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¿Cómo leemos en la sociedad digital?

¿Cómo leemos en la sociedad digital?

Author: Francisco Cruces Villalobos, AA. VV.
Publisher: Lectura Plus
ISBN: 8408180177
Pages:
Year: 2017-11-27
Pocas prácticas cotidianas han ocupado un lugar tan importante en la conformación del sujeto moderno como la lectoescritura. Nuestras formas de trabajo y organización, de conocimiento y poder, de placer y fantasía, resultan impensables sin ella. La práctica lectora atraviesa por igual nuestras jerarquías morales y nuestra vida cotidiana.
AC/E Digital Culture Annual Report.

AC/E Digital Culture Annual Report.

Author: Javier Celaya, Jovanka Adzic, Luis Miguel Cencerrado, Pablo Gervás, José Manuel Menéndez, Elena Neira, Emma Rodero, Nuria Rodríguez, Mario Tascón, Elisa Yuste
Publisher: Acción Cultural Española, AC/E
ISBN: 8415272936
Pages: 189
Year: 2018-04-17
The AC/E Digital Culture Annual Report is a publication which looks at the impact of the internet on our society. Its aim is to delve into the transformation happening within the arts and culture sector and to help entities and professionals create experiences that are in line with the expectations of 21st century consumers. The first part of the 2018 edition brings together texts from professionals in the arts and culture sector as well as from experts in the digital field, in order to get up to speed on important issues regarding main trends. Every year the second part of the edition (Focus) looks at the changes happening among readers and reading material. The aim is to outline a map of digital reading material. Mario Tascón takes a close look at our most connected cities that have been created by the latest interconnected devices and the Internet of Things. He then analyses the role that cultural spaces are destined to perform within these cities. Next, JosО Manuel MenОndez and David Jimeno Bermejo describe the latest challenges faced by immersive technologies and its growing role within the ecosystem of digital content. The Experimental UNIT of the University of Valencia reviews its experience with the use of digital design and analyses how the latest possibilities of mobile devices can offer resources for the construction of the museography debate. Jovanka Adzic discusses a burning issue. In her analysis on the evolution of social networks and their continuously expanding influence on our way of life, she also takes a look at the problem of fake news on the internet. Jovanka goes on to refl ect on the competitive advantage of FANG obtained through large volumes of social data, within an economy driven by Big Data. Elena Neira takes a look at the impact of consumption of on-screen culture and the business models that are based on subscriptions— the so-called “Netfl ix model”. And Emma Rodero – in line with this year’s central theme of Focus – examines the theme of orality and analyses the growing influence of sound and voice in the digital era. Pablo GervЗs builds on the concept of computational creativity and its impact on literary creation. We have a total of seven articles by renowned experts to help us learn and reflect on the changes affecting our society as a whole and to give us a glimpse of new opportunities for the sector of arts and culture. Every year the second part of the edition (Focus) reflects and explains – through the use of best-practice examples both nationally and internationally – the biggest changes happening among readers and reading material in the digital era. The main objective of this section is to present a unified view on the matter. Authors Luis Miguel Cencerrado, Elisa Yuste and Javier Celaya outlines a map to help us navigate with ease through all types of texts; highlighting the role of the reader in the current context of hybrid literature (paper, digital, audio, visual, transmedia, etc.) which is favoured by the digital era we live in. The annual review is published in both Spanish and English, in PDF and EPUB format and can be downloaded for free under the licence of Creative Commons. The publication can be downloaded on the AcciЧn Cultural EspaЦola website in the section digital publications. A copy can also be obtained from major distributors of national and international digital books.
Anuario AC/E de cultura digital 2018

