1. Wessels, B. (2010): Understanding the Internet: a socio-cultural perspective. Palgrave



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Core reading:

1. Wessels, B. (2010): Understanding the Internet: a socio-cultural perspective. Palgrave.

2. Castells, M. (2001): The Internet Galaxy: reflections on the Internet, business and society, Oxford University Press.

3. Hall, W. (2013) ‘The History of the Web Part I: The First 20 Years’. Lecture at the Royal Society. Available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fnt4U2zBaWw

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Further reading:



· Goggin, G. and McLelland, M. (eds.) (2017) Routledge Companion to Internet Histories. Routledge.

· Lupton, D. (2015): Digital Sociology. Routledge.

*· MacKenzie, D. and Wajcman, J. (1999) The Social Shaping of Technology. Open University Press.

· Orton-Johnson, K and Prior, N. (2013) Digital Sociology: Critical Perspectives Palgrave MacMillan.

· Abrams, P. (1982). Historical Sociology. Cornell University Press.

· Betancourt, M. (2016) The Critique of Digital Capitalism: An Analysis of the Political Economy of Digital Culture and Technology. Brooklyn, NY: Punctum Books.

· Burrows, R. (2019), On Neoreaction, The Sociological Review Blog. Available at: https://www.thesociologicalreview.com/on-neoreaction/

· Castells, M. (1996): The Rise of the Network Society. The Information Age, Economy, Society and Culture, Vol 1, Oxford, Blackwell

· Fuchs, C (2019). Propaganda 2.0: Herman and Chomsky’s Propaganda Model in the Age of the Internet, Big Data and Social Media. in: Pedro-Carañana, J., Broudy, D. and Klaehn, J. (ed.) The Propaganda Model Today: Filtering Perception and Awareness, London University of Westminster Press: 71-91.

· Gillespie, T., (2010). The Politics of “platforms”. New Media & Society, 12 (3): 347–364.

· * Goggin, G. and McLelland, M. (eds.) (2017) Routledge Companion to Internet Histories. Routledge, Abingdon, Oxon

· Lovink, G (2008) Zero Comments: Blogging and Critical Internet Culture, Routledge.

· Lupton, D. (2015): Digital Sociology Routledge.

· Mansell, R. (ed) (2009) The Information Society, Critical Studies in Sociology, Routledge.

· *Miller, D and Slater, D. (2001) The Internet: An Ethnographic Approach Berg.

· Mosco, V. (2017) Becoming Digital: towards a post-internet society. Bingley: Emerald publishing.

· Nissenbaum, H. (2009). Privacy in context: Technology, policy, and the integrity of social life. Stanford, CA: Stanford Law Books.

· Panayiota T (2014), Internet Studies: Past, Present and Future Directions. Farnham: Ashgate.

· *van Dijck, J. (2013). The Culture of Connectivity, A Critical History of Social Media, Oxford University Press.

· van Dijck, J., Poell, T., and de Waal, M. (2018). The platform society: Public values in a connective world. Oxford: Oxford University Press



· Webster, F. (ed.) (2004) The Information Society Reader, Routledge.

· Wessels, B. (2007) Inside the Digital Revolution: Policing and Changing Communication with the Public. Ashgate: Farnham
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