, digital media have extended their reach into the mundane heart of everyday life, most visibly with cell phones?gadgets now vi tal to conduct business affairs in remote ar eas of the world, as well as in bustling global cities
m. Here I survey and divide this growing ethnographic corpus on digital media into three broad but overlap ping categories. The first category explo
relationship between digital media and
This work examines how cultural identities, representations, and imaginaries, such as those hinged to youth, diaspora, nation, and indi geneity, are remade, subverted, communicated, and circulated through individual and collec tive engagement with digital technolo
lived experiences of digital media
as. Digital technologies are thus central to diasporic groups in part because, as Bernal (2005) argues in her work on Eritrea, diaspora and information technologies stand in a "homologous" relationship to each other be cause "in both cyberspace and the spaces of dias pora ... location is ambiguous, and to be made socially meaningful, it must be actively con structe
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