorkingtheTwittershere:MicrobloggingasProfessionalIdentityConstruction.”ANetworkedSelf:Identity,Community,andCultureonSocialNetworkSitesNewYork:Routledge.Buckingham,D.2008.“IntroducingIdentity”.In D.Buckingham(Ed.).Youth identity,andigital  
mediaCambridge: MITPress.Deuze,M.2007.MediaWorkCambridge:Polity.WEEK236/7 March(Theme2--‐Remix:CulturalPracticesofSocialMedia)Lecture:Towardsan Understanding ofaCulture ofRemixAccordingto SivaVaidhyanathan “theopen--‐sourcewayisclosertohow humancreativityhasalwaysworked.”Throughouthistory,humanshavetakentools,reshapedthem,repurposedthemandturnedthemintosomethingnew. Inacademiawemightcall thispracticebuildingotheideasofothers, ifyouaredigitalsampleryoumightcallthisremix,ifyouare corporationyouwouldcallthiscopyright infringement.Today’sclasswillconsider howdigitalcultureof‘sharing’,conflicts withaproprietarylogicthatseeksto‘fenceoff’innovationformonetarygain.Seminar6ThekeyconceptswewilllookareRemixandthetensionbetweenparticipatoryculturesandcopyrightlaw.AcademicSkill:Howtobreakdownatopic?SetReading:Lessig,L.,2006.REMIX:HowCreativityisBeing Strangled bytheLaw.InM.Mandiberg(Ed.),TheSocialMedia Reader,pp.155--‐169.Vaidhyanathan,S.,2006.OpenSourceasCulture/CultureasOpenSource.InM.Mandiberg(Ed.),The SocialMedia Reader,pp.24--‐33.FurtherReadingsVaidhyanathan,S.,2004.CopyrightsandCopywrongs:The Rise ofIntellectualProperty andHowitThreatensCreativityNewYork: NewYorkPress.Kelty,C.2004.“Culture’sOpenSources:Software,Copyright,andCulturalCritique.”AnthropologicalQuarterly77(3). #p#分页标题#e#
WEEK2413/14March(Theme2--‐Remix:CulturalPracticesofSocialMedia)Lecture:GuestLecturePaulCaplanThemobilephoneanditsarmouryofappsisincreasinglytheweaponofchoiceinsemioticandpoliticalstruggle.Held aloftateventsand wielded atdemonstrationsthemobileas apparatus has setinmotionanewscopic regime.Morethanareplacementfortraditionalmediadevices orways ofseeing,asaread/writenetworked deviceitturnseveryimagerinto aremixartist:imagingwith photo appsbutalso usingotherappsto samplecontentfromnetworks,sharing,creatingdialecticalimagesorexercisesinmobiledétournement. Thephoneasa‘citizenmedia’remixological deviceclashes images andwords,comments andpostings,videos andstatus updates across thesmallscreenas wellassurveillance andsousveillance databases.Thislecturelooksat‘everydayremix’,thepracticeofusingamobilephonein everydayliferatherthan specificallyin ajournalistoractivistspace,thelectureoffers awayofexploringthetechnologyandthe media technologicalpractice throughthesoftware,hardware,humanandunhumanobjectsthat mixandremixacrossour screens.Seminar7WewillextendourdiscussionofRemixculture andconsiderthe case studythatwaslaidoutinthe lecture.AcademicSkill:Howtowriteanintroduction/conclusion?SetReading:Caplan,P.,2013.We’reAllRemixArtistsNow:EverydayRemix,AppsandObjects.http://theinternationale.com/everydayremix/index.html.FurtherReadingsCaplan,P.and Parikka,J.,2013.DigitalCommon Space:Remixability.in Hemment,D;Thompson,B;deVicente,Jand Cooper,(eds)DigitalPublicSpaces.FutureEverything.AvailableasPDFhere(http://cl.ly/2Q1D2i3O021K).Amerika,M.,2011,CreativeEvolution:NaturalSelection and theUrgeto Remix,http://livingbooksaboutlife.org/Knobel,M.