Anuario AC/E de cultura digital 2018

Author: Javier Celaya, Jovanka Adzic, Luis Miguel Cencerrado, Pablo Gervás, José Manuel Menéndez, Elena Neira, Emma Rodero, Nuria Rodríguez, Mario Tascón, Elisa Yuste
Publisher: Acción Cultural Española
ISBN: 8415272928
Pages: 201
Year: 2018-04-17
El Anuario AC/E de cultura digital es una publicación que refleja el impacto que Internet está teniendo en nuestra sociedad con el fin de profundizar en la transformación del sector cultural y ayudar a sus entidades y profesionales a crear experiencias en línea con las expectativas de los usuarios del siglo XXI. La primera parte de esta edición de 2018 reúne textos de profesionales de la cultura y especialistas del entorno digital para hacer una puesta al día sobre temas trascendentes entre las principales tendencias. Como cada año, la segunda parte propone un Focus centrado en los cambios que experimentan la lectura y los lectores con el propósito de trazar un mapa de lectura digital. Así Mario Tascón profundiza en las ciudades conectadas que han generado los nuevos dispositivos interconectados y el Internet de las Cosas, para después perfilar el rol que los espacios culturales están llamados a protagonizar en ellas. A continuación José Manuel Menéndez y David Jimeno Bermejo describen los nuevos retos de las tecnologías inmersivas y su consolidación en el ecosistema de los contenidos. Mientras el equipo de UNIT Experimental de la Universidad de Valencia repasa su experiencia en el uso del diseño digital y analiza cómo las nuevas posibilidades de los dispositivos móviles ofrecen recursos para la construcción del discurso museográfico. Jovanka Adzic nos trae una cuestión de plena actualidad. En su análisis sobre la evolución de las redes sociales y su cada vez mayor influencia en la forma de vida de las personas, también toca el problema de las noticias falsas en la red y plantea una reflexión seria sobre las ventajas competitivas de los enormes volúmenes de Social Data que acumulan las FANG en una economía impulsada por el Big Data. Por su parte, Elena Neira, vuelve su mirada al impacto del consumo cultural en pantalla y los modelos de negocio basados en la suscripción, el denominado modelo Netflix”. Y Emma Rodero se acerca al tema del Focus de este año en su revisión de la oralidad para luego analizar el creciente peso de la voz y el sonido en la era digital. Mientras Pablo Gervás desarrolla el concepto de creatividad computacional y su impacto en la creación literaria. En total 7 artículos de expertos destacados para ayudarnos a conocer y reflexionar sobre los cambios en los que está inmersa nuestra sociedad en su conjunto, y tras los que también se adivinan nuevas oportunidades para el sector cultural. La segunda parte del Anuario plantea, como cada año, un Focus que reflexiona y expone, a través de ejemplos de buenas prácticas nacionales e internacionales, los grandes cambios que están experimentando la lectura y los lectores en la era digital con el objetivo de dar una visión de conjunto sobre esta cuestión. Sus autores, Luis Miguel Cencerrado, Elisa Yuste y Javier Celaya, trazan así un mapa para ayudarnos a conocer y a movernos con desenvoltura entre todo tipo de textos, destacando la figura del lector en el contexto actual de lectura híbrida (papel, digital, audio, visual, transmedia, etc.) que es la que propicia la era digital que nos ha tocado vivir. Los anuarios se publican en español e inglés, en formatos PDF y EPUB, y con descarga gratuita bajo una licencia de Creative Commons tanto en la web de Acción Cultural Española, en la sección de publicaciones digitales, así como en las principales distribuidoras de libros digitales nacionales e internacionales.
The New Leaders

The New Leaders

Author: Paolo A.Ruggeri
Publisher: Engage Editore
ISBN: 8889380187
Pages: 250
Year: 2015-02-18
«The motivational drive that led me to write my first book, THE NEW LEADERS, sprang from the need to understand group dynamics and how to manage groups successfully: improving others and above all helping them to live a better, more fulfilling and proactive life. After all, people’s success is measured by the success of those around them.» Paolo Ruggeri This book, written in simple and stimulating language, is the fruit of over ten years of research. It provides an analytical description of the successful solutions adopted by managers and entrepreneurs who have been successful in creating groups of extremely motivated and productive people. The book is divided into three parts. In the first part we analyze a number of factors and causes that lead the manager’s effectiveness to decline; in the second part we provide a very detailed analysis of staff motivation; the third and last part analyzes the character and philosophy of the motivational manager and company. It includes case histories of companies that have successfully resolved personnel management problems, providing many practical examples that every manager and entrepreneur can immediately apply in order to improve their staff’s productivity.
The Ethnography of Reading

The Ethnography of Reading

Author: Jonathan Boyarin
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520081331
Pages: 285
Year: 1993
"A very satisfying, diverse treatment of a topic that has been ignored because it has been hard to treat."--George E. Marcus, Rice University
Juego de reinas (Edición mexicana)

Juego de reinas (Edición mexicana)

Author: Sarah Gristwood
Publisher: Ariel México
ISBN: 6077474673
Pages:
Year: 2018-02-15
La Europa del siglo XVI contempló una explosión de poder femenino. Las mujeres tuvieron un poder sin precedentes. Isabel de Castilla, en traje de armadura, siguió a sus soldados al campo de batalla. Margaret de Austria y Luisa de Saboya, dos reinas regentes, pusieron fin a años de guerra con su «Paz de las Damas». Ana Bolena fue criada en la corte de Margarita de Austria, rodeada de mujeres poderosas; Su hija, Isabel Tudor, creció para ser una de las reinas más famosas de la historia. Con sus límites y sus decisiones, estas mujeres fueron también madres e hijas, mentoras y protegidas, aliadas y enemigos. Por primera vez, Europa vio una hermandad de mujeres que ejercían su autoridad de una manera exclusivamente femenina y que no se equipararía hasta los tiempos modernos. Una fascinante biografía de grupo y una emocionante epopeya política, Juego de reinas explora las vidas de algunas de las reinas más queridas (y vilipendiadas) de la historia. Desde el surgimiento de esta era de reinas hasta su eventual colapso, una cosa será ya cierta: Europa nunca sería la misma.
Theories of Reading

