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Author
Traxler John (Learning Lab, University of Wolverhampton, UK)
Title
New Media: Their Impact on Business, Information, Organisations, and Systems
Source
Scientific Publications / University of Economics in Katowice. Internet Communication Management International Week, 2012, s. 181-191, bibliogr. 28 poz.
Keyword
Środki masowego przekazu, Multimedia, Technologie mobilne
Mass media, Multimedia, Mobile technologies
Abstract
Personal mobile devices, the archetypical new media, are curiously both pervasive and ubiquitous, both conspicuous and unobtrusive, both noteworthy and taken-for-granted in the lives of most people. Almost everyone owns one and uses one, often more than one. Not only do they own them and use them but they also invest considerable time, effort and money choosing them, buying them, customising them, enhancing them and exploiting them. These devices express part or much of their owners' values, affiliations, identity and individuality through their choice and their use. They include smart-phones, satnav, games consoles, digital cameras, media players, netbooks and handheld computers. They are a central component of new media and a portal into new media. They are a challenge to the world of business, information and organisations. (...) The aim of this chapter is to outline the impact of those new media affording mobility and connectedness drawing, together ideas from a wide range of modern thinkers and ask about their effects on business, information, systems and organisations. The overall ambition is to solve problems or to set out specific conclusions but to draw the attention of researchers and academics working with business and organisations to pervasive and significant changes in the wider environment. (fragment of text)
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