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As people use self-tracking devices and other digital technologies, they generate increasing quantities of personal information online. These data have many benefits, but they can also be accessed and exploited by third parties.
Using rich examples from popular culture and empirical research, Deborah Lupton develops a fresh and intriguing perspective on how people make sense of and use their personal data, and what they know about others who use this information. Drawing on feminist new materialism theory and the anthropology of material culture, she acknowledges the importance of paying attention to embodied experiences, as well as discourses and ideas, in identifying the ways in which people make and enact data, and data make and enact people. Arguing that personal data are more-than-human phenomena, invested with diverse forms of vitalities, Lupton reveals significant implications for data futures, politics and ethics.
Lupton's novel approach to understanding personal data will be of interest to students and scholars in media and cultural studies, sociology, anthropology, surveillance studies, information studies, cultural geography and science and technology studies.
|Format:||Hardback, 208 pages||Language:||English|
|Dimension:||21.08cm x 13.97cm x 1.78cm||ISBN10:||1509536418|
|Weight:||318g||ISBN13:||9781509536412||Publication Date:||04 Oct 2019||Publisher:||Polity Press|
‘Deborah Lupton lucidly explains how data, human bodies and “selves” are inextricably entwined in our contemporary digital world. This is a perfect sequel to her excellent The Quantified Self.
’José van Dijck, author of The Culture of Connectivity and The Platform Society‘An exciting study of human-data interactions in a digital era. From digitized pregnancy to worries about the surveillant use of personal data by third parties, there’s much here to stimulate debate. A must-read marker for digital sociology in the twenty-first century.
’David Lyon, Queen’s University, Canada"Data Selves puts forward a thorough and complete theory of human-data entanglement. Its strength lies in its breadth and ambition, uniting a variety of fields of study to produce nuanced views that will be fruitful for readers from both humanistic and social-scientific disci-plines. Ultimately, Lupton’s monograph represents a thoughtful and novel exploration of media-human ontology, rich with diverse examples, which will benefit undergraduates, graduate students, and scholars alike."Journal of Cinema and Media Studies
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