Posts Tagged ‘ App Culture ’

The New Hegemonic Hierarchy: Tracking (Men’s) Athletic Activity

January 29, 2016
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The New Hegemonic Hierarchy: Tracking (Men’s) Athletic Activity

Are networked fitness-tracking apps another tool to preserve male hegemony? Rebecca Feasey pokes at the latest trend in MAMIL (Middle-Aged Man In Lycra)–ian behavior.
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The App Imaginary: Report from the Apps and Affect Conference

November 4, 2013
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The App Imaginary: Report from the Apps and Affect Conference

Jeremy Morris provides a report from the Apps and Affect conference held back in mid-October, which brought together a wide range of new media scholars to examine the relations between mobile apps and their networked context.
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