Email and the Everyday: Stories of Disclosure, Trust, and Digital Labor (Hardcover)
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An exploration of how email is experienced, understood, and materially structured as a practice spanning our everyday domestic and work lives.
Despite its many obituaries, email is not dead. As a global mode of business and personal communication, email outstrips newer technologies of online interaction; it is deeply embedded in our everyday lives. And yet--perhaps because the ubiquity of email has obscured its study--this is the first scholarly book devoted to email as a key historical, social, and commercial site of digital communication in our everyday lives. In Email and the Everyday, Esther Milne examines how email is experienced, understood, and materially structured as a practice spanning the domestic and institutional spaces of daily life.
About the Author
Esther Milne is Associate Professor of Media and Communications in the Faculty of Health, Arts and Design at Swinburne University of Technology in Melbourne, Australia.