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Counter-Selfies and the Real Subsumption of Society
VISUAL CULTURE APPROACHES TO THE SELFIE, pp. 20–39.
By: G. Bollmer
Embodied parallelism and immersion in virtual reality gaming
Bollmer, G., & Suddarth, A. (2022, February 23). CONVERGENCE-THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF RESEARCH INTO NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGIES.
By: G. Bollmer & A. Suddarth n
2020 journal article
PARALLAX, 26(1), 1–8.
By: Y. Soncul & G. Bollmer
Materialist Media Theory
2018 journal article
'Do You Really Want to Live Forever?': Animism, Death, and the Trouble of Digital Images
CULTURAL STUDIES REVIEW, 24(2), 79–96.
By: G. Bollmer & K. Guinness
The knowledge we have lost in information: The history of information in modern economics
[Review of ]. Journal of Cultural Economy, 11(2), 169–172.
Theorizing Digital Cultures
2017 journal article
Media International Australia, 165(1), 63–76.
[Review of ]. Communication Research and Practice, 3(4), 386–388.
2016 journal article
Infrastructural temporalities: Facebook and the differential time of data management
Continuum, 30(1), 20–31.
2014 journal article
Pathologies of Affect
Cultural Studies, 28(2), 298–326.
2013 journal article
Millions Now Living Will Never Die: Cultural Anxieties About the Afterlife of Information
The Information Society, 29(3), 142–151.
2010 journal article
Book Review Essay: Not Understanding the Network? A Review of Four Contemporary Works
The Communication Review, 13(3), 243–260.
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