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Our 7th and 8th CATS sessions were entitled “Introduction to Critical Perspectives. First of all, we considered how exactly a critical perspective can be formed. To do this within the realms of technology, we must ask the following questions: How … Continue reading
As part of the Session 6 lecture (which you can find here), we were tasked with watching two “TED Talks”. The second and last of these talks that I watched was “Connected, but alone?” by Sherry Turkle. In this talk, … Continue reading
As part of the Session 6 lecture (which you can find here), we were tasked with watching two “TED Talks”. The first of these talks that I watched was “Gaming can make a better world” by Jane McGonigal. McGonigal is … Continue reading
Our 6th CATS session was the conclusion of our three part series of lectures on “Contextualising Digital Culture”. The final lecture of the series dealt with “Futures”. I was unable to be at this specific lecture due to the lecture … Continue reading
Our 5th CATS session was a continuation on the “Contextualising Digital Culture” series. The 2nd part of this series dealt with Postmodernism & New Media. First of all, we jumped straight in to the definition of Postmodernism. The term “Postmodernism” … Continue reading
Before we started session 5 of our CATS module, my tutor had a few extra bits and pieces to cover from the previous session (which you can find here). I will detail these extras here. The session 5 post will … Continue reading
Our 4th CATS session was based around Contextualising Digital Culture. This was introduced as the first part of a multi-part series of lectures. The first part has a very large focus on modernity/modernism. The first part of the lecture explored … Continue reading