Digital afkobling

Digital afkobling I takt med den øgede forskningsmæssige interesse i brugen af digitale medier, særligt sociale medier, har der også været en gryende interesse for brugernes modstand imod samme medier. Denne modstand er blevet studeret under betegnelser som “media refusal” (Portwood-Stacer 2013), “digital diet” (Brabazon 2012) og “unplugging” (Gerodimos 2017). De to begreber, som har […]

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Forfatter Christoffer Bagger
Emneredaktør Jesper Tække
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Bagger under udgivelse, Fast 2021, Portwood-Stacer 2013, Syvertsen 2020


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