Mary Chayko

Sep 13, 2016


The Internet, Digital Media, and Techno-Social Life

Sage 2016

purchase at New technology has made us more connected than ever before. This has its advantages: instantaneous communication, expanded circles of influence, access to more information. And, of course, our connectedness has concomitant drawbacks including issues with privacy and safety. In Superconnected: The Internet, Digital Media, and Techno-Social Life (Sage, 2016), Mary Chayko, a professor at the Rutgers University School of Communication and Information, examines the influence technology is having on society and the ways that members of society are shaping the uses of new technology. Using scholarship from communications, information studies, sociology and other fields, Chayko weaves together an interdisciplinary analysis of what our myriad connections mean for the present and for the future.

Listen on the New Books Network:

Listen to more episodes on:

Your Host

Jasmine McNealy

Learn More

Also Hosted By Jasmine McNealy