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A new Issue of Information and Culture is now Available: Read the Latest Research and Book Reviews!

Impacts of Technology Adoption on Various Users in a Digital Era

University of Texas at Austin, School of Information

Information & Culture August 2023 issue includes articles and book reviews relevant to information scholars. Check out their current and previous issues to learn more.

Research Articles

Taxonomizing Information Practices in a Large Conspiracy Movement: Using Early QAnon as a Case Study | James A. Hodges

Algorithmic Divination: From Prediction to Preemption of the Future | Christophe Lazaro

The Information Theory of Translation | Qiang Pi

Big Nihilism: Generation Z, Surveillance Capitalism, and the Emerging Digital Technocracy | Garry Robson

Book Reviews

Media and the Affective Life of Slavery by Allison Page | Nicole A. Cooke

Rise of the Far Right: Technologies of Recruitment and Mobilization edited by Melody Devries, Judith Bessant, and Rob Watts | Tomás Dodds

Circulation and Control: Artistic Culture and Intellectual Property in the Nineteenth Century edited by Marie-Stéphanie Delamaire and Will Slauter | Priti Joshi

Reading, Wanting, and Broken Economics: A Twenty-First-Century Study of Readers and Bookshops in Southampton around 1900 by Simon R. Frost | Anna Lanfranchi

Climatic Media: Transpacific Experiments in Atmospheric Control by Yuriko Furuhata | Weixian Pan

Digital Black Feminism by Catherine Knight Steele | Rachel Pierce

When the Medium Was the Mission: The Atlantic Telegraph and the Religious Origins of Network Culture by Jenna Supp-Montgomerie | David Reagles

About the journal: Information & Culture is an academic journal publishing scholarly work related to the social and cultural context of information in our world. While the journal has undergone name changes and grown in scope in recent years, it has a published continuously for more than 50 years. Established in 1966 as The Journal of Library History, the original incarnation of this academic journal was edited and published at Florida State University until 1976. At that time, the journal's editorship moved to The University of Texas at Austin. In 1988, the title was changed to Libraries & Culture, and changed again to Libraries & the Cultural Record in 2006. In 2012 the journal assumed its present title, Information & Culture.

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