About this book
The following anthology delivers sound analysis to the theoretical classification of the current societal phenomenon - between innovative, world changing and yet disruptive technology, as well as societal and cultural transformation.
Lifelogging, digital self-tracking and the real-time chronicling of man’s lifetime, is not only a relevant societal topic in the world of research and academic science these days, but can also be found in literature, cultural pages of the written press and the theatre. The spectrum of Lifelogging ranges from sleep, mood, sex and work logging to Thing and Deathlogging. This leads to several questions: How does one live in a data society? Is “measured” man automatically also “better” man? And if so, what is the cost? Do new categories of reality or principles of social classification develop as a result of Lifelogging? How does the “social view” on things change? The authors in this anthology provide insightful answers to these pressing questions.
Classification and fundamentals • Fields of application and case studies • Quantified forms of knowledge and societal consequences
Cultural and social scientists • Media scientists • Journalists
Dr. Stefan Selke is a professor for the field of studies “societal transformation” at the Furtwangen University (HFU), vice dean of the faculty for “Health, Safety, Society” as well as research professor for “Transformation Processes in Society”.
Editors and affiliations
- Book Title Lifelogging
- Book Subtitle Digital self-tracking and Lifelogging - between disruptive technology and cultural transformation
- DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-658-13137-1
- Copyright Information Springer Fachmedien Wiesbaden 2016
- Publisher Name Springer VS, Wiesbaden
- eBook Packages Social Sciences Social Sciences (R0)
- Softcover ISBN 978-3-658-13136-4
- eBook ISBN 978-3-658-13137-1
- Edition Number 1
- Number of Pages VII, 376
- Number of Illustrations 14 b/w illustrations, 0 illustrations in colour
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