Theories of Reading

Author: Karin Littau
Publisher: Polity
ISBN: 0745616593
Pages: 194
Year: 2006-12-04
Why do literary theorists see reading as an act of dispassionatetextual analysis and meaning production, when historical evidenceshows that readers have often read excessively, obsessively, andfor sensory stimulation? Posing these and other questions, this isthe first major work to bring insights from book history to bear onliterary history and theory. In so doing, the book charts acompelling and innovative history of theories of reading. While literary theorists have greatly contributed to ourunderstanding of the text-reader relation, they have rarely takeninto account that the relation between a book and a reader is alsoa relation between two bodies: one made of paper and ink, the otherflesh and blood. This is why, Karin Littau argues, we need to lookbeyond the words on the page, and pay attention to the technicalinnovations in the physical format of the book. Only then is itpossible to understand more fully how media technology has changedour experience of reading, and why media history presents achallenge to our conceptions of what reading is. Each chapter places the reader in specific disciplinary andhistorical contexts: literature, criticism, philosophy, culturalhistory, bibliography, film, new media. Overall, the historyrecounted in this book points to a split between modern literarystudy which regards reading as a reducibly mental activity, and atradition reaching back to antiquity which assumed that reading wasnot only about sense-making but also about sensation. Theories of Reading: Books, Bodies and Bibliomania will beessential reading for all students and scholars of literary theoryand history as well as of great interest to students of the historyof the book and new media.
The Content Machine

The Content Machine

Author: Michael Bhaskar
Publisher: Anthem Press
ISBN: 0857281216
Pages: 200
Year: 2013-10
This ground-breaking study, the first of its kind, outlines a theory of publishing that allows publishing houses to focus on their core competencies in times of crisis. Tracing the history of publishing from the press works of fifteenth-century Germany to twenty-first-century Silicon Valley, via Venice, Beijing, Paris and London, and fusing media theory and business experience, ‘The Content Machine’ offers a new understanding of content, publishing and technology, and defiantly answers those who contend that publishing has no future in a digital age.
YouTube

YouTube

Author: Jean Burgess, Joshua Green
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0745675352
Pages: 184
Year: 2013-04-16

The Happy City

The Happy City

Author: Elvira Navarro
Publisher: Hispabooks
ISBN: 8494094890
Pages: 189
Year: 2013
Two nouvelles form this award-winning book by a writer featured in Granta's 2010 issue "The Best of Young Spanish-language Novelists."
The Changing Information Environment

The Changing Information Environment

Author: John McHale
Publisher:
ISBN:
Pages: 117
Year: 1976-01-01

Look, Listen, Read

Look, Listen, Read

Author: Claude Lévi-Strauss
Publisher: Basic Books (AZ)
ISBN:
Pages: 202
Year: 1997
Examines how timeless works of art, including the visual, musical, and literary arts, touch the essential humanity in all persons that transcends nationality, and converge cultural differences into universal principles, and redfines the role art plays inthe human mind
This Too Shall Pass

This Too Shall Pass

Author: Milena Busquets
Publisher: Hogarth
ISBN: 1101903716
Pages: 176
Year: 2016-05-24
An irresistible, vivid, and wise story of one woman's reckoning with loss and love Blanca is forty years old and motherless. Shaken by the unexpected death of the most important person in her life, she suddenly realizes that she has no idea what her future will look like. To ease her dizzying grief and confusion, Blanca turns to her dearest friends, her closest family, and a change of scenery. Leaving Barcelona behind, she returns to Cadaqués, on the coast, accompanied by her two sons, two ex-husbands, and two best friends, and makes a plan to meet her married lover for a few stolen moments as well. Surrounded by those she loves most, she spends the summer in an impossibly beautiful place, finding ways to reconnect and understand what it means to truly, happily live on her own terms, just as her mother would have wanted. A refreshingly frank and ruefully funny portrait of a grieving daughter, THIS TOO SHALL PASS explores how our deepest relationships are changed by tragedy, with bonds often becoming stronger in ways we never expected.
Postdigital Aesthetics

Postdigital Aesthetics

Author: D. Berry, M. Dieter
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1137437200
Pages: 320
Year: 2015-05-26
Postdigital Aesthetics is a contribution to questions raised by our newly computational everyday lives and the aesthetics which reflect both the postdigital nature of this age, but also critical perspectives of a post-internet world.
Cultural Citizenship

Cultural Citizenship

Author: Toby Miller
Publisher: Temple University Press
ISBN: 1592135625
Pages: 236
Year: 2007
A lively, incisive view of what citizenship means today.