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Interactive Media: Home

Introduction

This guide introduces resources useful for research in the field of interactive media. Because of the interdisciplinary nature of this research, you may consider consulting additional research guides, listed below.

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Research Questions

Research questions:

How does technology affect our understanding of society?

How does culture affect the shape of technology?

What new avenues for understanding and expressing humanity does technology offer?

How is our individual self affected by our relationships with communication technologies?

What was, is, and will be the role of media in society?

What are contemporary (concurrent) developments that lead to technological innovation as well as prevalent attitudes towards technology?

What constitutes an intelligent, human-centered technological design?

How can digital media enable new/different modes of understanding?

What is the role of technology in our interpretation of the past, appreciation of the present, and imagination of the future?

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