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A Connected Room of One's Own: (Cyber)space and (self)management on the self

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189 pages2 hours

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A Connected Room of One's Own is an insightful essay about intimacy, about the spaces of privacy and the Internet; a book which sets out to ponder the challenges new online habits and customs pose to creativity, politics, and the management of our personal identities. It brings a broad range of disciplines to the discussion -from anthropology and sociology to philosophy and politics- certain to be of interest to researchers working in the fields of online culture, feminism and identity/cultural studies.

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