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Content Introduction Digital Citizens Ramón Reichert and Karin Wenz 5 I Digital Citizenship: Historical and Methodological Overview Mapping a Changing Field A Literature Review on Digital Citizenship Louise Jørring, António Valentim and Pablo Porten-Cheé 11 The Ironies of Digital Citizenship Educational Imaginaries and Digital Losers Across Three Decades Lina Rahm 39 II Digital Literacy and Social Regulation The New Media, the Youth and Renegotiation of Ethnic and Religious Identity in Nigeria Nelson Obinna Omenugha and Henry Chigozie Duru 65 Cognition On

University Frankfurt in the interdisci- plinary research-group “Transformations of Privacy”. Marisa McGarry is a Lecturer in Digital Culture at Bowdoin College. Stefania Milan is Assistant Professor of New Media at the University of Amster- dam and Principal Investigator at DATACTIVE, investigating the evolution of activism vis-à-vis datafication. Dhiraj Murthy is an Associate Professor at the School of Journalism and the Department of Sociology at the University of Texas at Austin. Jennifer Pybus is a Senior Lecturer at the London College of Communication. Ramón

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Translation | 109 3. New Media | 117 Media Studies | 119 What are New Media? | 121 Mixed Reality | 127 Layers and Filters | 130 The Social Operating System | 136 Network Pragmatics | 137 Connectivity | 138 Flow | 142 Communication | 144 Private and Public | 151 Mass Media and Representation | 154 The Socio-Sphere | 157 The Collective | 160 Transparency | 161 Participation | 166 Authenticity | 171 Flexibility | 181 Conclusion | 191 Bibliography | 193

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Andréa Belliger, David J. Krieger Network Publicy Governance Digital Society | Volume 20 Andréa Belliger is director of Learning Services at the University of Teacher Education in Lucerne and also director of the Institute for Communication & Leadership. Her research focuses on digital transformation, new media, com- munication science, e-health, and fintech. David J. Krieger is director at the Institute for Communication & Leadership in Lucerne, Switzerland. His research focus lies on new media, communication, system theory, and network theory. Andréa

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Things into Play | 92 Sensemaking and Narrative | 103 Narrative and Cognitive Science | 112 Localizing and Globalizing | 136 Conclusion | 144 4. The New Media Revolution and the Network Society | 147 What are New Media? | 150 The Socio-Technical Ensemble | 159 Network Norms | 165 Conclusion | 172 5. Organizing Networks in the Digital Age | 173 Organizing Networks in Business | 174 Organizing Networks in Education | 195 Organizing Networks in Healthcare | 214 Organizing Networks in Civil Society | 223 Conclusion | 233 6. Conclusion | 243 Literature | 251

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Inhalt Claudia Gemmeke / Hartmut John / Harald Krämer Vorwort 9 Harald Krämer Einleitung 11 Information Martin Warnke Informationstechnologie – das digitale Monopol 21 Kim H. Veltman New Media and Transformations in Knowledge (I) 35 Michael Giesecke Herkunft und Zukunft der Museen als kulturelle Informationsspeicher 63 Bazon Brock Imaging 79 Von der In-Formation zur Kommunikation 5 Kommunikation Beatrice von Bismarck Demokratisierte Vermittlungen? 93 Neue Medien, Kunstinstitutionen und künstlerische Praxis Gudrun Gersmann Schöne Welt der bunten

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David J. Krieger, Andréa Belliger Interpreting Networks David J. Krieger is co-director at the Institute for Communication & Leader- ship, Lucerne, Switzerland. His research focus is on new media, communica- tion, system theory, and network theory. Andréa Belliger is pro-rector of the Teacher’s Training University of Lucerne and co-director of the Institute for Communication & Leadership. Her research focus is on e-society, new media, communication science, and e-health. David J. Krieger, Andréa Belliger Interpreting Networks

paper “The New Media, the Youth and Renegotiation of Ethnic and Religious Identity in Nigeria” the new media use of the population of young Nigerians “with the view to assessing how much their use habit may have exposed them to this sort of socialization”. In their analysis, they conclude that the quest to promote cross-ethnic and cross-religious tolerance and harmony in Nigeria should discuss the opportunities presented by the new media. Against this background, they suggest that policymakers and other relevant institutions should work towards maximizing

der bildenden Künste Wien. ◆ thErESIA ENzENSBErgEr ist Herausgeberin des Magazins »Block«. ◆ urSulA FrOhNE ist Professorin für Kunstgeschichte an der Universität Köln. ◆ ANDrEAS gEBESMAIr ist Dozent am Department Medienwirtschaft der FH St. Pölten. ◆ NADjA gEEr ist freie Autorin (Berlin). ◆ cArOlIN gErlItz ist Assistant Professor of New Media an der Universität Amsterdam. ◆ hANS ulrIch guMBrEcht ist Pro- fessor of Comparative Literature and of French and Italian an der Stanford University. ◆ thOMAS hEcKEN ist Professor für Germanistik an der

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A u t o r i n n e n u n d A u t o r e n ◆ chriStinA BArtz ist Professorin für Fernsehen und digitale Medien an der Universität Paderborn. ◆ mOritz BASSlEr ist Professor für Germanistik an der Universität Münster. ◆ SimOn BiElinG ist akademischer Mitarbeiter an der HfG Karlsruhe. ◆ hEinz DrüGh ist Professor für Germanistik an der Goethe- Universität Frankfurt. ◆ SOnJA EiSmAnn ist Co-Chef redakteurin des »Missy Magazine«, freie Autorin und Kulturwissen- schaftlerin (Berlin). ◆ cArOlin GErlitz ist Assistant Professor in New Media and Digital Culture

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