Domestication of Media and Technology

Berker, Thomas, Hartmann, Maren, Punie, Yves, Ward, Katie

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Synopsis: This text provides an overview of a key concept in media and technology studies, that is domestication. It includes theories around domestication, that shed light upon the process, in which a technology changes its status, from outrageous novelty to an aspect of everyday life, which is taken for granted.

About the Author: Katie Ward was born in Somerset in 1979. She has worked in the public and voluntary sectors, including at a women's refuge center, in the office of a Member of Parliament, and in various community-based projects. She lives in Suffolk, England, with her husband and two cats.

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Title: Domestication of Media and Technology
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