By Means of Which: Media, Technology, Organisation

Publikation: Beiträge in SammelwerkenAufsätze in SammelwerkenForschung

Standard

By Means of Which : Media, Technology, Organisation. / Beyes, Timon; Holt, Robin; Pias, Claus.

The Oxford Handbook of Media, Technology, and Organization Studies. Hrsg. / Timon Beyes; Claus Pias; Robin Holt. Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019. S. 498-514.

Publikation: Beiträge in SammelwerkenAufsätze in SammelwerkenForschung

Harvard

Beyes, T, Holt, R & Pias, C 2019, By Means of Which: Media, Technology, Organisation. in T Beyes, C Pias & R Holt (Hrsg.), The Oxford Handbook of Media, Technology, and Organization Studies. Oxford University Press, Oxford, S. 498-514. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198809913.013.44

APA

Beyes, T., Holt, R., & Pias, C. (2019). By Means of Which: Media, Technology, Organisation. in T. Beyes, C. Pias, & R. Holt (Hrsg.), The Oxford Handbook of Media, Technology, and Organization Studies (S. 498-514). Oxford University Press. https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198809913.013.44

Vancouver

Beyes T, Holt R, Pias C. By Means of Which: Media, Technology, Organisation. in Beyes T, Pias C, Holt R, Hrsg., The Oxford Handbook of Media, Technology, and Organization Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2019. S. 498-514 https://doi.org/10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198809913.013.44

Bibtex

@inbook{933d6bb422804dbf8f8709784ae2ddfa,
title = "By Means of Which: Media, Technology, Organisation",
abstract = "This chapter traces and interrogates media, technology, and organization in their foundational relations, their forms, and their constraining and loosening effects and affects. The folding of humans and technology works both ways: human bodies can, too, be apprehended prosthetically as extensions of technologies. The notion of media then applies to any object that conditions the structure of a certain situation and the specific possibilities of perceiving, acting, and thinking in it. If we begin with this understanding of technology and media as fundamental, conditional, and infrastructural, then how organization takes place is predicated upon such apparatuses. The task is then not one of finding better uses of desks, smartphones, presentation software, or high heels, for all of these have modes of subjectification scripted into them. Rather, it is remaining alive to the hesitations already provided: the glitches, accidents, misuses, and alternative projections, and to wander and wonder with them.",
keywords = "Digital media, Media and communication studies",
author = "Timon Beyes and Robin Holt and Claus Pias",
year = "2019",
month = dec,
day = "12",
doi = "10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198809913.013.44",
language = "English",
isbn = "978–0–19–880991–3",
pages = "498--514",
editor = "Timon Beyes and Claus Pias and Robin Holt",
booktitle = "The Oxford Handbook of Media, Technology, and Organization Studies",
publisher = "Oxford University Press",
address = "United Kingdom",

}

RIS

TY - CHAP

T1 - By Means of Which

T2 - Media, Technology, Organisation

AU - Beyes, Timon

AU - Holt, Robin

AU - Pias, Claus

PY - 2019/12/12

Y1 - 2019/12/12

N2 - This chapter traces and interrogates media, technology, and organization in their foundational relations, their forms, and their constraining and loosening effects and affects. The folding of humans and technology works both ways: human bodies can, too, be apprehended prosthetically as extensions of technologies. The notion of media then applies to any object that conditions the structure of a certain situation and the specific possibilities of perceiving, acting, and thinking in it. If we begin with this understanding of technology and media as fundamental, conditional, and infrastructural, then how organization takes place is predicated upon such apparatuses. The task is then not one of finding better uses of desks, smartphones, presentation software, or high heels, for all of these have modes of subjectification scripted into them. Rather, it is remaining alive to the hesitations already provided: the glitches, accidents, misuses, and alternative projections, and to wander and wonder with them.

AB - This chapter traces and interrogates media, technology, and organization in their foundational relations, their forms, and their constraining and loosening effects and affects. The folding of humans and technology works both ways: human bodies can, too, be apprehended prosthetically as extensions of technologies. The notion of media then applies to any object that conditions the structure of a certain situation and the specific possibilities of perceiving, acting, and thinking in it. If we begin with this understanding of technology and media as fundamental, conditional, and infrastructural, then how organization takes place is predicated upon such apparatuses. The task is then not one of finding better uses of desks, smartphones, presentation software, or high heels, for all of these have modes of subjectification scripted into them. Rather, it is remaining alive to the hesitations already provided: the glitches, accidents, misuses, and alternative projections, and to wander and wonder with them.

KW - Digital media

KW - Media and communication studies

UR - https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-oxford-handbook-of-media-technology-and-organization-studies-9780198809913?facet_narrowbypubdate_facet=This%20Month&lang=en&cc=gb#

U2 - 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198809913.013.44

DO - 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780198809913.013.44

M3 - Contributions to collected editions/anthologies

SN - 978–0–19–880991–3

SP - 498

EP - 514

BT - The Oxford Handbook of Media, Technology, and Organization Studies

A2 - Beyes, Timon

A2 - Pias, Claus

A2 - Holt, Robin

PB - Oxford University Press

CY - Oxford

ER -

DOI