&Lankshear,C.,2008,Remix:TheArtand CraftofEndlessHybridization,JournalofAdolescent&AdultLiteracy,52(1),pp.22--‐33Lessig,L.,2009,Remix :making artandcommercethriveinthehybrideconomy,NewYorkAmerika,M.,2011,RemixTheBook,UniversityofMinnesotaPress,MinneapolisNavas,E.,2012,RemixTheory:TheAestheticsofSampling,illustrateed.SpringerWien,NewYorkManovich,L.,2005,RemixingandRemixability.Availableathttp://imlportfolio.usc.edu/ctcs505/ManovichRemixModular.pdf 
Miller,P.D.,2004,RhythmScience(MediaworksPamphlet),Amerika,M.2011,SourceMaterialEverywhere[[G.]]Lit/ch RemiX]:Conversation with MarkAmerika,in DJGunkel&TGournelos(eds),Transgression 2.0:media,culture,and thepoliticsofadigitalage,Continuum,NewYork,pp.57--‐68 Week2520/21March(Theme3: DigitalCultureandPolitics)Lecture:TheendofAFK:MobileInternetubiquityand digitalnewsuse(Guestlecturer:JeremyMatthews)IntheUKandmanyothernationsamajorityofthepopulationnowregularlyaccessestheInternetthroughmobiledeviceslike smartphonesandtablets.Oneofthemostcommonactivitiesinwhichmobileusersnowengage inisreading anddiscussing thenews.Thissessionwillexplore howindividualsuseandengagewithdigital newsthroughmobiledevices,anddiscussissuesinhowthefragmentationof theopenwebthroughsocialmediaplatformsandmobileappsmayinfluencethepracticesofnewsorganisationsandthepublic’suseofdigital news.Seminar8(Week25)AcademicSkill:Howtobuildanargument(whatisaparagraphandhowtolinkthemtogether?).SetReading:Flew,Terry.“Whatwillthe Apple iPaddeliverforNewspapers?”CommunicationsPolicy andResearch Forum(2010).http://eprints.qut.edu.au/38699/2/38699.pdfAdditionalReading:Hestres,Luis.“AppNeutrality:Apple’sAppStoreandFreedomofExpressionOnline.”InternationalJournalofCommunication 7(2013)1265–1280.http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2032050Anderson,Chris.“TheWeb isDead?Debate.”Wired (August172010)http://www.wired.com/magazine/2010/08/ff_webrip_debate/WEEK2627/28 March(Theme4: UnderstandingtheNewDigitalEconomy)Lecture:ThanksforyourImmaterialLabour!:CulturalValue Added in the DigitalEconomyOurculturalpracticescannolongerbedistancedfrommarketrelations.Theexplosionofsocialnetworks,followed byfasterdigitalprocessingsystemsand advancesin thevisualization ofbigdatahaveallcontributed to anewdigitaleconomybasedonthe mediationofculture.Today’sclasswillexplore how‘we’,the user,orthe ‘consumer’are integratedintothe productionofvalue bytrying  #p#分页标题#e#
tounderstandtheculturalrepositorieswecollectivebuildonline.Howdoweassignvalueandhowisitconstantlyrepurposed?Seminar9: Keyconceptswe willlookatinclude:the prosumer,digitaleconomy,andthe conflationofplayandlabour.AcademicSkill:Howtoreference–Sample ofTurnitin.SetReadingsPybus,J.,2012.SocialNetworksandCulturalWorkers:TowardsandArchiveoftheProsumer.Journalof CulturalEconomy6(2), pp.137--‐152.WEEK27: NoClassEasterBreakWEEK28:NoClassEasterBreakWEEK29:NoClassEasterBreakWEEK30:NoClassEasterBreakWEEK311/2 May(Theme 4:Understandingthe NewDigitalEconomy)Lecture:DigitalEconomyApplied:AnInsideLookIntoChina’sGamingEconomyContinuingourdiscussion othenewdigitaleconomy,weturn to focusoChinaand theironlinegaming industry.WewillexaminewhatZhangand Fungcallthe“burgeoningsecondaryindustry”that hasemergedout of thosesocialandeconomicinteractionsbetweenthegamersandgaming. Wewillthereforeextendourconceptualframe ofimmateriallabourandthe prosumerandsee howthese ideascanhelp usunderstand howthisindustryhasbecomedependentotheproductiveplayofconsumers. SetReadings:Zhang,L.andFung,A.Y.H.,2014.