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"Convergence Culture"- Explained

American media scholar Henry Jenkins released a book in 2006 titled, “Convergence Culture.” Throughout which he explains the importance of technology literacy-or having a “working knowledge” of the technologies that surround us. 295 more words


Convergence Culture

Convergence culture is a topic introduced by Henry Jenkins in his work titled “Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide”. Convergence allows society to interact with one another and share ideas. 303 more words

The Convergence Of Technology

In his “The Black Box Fallacy” section, Jenkins distinguished two concepts:

Delivery technologies: the tools we use to access media content (13).

Media: the medium to carrying the content and the “protocols” or “social and cultural practices” associated with the media content (14). 383 more words

In his 2006 book Convergence Culture: Where Old and New Media Collide, Henry Jenkins wanted to explain how the collision of old and new media will affect the world as we know it going forward. 756 more words

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