Mobile Communications

Re-negotiation of the Social Sphere

ISBN: 978-1-85233-931-9 (Print) 978-1-84628-248-5 (Online)

Table of contents (28 chapters)

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  1. The Dimensions of Mobile Communication

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      Introduction

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      Pages 7-22

      Research Questions for the Evolving Communications Landscape

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      Pages 23-43

      Mobile Back to Front: Uncertainty and Danger in the Theory—Technology Relation

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      Pages 45-61

      Wi-Fi Networks and the Reorganization of Wireline—Wireless Relationship

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      Pages 63-81

      Mobile Phones as Fashion Statements: The Co-creation of Mobile Communication’s Public Meaning

  2. The Public and Private Spaces

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      Pages 85-91

      Introduction

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      Pages 93-111

      Behavioral Changes at the Mobile Workplace: A Symbolic Interactionistic Approach

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      Pages 113-129

      Being Mobile with the Mobile: Cellular Telephony and Renegotiations of Public Transport as Public Sphere

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      Pages 131-148

      Mobile Phones, Japanese Youth, and the Re-placement of Social Contact

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      Pages 149-166

      Phone Talk

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      Pages 167-185

      Mobile Camera Phones: A New Form of “Being Together” in Daily Interpersonal Communication

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      Pages 187-202

      Tell Me About Your Mobile and I’ll Tell You Who You Are: Israelis Talk About Themselves

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      Pages 203-218

      Mobile Telephone and the Presentation of Self

  3. The Psychological Dimensions of Mobile Communication

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      Pages 221-224

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      Pages 225-236

      “Surprisingly, Nobody Tried to Caution Her”: Perceptions of Intentionality and the Role of Social Responsibility in the Public Use of Mobile Phones

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      Pages 237-252

      Changing Learning and Teaching Cultures?

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      Pages 253-272

      Mobile Phone Addiction

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      Pages 273-284

      Does Personality Affect Peoples’ Attitude Towards Mobile Phone Use in Public Places?

  4. Language and Mobile Communication

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      Pages 287-291

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      Pages 293-311

      Tethered or Mobile? Use of Away Messages in Instant Messaging by American College Students

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