“WorkingasPlaying? ConsumerLabour,Guildandthe SecondaryIndustryofOnlineGaminginChina.” NewMediaandSociety16(1),pp:38--‐54.FurtherReading:Chew,M.C.,2011.“VirtualProperty inChina:TheEmergenceofGamerRightsAwarenessandtheReaction ofGameCorporations”. NewMedia&Society13(5):722–738.Dyer--‐Witheford, N.andDe Peuter,G. 2009.GamesofEmpire:GlobalCapitalismandVideoGames.Minneapolis,MN/London:UniversityofMinnesotaPress. 
Hong,Y. 2008.“DistinctivecharacteristicsofChina’spathofICTdevelopment:acriticalanalysisofChinesedevelopmentalstrategiesin lightoftheEasternAsianmodel”. International Journal ofCommunication2:456–471.IDCandCGPA(2008)200ChinaGamingIndustryReportBeijing,China:RenminUniversityPress.WEEK328/9 MayWorkshop1:Studentcan cometo theworkshop sessionswiththedraft of their essaystoreceiveadditionalsupportandfeedback.Ourmainfocuswillbe ondevelopingthesisandunderstandinghowto applyexamples.Week3315/16 MayWorkshop2:Studentcan cometo theworkshop sessionswith thedraftoftheiressaystoreceive additionalsupportandfeedback.We willcontinue fromwhere we leftofflastweekandemphasize howto referencescholarlymaterial.  
EqualOpportunitiesInlinewiththeUniversity’sEqual OpportunitiesPolicy,individualsaretreatedon theirrelevantmeritsandabilitiesandare givenequalopportunitieswithinthe module,SchoolandUniversity.The aimofthe policyistoensurethatnoprospectiveorcurrentstudentshouldreceiveanylessfavourabletreatment onanygroundswhicharenot relevant toacademicabilityandattainment.Everyeffortismadetoensurethat disabled studentsareawareofand assisted in makinguseofthesupportprovidedbytheUniversity;toensure accesstolectures,classes,learning materials;andtoensurethatwherenecessaryappropriate variationstonormalexamining arrangementsaremade.OverallAimsAssessmentCriteriaThaimsofthismodule are to:EnableyoutopositionanddebateyourideasandworkwithincriticalcontextDevelopcritical thinkingaboutyourresearchExploreandcriticallyreflectonyourworkandideasEstablishwaysofworkingtoadvanceyourworkandideas#p#分页标题#e#

Knowledge and understanding知识和理解

Havingsuccessfullycompletedthemodule,youwillbeabletodemonstrateknowledgeand understandingof:TherelevanceandimportanceoftheideasandpracticesofyourpeersTechniquesapplicabletoyourownareasofinterestLearning resourcesandstudy skillstosupportyourresearchHowtoexperimentwithyourideasthroughdifferentworkingmethodologiesandreferencesCognitive (thinking)skillsHavingsuccessfullycompletedthemodule,youwillbeableto:Questionandarticulateconceptsofcontemporary DigitalCulturesresearchskills;criticallyadvanceyour ideas; andbeableto communicatethemclearly inawelllaidoutresearchpaper. 
 
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