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The hyperlinked society : questioning connections in the digital age /

Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Turow, Joseph., Tsui, Lokman.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press : University of Michigan Library, c2008.
Series:The new media world
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Table of Contents:
  • Introduction.
  • On Not Taking the Hyperlink for Granted /
  • Joseph Turow
  • Pt. 1.
  • Hyperlinks and the Organization of Attention
  • Structuring a Marketplace of Attention /
  • James G.Webster
  • The Hyperlink as Organizing Principle /
  • Alexander Halavais
  • Hyperlinking and the Forces of "Massification" /
  • Philip M. Napoli
  • The Hyperlink in Newspapers and Blogs /
  • Lokman Tsui
  • The Role of Expertise in Navigating Links of Influence /
  • Eszter Hargittai
  • Google, Links, and Popularity versus Authority /
  • Seth Finkelstein
  • Pt. 2.
  • Hyperlinks and the Business of Media
  • The Hyperlinked News Organization /
  • Martin Nisenholtz
  • How Hyperlinks Ought to Change the Advertising Business /
  • Tom Hespos
  • Hyperlinks and Marketing Insight /
  • Stacey Lynn Schulman
  • Hyperlinking and Advertising Strategy /
  • Eric Picard
  • From Hyperlinks to Hyperties /
  • Marc A. Smith
  • Pt. 3.
  • Hyperlinks, the Individual and the Social
  • The Morality of Links /
  • David Weinberger
  • Linked Geographies: Maps as Mediators of Reality /
  • Stefaan G. Verhulst
  • Will Peasants Map? Hyperlinks, Map Mashups, and the Future of Information /
  • Jeremy W. Crampton
  • The Social Hyperlink /
  • Lada A. Adamic
  • Are Hyperlinks "Weak Ties"? /
  • Markus Prior
  • What Is the Online Public Sphere Good For? /
  • Matthew Hindman.